Growing up queer is hard, but supportive parents can make coming out and living your truth that much easier. This Hollywood legend is a huge ally to her gay son, Sam Greisman, and his wing lady: During the Winter Games, she tried to set him up with out Olympian Adam Rippon. The 50 Shades of Grey star is a champion for Hudson, her year-old gay son. Bening and husband Warren Beatty are supportive of their transgender son, Stephen Ira. I always knew they would be accepting.
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Each of the women used the same anonymous sperm donor to become pregnant. Their children are now teenagers. At the beginning of the film, after the daughter, Joni, reaches the legal age at which she's allowed to learn the identity of her genetic father, she and her brother track down the sperm donor, who is played by Mark Ruffalo. After they meet him, each member of the family is changed by him in ways they could never have predicted. Our film critic, David Edelstein, described the film as a situation comedy, a superb one, that shakes up our way of looking at the family. Let's start with a scene.
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Now married with a 4-year-old child, Sheedy left Los Angeles behind after a succession of forgettable roles following St. Only recently, it seems, has Sheedy found the kind of role she wanted, in the independent film High Art, a sexually charged exploration of the bonds that form around art and addiction. When Sheedy first read the script, written by the relatively unknown Lisa Cholodenko, she identified so completely with the character that she flew across the country, at her own expense, for her reading. Unsettlingly thin, Sheedy established herself as a viable contender merely because she so vividly looked the part. She was burning out from the whirlwind that was around her just because of something she could do — photography.