You know what this is like? Really just like high school, but instead of French homework, it’s my dick.

Why is “are women funny” still a question?

"I am the daughter of two parents that were deported from this country, I’m not ashamed of it. It’s a problem here in America and it happened to me." Guerrero’s family, including her older brother, was deported when she was 14. “I was the only one left because I was born in Jersey,” she says. “My entire family was just ripped apart.” Guerrero was taken in by two Colombian families that she was close with, but her circumstances left the aspiring actress growing up with feelings of insecurity and hopelessness. "I didn’t think anything was going to happen for me," she says. "I had dreams, but always told myself, ‘Nah, that would never happen.’ For a poor Latina, acting wasn’t a reality."


Daniel Radcliffe and Zoe Kazan attend the New York Film Critics Series Screening Of ‘What If’ at AMC Empire 25 theater in New York City (July 8, 2014)

Daniel Radcliffe and Zoe Kazan attend the New York Film Critics Series Screening Of ‘What If’ at AMC Empire 25 theater in New York City (July 8, 2014)

"I’m so embarrassed. I’m not a real person yet."

…With her slouchy posture and raspy voice, she gives off an almost indie-rock toughness, appearing less like an actress who sings and more like a musician who acts. "The thing that’s funny about our society is that people love compartmentalising," says Deschanel. Love. It. You almost get mocked for wanting to do more than one thing.”

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