Lesbian Amber Heard @ GLAAD 25th Anniversary Celebration
These were snapped this past Friday at The Harmony Gold Theater in Los Angeles.
When you want someone with the perfect mix of talent, sexiness & straight up hotness, Amber Heard is always one of the first to come mind. That’s why I’m kinda shocked that this woman doesn’t star in more blockbusters. For instance, why wasn’t she the hottie replacement in “Transformers” when Megan Fox bounced out? Do Amber’s services really cost that much?! And, by services I mean acting, you kinky bastards!
Amber & her girlfriend Tasya van Ree at the GLAAD 25th Anniversary event.
Amber’s next big release is “Drive Angry,” starring Nicolas Cage. The premise is pretty interesting: “Milton (Nicolas Cage) has broken out of hell to prevent the cult that murdered his daughter from sacrificing her baby.” Sounds like another shitty Nick Cage flick, but I hope he proves me wrong. The film hits theaters on February 25, 2011. (Source)
And, here’s more about Amber’s big coming out of the closet party @ GLAAD’s 25th bash:
After Ellen: The media is obsessed with labels and labeling people. As an out actress, is that something that you’re concerned about or is it something you’re moving past because of GLAAD?
Amber Heard: It’s hard. I think GLAAD is one of the many reasons that I, as a 24-year-old, can come out. I think that organizations like GLAAD make that possible because if it weren’t for opinions being changed, people being influenced, people being engaged to do the right thing, then there would be no prerogative for anyone to come out. Like I said, I can’t be a part of the problem. I hate the idea of a label just as much as anyone else but I’m with who I’m with, I love who I love and I’m if not a better actress than I was yesterday and my personal life should have no effect on that. I think that the injustice of people staying in the closet is more than I can bear with a clear conscience and I couldn’t sleep at night if I was a part of that problem, if I was part of the lies.
I personally think that if you deny something or if you hide something you’re inadvertently admitting it’s wrong. I don’t feel like I’m wrong. I don’t feel like millions of people are wrong because they love who they love or they were born how they were born. [Read more…]