Are you a man?Well, that’s a—question. And you are not the first person to ask it. I was in Paris, once, dressed extremely well, I thought, in silk and ribbons, ringlets in my hair, very gay. Very ladylike. And even then, someone mistook me for a— Mmm.
Sophie Rundle to YOU Magazine.“ ‘It meant that we felt so much more empowered than we would normally, and that was important because we also wanted to tell these women’s story in a way that represented them and wasn’t simply for titillation. In the end, Gentleman Jack was simply a love story we can all relate to. I’ve never had a breakdown like Ann [Walker], but I’ve had my heart broken and fancied people I shouldn’t have fancied. Everyone’s been through that.’ ”
Imagine being this beautiful😍💕
Credits: Dan Kennedy“ ‘It’s easy to write Ann Walker off, but she definitely had this little spark of defiance. Sally said to me, “Anne Lister was amazing, but she had the charisma to deal with all the opprobrium, while Ann Walker had none of that. Ann was religious, she was homophobic against herself and racked with guilt, so to do this transgressive thing must have taken so much strength of character and I love her so much for that. I just think, “What a hero.”’
one of my favourite moments from episode 1 has to be Aunt Anne telling Ann and her aunt that their groom was shot out of a tree, and Ann being absolutely shocked saying “hOW” but her aunt is just like “fancy” and sipping her brandy