Are kiyomi and lauren still dating
So, on one hand it was good because we knew all the shit that was going on—but on the other hand, it caused distrust. Whitney is my soulmate, and I know that we would have ended up together, no matter what.But going into Season 3, we kind of threw in the towel on our own pride and our own fears and we just went for it, relationship-wise, and it really worked out for us. Sada: I think it put a huge strain on our relationship because I didn’t want to be vulnerable on camera, and we couldn’t get to the point where we needed to be to move forward in our relationship. Because of everything that we’ve been through, I think we can go through anything and make it.
Little things, that normally one doesn’t know that the other is doing, are all aired out. So, I think it took us longer to get where we would have eventually.GO: And Lauren and Kiyomi, you two met during Season 3.Do you agree with Sada in that it’s difficult to put yourself out there on camera and really be yourselves, especially when beginning a relationship? Can you live down the more embarrassing on-air fights, thrown drinks and teary breakups, witnessed and recapped by thousands?According to cast members of The Real L Word’s third and final season, the answer is an emphatic yes.I think it made me mature faster, and it made me realize what I wanted and what was important to me at a faster rate.
And, yeah, I would probably still be the same person that I am today, but the show just expedited the process.
I do wish we could have changed the way production showed us to the world. Don’t be embarrassed about it; don’t be ashamed of it.
Those are things that are out of our control; you give your trust over to people you don’t know, and hope that they take what they get from you and turn it into something beautiful and make art from it. Because the more you do that, the more people will focus on it. Maybe, maybe not, but that’s got me to where I am now. Lauren: I also wonder why [the producers] chose to reveal what they did. I regret some of my naivete, but as a whole it was a really positive experience.
Like, Whitney and Sada are going to be on another show—I’m sure they’re a little nervous about it coming out—and I may or may not have done a new show where a lot of crazy shit happened and I’m waiting for that to unfold. That implies that there may be some relationship issues to work out…
Sada: I’ll start off by saying I’m a huge advocate of therapy; our agent contacted us about the show and thought that we’d be a great fit, and it all fell into place.
’ But it turned out that we both were the people that we were on camera!