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Jenn says there are always agreements in relationships – some spoken and some unspoken. Farrah warns, "I'm probably gonna cry." HAHA, probably not. She whispers nonsense while trying to push fake tears through her tarantula lashes.
Jenn opts to talk to Ghostface Killah and Kelsey Nykole first. He wants nothing to do with therapy and very little to do with Kelsey. Ghost says he didn't know feelings would "get in there that fast" and now he feels "mad funny". "I can tell when somebody thinks I'm a bitch and excluding me from things," she adds. For two, to talk about how she isn't getting along with anyone in the house.
Jenn thinks all of their fights trace back to jealousy. Jon says his marriage to Kate was cold and business-like, so yeah, he wants to hug and stuff. I'd much rather explore Sada and Whitney's relationship. Who are all of these women who want to sleep with Jon Gosselin? From Taylor Armstrong and John Bluher, we learn that Taylor likes to chat with her fans and John gets jealous. Farrah doesn't have a fake boyfriend or a porn star handy so she talks about her sex tape instead of trust and fidelity. Farrah insists, "I don't know if I ever said camera person, but I'm saying there was never a camera person." So Whitney calls Farrah out for contradicting herself.
Everyone judged me and that’s fine—I put myself in that situation and I understand it. I didn’t think the community could be so judgmental. We fought and we struggled; we couldn’t make it work. We both grappled with the decision to divorce, but he’s been supportive of me. I’m not the first or the only woman who slept with a man but still identified as gay. “The Real L Word” was supposed to be a place where we could tell our real stories. The show portrayed it as if I got married on the same day as Whitney. Now I’m just stepping away and getting back to being me. It’s funny, nobody had any opinions when some cast members were fucking each other over, or sleeping with multiple women. 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". It has been a wild year for Romi Klinger, who ended her run on the The Real L Word with a controversial wedding to a guy. Now she is clearing up misconceptions-talking about her real life and and revealing where she really lands on the sexuality scale. Let’s just say that some people are “made.” They’re made into what they’re supposed to be, if that makes sense. 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.