Kate Moennig in The New York Times
A Show Needs a Tomboy? She Can Look the Part:
"I don't think I look like a boy, but I don't think androgyny is such a bad thing," Ms. Moennig said. That is perhaps the best attitude to take after being typecast by label-conscious Hollywood as a classic androgynous type.
"Let's call a spade a spade: when people look at me, they say, 'Oh, she's the androgynous one.' " she added. "I'll tell you what type of character I would never be offered out there," she said, referring to Los Angeles, where she lives with a pair of dogs who transfer along with her to Vancouver for the four-month shooting season of "The L Word." "The femme fatale. Or the white-trash heterosexual hillbilly." Not even a kinky one.
To be honest, the interview isn't that great, but I was still excited to see her in the Times.