It makes me feel crazy because you fall in love with who you fall in love with. Mae: I haven't yet really dated a girl, but there have been numerous girls I'm super attracted to and into. Mae: I think the funniest stuff has a bit of truth in there, so I'm not half-assin' it, but I'm a sloth. I was talking to Aubrey Plaza about that the other day, and she was like, "Do you ever just get home and sit in your room and before you know it, it's been three hours? Some people were like "We don't care about doing interpretive dances in the..." and I kind of was like, "Wait, it's not that." We're talking about writing, painting, giving kids a chance to create something that is theirs, to give them something to be proud of, to give them something that actually comes from them, that they own, that they can say "I made this and I'm proud of it and it's mine." That's something that I feel really passionate about. Glamour: If you weren't acting, what would you do? I love talking to people and having them ask questions and getting discussions going about art. Glamour: I'd want to be Tina Turner's backup dancer. Glamour: I saw Oprah do it once and decided I wanted to try. It still mystifies me that it's something that people are struggling with, but I'm proud to be part of a show that would illuminate how it doesn't have to be an issue rather than the fact that it is. I grew up in a family where it never even was presented as something different, so it was just always like, "Yeah." I'm so thankful for that because I feel like it would create a lot of really weird baggage for me because I definitely have times where I'm attracted to girls or I'm attracted to who I'm attracted to and that should be the way that it is. Changing topics a bit, Miles Heizer is not only your friend and costar but your roommate as well. " I was like, "Actually every day."Glamour: What causes are nearest and dearest to you? Mae: I do have an acting coach, Andrew Magarian, who's the best and has been with me since I was three. When it comes to crying, if you don't feel it, you don't feel it. It's exciting to see who else I can be in the morning and try new things. I felt so comfortable because at the end of the day, my main thing is comfort. Mae: There's a great waxing place called Stark. Glamour: Switching gears now, let's talk about friends. Glamour: What's the most important lesson your friends have taught you? I'm an only child, and I think I get very control freaky.I don't read in the script "Amber cries in this part." You go in there and tell the truth, listen, and if something feels real, then I'll start crying. This cast is my real family, so when I see Miles going through something or when I'm talking to Lauren or having a scene with Peter, it doesn't take much to be really present. You're just in a different place, and that's honest too.. I'll dye my hair red and see what makeup looks good with that and dye my hair black and go to Sephora and be like, "What now? I'm all about pretty plain, '90s Gap comfort style, so it was nice only having to spend five minutes on my hair.__Glamour: Has the show ever said, "Make sure you tell us before you cut or dye it? They are so cool about that, and I think they liked it because she was a teenager doing that and now we've all looked back and went, "Jesus, what was I thinking? In this industry, you meet a hundred million people a day that you love and care about and want to hang out with all the time, but I'm also kind of a recluse and a slow mover, so it's really hard to keep in contact with everybody.It's about how you can move through those things.I think when you have that sort of ease and flexibility and a real love for who the other person is—and they have a real love for who you are, flaws included—then you can get through anything.
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