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Alanis Morissette has admitted she was raped and abused as a teenager. The Canadian-born singer-songwriter and actress has written an autobiography in which she makes the revelations. The abuse was also the reason for her angst-filled songs on international debut album, Jagged Little Pill.
Morrissette will appear in three episodes as the lover of Dr. Liz Cruz, whose played by Roma Maffia. She was, after all, a big star during the 90s and all feminist and the such.
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Post a Comment. Tuesday, September 26, Jagged Little Lesbian. I don't know about you, but I think Alanis Morissette looks less than thrilled that she is being woman-handed by Roma Maffia in this shot.
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I went through my experimental stage in my 20s where I was loving women up. Tell us about the new man in your life. Everything is slower and much gentler.
In the Nineties, her now iconic debut album Jagged Little Pill was a novelty — the narrative: angry woman takes on misbehaving men. But two decades on and the impact of the pop-rock modern-day philosopher is becoming clear for all to see. Indeed, Alanis empowered a young generation of women and some men like me to be self-aware, to speak out and to accept that change is possible through healing. That change has helped result in a string of recent movements, which are having a huge impact in the western world.
She is a control freak. TV Guide: This role is a departure for you, isn't it? Alanis Morissette: This is definitely against type.