Amber Tamblyn wrote about a different side of the MeToo movement. Three years ago, actress-turned-writer Amber Tamblyn had the idea to write about a serial rapist. After all, she thought, predatory men, both in literature and in real life, never seem to pay for their bad behavior. The MeToo movement forced the world to have the same kinds of conversations about sexual assault and rape culture that Tamblyn wanted to have in her debut novel, Any Man. But it afflicts all kinds of people, non-binary people, men. It knows no race, it knows no class, it knows no gender.
"Was I Ever a Woman?": A Dialogue with Amber Tamblyn, Author of "Any Man"
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An online debate about relationships between people with age differences snowballed into something much bigger for actress Amber Tamblyn, leading to a new op-ed piece in the New York TImes. Life is full of twists and turns, RealJamesWoods The incident brought back a memory for Tamblyn, now 34 and married to Arrested Development star David Cross. James Woods tried to pick me and my friend up at a restaurant once. He wanted to take us to Vegas.
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In this wide-ranging essay about womanhood, sexuality, and agency, author, poet, and actress Amber Tamblyn has a dialogue with them. In the process, Tamblyn comes to candidly discuss her own bisexuality and feelings of masculinity, while reading Any Man allowed Meredith to probe her fraught relationship to manhood as a trans woman. I lived among men. I knew how men were, how they thought. Did that make me a man?
When I was 21, I went into the office of a producer of the television show I was starring in to discuss a big problem. By this point I had been acting for more than a decade, and the show was very successful and beloved. Still, I was nervous about facing the firing squad of Emmys that sat behind him and saying what I had to say.