Women don't realize how powerful they are.
Yet I've discovered that how I look is not a function of anything as ephemeral as my hair.
You have to find the peace and patience within yourself to be a model and an example to others and not judge.
You know, gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender - people are people.
You really have to listen to yourself and know if what someone is saying is true for you.
Bigotry or prejudice in any form is more than a problem; it is a deep-seated evil within our society.
But celebrity really doesn't mean anything unless you use it for finding some way to give back and I've always felt that way.
Exactly Straight women who surround themselves only with gay men or white people who refuse any other race into their circles are unhealthy and it has more to do with one's individual fear and individual closets.
I couldn't care less if someone is gay or straight.
I found that the body, mind and spirit are all connected. They are not separate pieces.
I know what it feels like to be an outsider.
I learned so much from Tony Danza I learned so much about myself.
I love being able to make people laugh.
I loved my role on Who's the Boss? There is always some of me in every character that I play.
I wish we lived in a society that made it safe and provided the courage for everyone to come out.
It frustrates me about myself when I see I'm not taking the road that demands more of me.
It makes me so angry - there's enough food in the world but people are starving. It's all political.
My weight went up and down like a yo-yo.
Somewhere we turn ourselves into victims instead of being the powerful women we really are meant to be.
The gay community just recognizes what their closets are and we straight have to spend years trying to figure out which closet we are trapped in.
The message of transformation and how we all can live from our heart, not just from our head, was a very important message for me to learn in my own life.