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order cialis without prescription “She says, ‘Make the princess me. Let it be me,’ ” Davis tells PEOPLE in the magazine’s latest issue. “That’s what happens when you’re young. Then something happens where you realize, ‘They don’t see me that way.’ ”
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“I want to be in the story,” says the first-time Emmy nominee. “I think I deserve to be in that story, and I believe my story deserves to be told.”
And now, as embattled law professor Annalise Keating on ABC’s How To Get Away With Murder, the nominee for outstanding lead actress in a drama feels she’s been given a role that’s a “stepping stone in taking people out of their comfort zone” of how they see black women.
“She’s not a cartoon cutout,” she says of the “hypersexual antiheroine” character. “She’s a mess and she’s nothing that someone who looks like me has played before. I think, win or lose [at the Emmys], that’s a step in the right direction.”
Source: People Magazine