Courtney Love has contributed a story on being blonde to Rolling Stone for their "American Icons" edition. She writes, "So do we love blondes or hate blondes — or both? It's a Young Miss question, but look who you're listening to. I've made millions off people loving me, hating me, hating to love me and loving to hate me — wanting to fuck me and not wanting to tell their friends about me and thinking I'm disgusting. It's been back and forth. Still, I think I get in a lot more trouble because I'm blonde. Being blonde is about purity and virginity and also sexual availability. As for blonde men, I've dated them all. It's an issue. I've never dated a guy with brown eyes, except for [BUSH frontman] Gavin Rossdale, but he might as well have been blonde, and nobody knew that we were going out. I don't know if I've even fucked a dark-haired guy in my power years — since 1989. Pre-1989, I pretty much fucked everybody. But it was because I had to get breakfast somehow. Why have I not dated anyone not blonde? Maybe it's because my DNA has me trolling for blondeness. I see EMINEM bleaching — privately. I bet he screams if anyone walks in on his bleaching sessions. Men freak when they go blonde. Are they gay now?" Read more.
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