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I don't want to feel how I need to feel, whatever the fuck that means.I don't know what I need, besides the overwhelming urge to flee from a populated room and lock myself in a cold, dark room. Not the toss-and-turn-for-four-fucking-hours, pillow-throwing, rage-inducing sleep. Not the kind of sleep that eventually ends with laying in bed until the afternoon, only to "wake up" tired and numb. That which I used to enjoy has become an anxiety-inducing chore, and to engage is to panic. Her birth certificate says Shannon, but her friends used to call her Shay Lo because she loved J. But in the room, Shay just owned the character of Emily. In her teen years, she modeled around the world, including in Bangkok, Hong Kong, and Barcelona. "We had a really hard time finding Emily," showrunner I. "We saw two [actors] on videotape, and I was inclined to go with the other person.
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Even though her relationships were pretty tame (you'd think that a 20-something English teacher dating his 16-year-old student would be considered kinda scandalous, right? "When I first started the show, I always got the question, 'How does it feel to play a lesbian, to kiss another girl, to come out? "Because we were one of the first shows that tackled that, I love the fact that the character that I play had a positive impact on a lot of people. They each have their character's first initial inked on their "shhh" fingers.
), one company dropped its advertising for the show in one of the early seasons as a result. I encountered that time and time again, when fans would say Emily helped them bridge into the [coming out] conversation with friends and family." last year. But Shay told Refinery29, "I didn't want to be a part of this at all!
Emily's sexuality was controversial when the show first aired.
Emily's character is bisexual in the book series and lesbian in the TV series. She almost didn't get matching tattoos with the rest of the Liars.