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Vi husker Sin City for meget andet end Jessica Alba.

11. september 2017

Jaime King. Siger det navn dig noget? Måske ikke, men hvis du har set Sin City, ved du, hvem vi taler om. Det er nemlig hende, der spillede tvillingerne Goldie og Wendy (Goldie var hende, Mickey Rourkes karakter, Marv, forelskede sig i, men som blev myrdet i løbet af den nat, de to tilbragte sammen).

King er i dag blevet 38 år, og skuespilkarrieren er siden Sin City gået ret meget ned ad bakke. Men nu vil hun angiveligt forsøge at kickstarte sin karriere. I hvert fald figurerer hun i et nyt photoshoot og interview for Galore Magazine. Og det er alt andet end forglemmeligt. Se selv billederne herunder, og bedøm selv.

GALORE COVER ESSAY ON THIS IMAGE ✨✨✨ I have a natural tendency to isolate. I’ve always been a loner. When I was a kid, all I wanted to do was read books and go to the library and play with my imaginary friends. My mom said I was never sad and never had any pain until I reached the age where I felt like I had to be accepted by others." That’s when I started getting bullied and not knowing how I’d make it through the day. I was terrified of school. It was even bad outside of school — kids would throw bricks of fireworks through my window onto my bed. They’d go to a party and call me to tease me. Horrors. But I’m grateful that it happened. It taught me the importance of standing up for myself. It taught me I was a misfit, I was different, and I was going to have to find something outside the norm. I had severe postpartum depression. I isolated myself. I was anxious all the time, I felt like I was unlovable. I couldn’t even think straight. I had to live through an entire pregnancy where I didn’t know if my child was going to live or die. I couldn’t even process the trauma because I was too busy trying to keep him and myself alive. The judgment of yourself as a mother is consistent. So I’m really trying to find my identity of who I am as a mom. I’m trying to realize it’s okay to go to lunch for an hour with a girlfriend. If we’re not nurturing our souls and the things we love, it’s easy to get lost and lonely. Vulnerability is our greatest strength. When you’re able to really speak and share from the heart, that’s when you truly connect with other people, which heals everything. None of this outside stuff matters if we’re with the people we love. "Vulnerability is our greatest strength" ✨ @galore cover interview ✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨

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I have a natural tendency to isolate. I’ve always been a loner. When I was a kid, all I wanted to do was read books and go to the library and play with my imaginary friends. My mom said I was never sad and never had any pain until I reached the age where I felt like I had to be accepted by others.That’s when I started getting bullied and not knowing how I’d make it through the day. I was terrified of school. It was even bad outside of school — kids would throw bricks of fireworks through my window onto my bed. They’d go to a party and call me to tease me. Horrors. But I’m grateful that it happened. It taught me the importance of standing up for myself. It taught me I was a misfit, I was different, and I was going to have to find something outside the norm. @jaime_king x GALORE ♀️💖 #misfit #depression #stopbullying #bully #sucide #love #help #teens #loner #shy #norm #selflove

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"I was called James at the start of my career because my mom called me that as a kid. I’ve always identified more with James than Jaime. I didn’t just want to be a girl or woman and I didn’t want to be a man. There’s no vocabulary for what I identify with. We’re all trying to find the words for such a complex thing. With more people expressing who they are, it’s so much healthier and so much better.That’s what I tell my son, who one minute is wearing princess dresses and the next minute is chasing every chick in the preschool. One day he came home upset because someone said boys can’t wear makeup and it broke his heart. He didn’t understand why. Why can’t our children do whatever they want? I don’t want to tell my children “you’re this” or “you’re that.” @jaime_king ⚡♂️♀️

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