I like to just have fun and be silly and say pretty much whatever comes into my mind, do pretty much whatever I want.
From the time we're born until we die, we're kept busy with artificial stuff that isn't important.
We have the Terminator as governor, and we had an actor as president, so why shouldn't we have a fashion designer as a senator?
Just look at the Paris Hilton phenomenon and the way every other teenager looks like a prostitute.
We're still trading on that whole flash thing, and for me the Paris Hilton thing is almost an evolution too far of that.
The U.S. used to be perceived as the moral leader of the world, and we have absolutely lost that.
Both film and fashion are businesses where the audience doesn't feel or see the work that goes on behind the scenes.
If you live in a small town, or a place where everyone is more or less the same, it's easy to dislike anyone you don't know.
The U.S. used to be seen as the land where you could find freedom, and create a new life for yourself, whatever your background.
Over the last twenty or thirty years, which in the scheme of things is fast, we've become comfortable as a society with homosexuality.
Everyday is one less day.
There aren't many strong or charismatic candidates today, because many people can't withstand the scrutiny.
Once upon a time we did not focus on a president's private life.
Students in the '60s were responsible for great changes, politically and socially.
If my parents had discouraged me, I would have turned out very differently. They raised me in an open-minded, liberal environment.