The revealing interview took place in character on another level.
Much like Piper, Taylor says she knows what it’s like to feel like she doesn’t quite fit in with society.
“I see the importance of visibility and think that it can be corrosive to be hidden, but I don’t think anybody ‘owes’ anything,” says Brownstein.
There’s a whole world of people who have had that experience. Taylor cleared up any rumors that she had reunited with Brownstein in a recent interview. “I definitely see every possibility of what could go horribly wrong!
It’s an underground secret society of music-room lunch eaters. “I’m not in a relationship, but if I were, I would be quite joyful, no matter who it was,” Schilling said. It takes a lot for me to be into somebody.” While Taylor may be single, that doesn’t mean she’s unhappy and desperately searching for someone to spend time with. But I’ve also developed a certain resiliency; an optimism that matches the pessimism.” Ms.
Taylor says the show has expanded to show that each character has a life outside of the prison and that they’re defined by so much more than their gender identity or sexual orientation. Get into it, bc there is some MAJOR wisdom gets dropped: Emily: What would you say to a high school girl who is having lunch by herself in the choir room?
, Taylor Schilling plays a bisexual woman and prisoner Piper Chapman.The character is often seen as feeling ostracized for her orientation by those around her, and Taylor says she can identify with that feeling of being an outsider in her own life.No one really knows what happened between Carrie and Taylor, but it seems as though things have cooled down, particularly with Schilling making public statements about her enjoyment of single living.The actress also commented that living a public life and pursuing a romance in the public eye can be self-defeating and hazardous to one’s own peace of mind, which is something Brownstein has echoed in her own statements..
Schilling recalls feeling like an outsider, trying to find out just where she fits in.Also important to Schilling is the fact that has become about something more than the diversity of sexual orientation of the show’s prisoners. Have your read our co-founder @thatgirlgreener 's conversation with @tayjschilling in @instylemagazine yet?!????