Evan Rachel Wood Is a ‘Dominant’ Bisexual!

Evan Rachel Wood Is a ‘Dominant’ Bisexual!

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Ok, so this probably isn’t really news to any True Blood fans out there, but Evan Rachel Wood is bisexual.

In her upcoming spread in Esquire, the sultry star steps into a black lace ensemble that is pretty damn fierce. It’s a perfect complement to her being “up for anything:” When asked if she goes out with girls, she answers with a resounding yes, saying that she is indeed a bisexual. Wood is “the dominant one,” opening doors, buying dinner and generally being quite the romantic.

So if any lesbian readers in LA are looking for a butch-top-famous-actress girlfriend, it would seem that Evan Rachel Wood is the most eligible bachelor in town! She split with shock-rocker Marilyn Manson in August, so not only is she available, but you know she’s kinky as well! What more could a girl want, right? : – D

E! News has more dish, and a sneak peek at the smokin’ Esquire spread where she talks of being bisexual:

Watch Nick interview Evan Rachel Wood in her hometown of San Francisco at the 52nd SF International Film Festival, starting at 1:53:

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