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Whitney identifies as a lesbian and has had relationships with both men and women.Whitney notes that her first lesbian experience was with a girl in high school and was actually dating a boy at the time. Romi: There are some people, but I would really rather not say. This is actually the first time in a really long time that I’m living in a house by myself. In my past few relationships, I was the one taking care of the other person. If I’m that bad, then why are all these people still in my life? I’m clearly comfortable being on camera, but over the past few years, I have lost a lot of my privacy. Because they kept that up, there’s a part of themselves that nobody is going to know. First emerging into the entertainment scene in 2010 as the breakout star of Showtimes "The Real L Word", Whitney went on to act in a variety of films and TV shows including Comedy Centrals "Workaholics" and Vh1's "Couples Therapy".
If I met the right person, and it happened to be a guy, I’m in because that’s the right person for me.
But I became very surprised by the amount of criticism and hate that I received. I dated Dusty seven years ago, when I was dealing with the loss of my father. We had a lot of unfinished business that I felt I needed to finish. Romi: Obviously I learned the hard way that being open about who I am is going to be criticized. I understand that people wanted me to be a lesbian, because of the show. In real life, there’s confusion; there’s heartache; there are identity problems. There was never any marriage competition, which is how they characterized it.
Are we gay, are we straight, are we masculine, are we feminine?
Whitney says she's not judging the Teen Mom star for having sex on camera, as she's been there, done that – but she has zero patience for Farrah's "sex tape" lies. And you know they're totally hoping for another Duck and Diva meltdown.
Resist fading to a whisper while making a dreadful face? Jenn tells Farrah that the others speak the truth, "You're getting honest feedback." Farrah finds this weird, "I'm open and honest – but they're calling me a bitch." Exactly – they're not the problem, Farrah. VH1 pumps everyone full of liquor because it's Sada's birthday. Most of Sada's responses come while she's brushing her teeth so I have no idea what she's saying either.