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The actress subsequently admitted that her decision to be honest about who she is has had immensely positive effect on her life.Speaking to Diva magazine in September 2017, Ellen said: 'Everything is different.
In a lengthy Facebook post in November, she wrote: 'He looked at a woman standing next to me, ten years my senior, pointed to me and said, "You should f**k her to make her realize she's gay". He 'outed' me with no regard for my well-being, an act we all recognize as homophobic.' The Inception actress called Ratner's comments 'homophobic,' and she says the feelings of shame lingered.'This public, aggressive outing left me with long standing feelings of shame, one of the most destructive results of homophobia.' Ellen kicked off her acting career by starring in a number of television shows in her native Canada, including Pit Pony and Trailer Park Boys.By all accounts, dating culture should be burgeoning in Singapore with the growth of online dating and dating apps such as Tinder.Moreover, dating agencies in Singapore have also seen a rise in demand from older singles - as well as interest from divorcees and widows.I'd think, maybe another girl would be better.'' MR BENJAMIN KOH, 36, on using a dating app .He found that having a stream of romantic possibilities was not conducive to finding a committed relationship and stopped using it three years ago This might seem counter- intuitive at first glance. E., 39, has a group of close female friends around her age who are all single.
According to her, they had channelled all their energies into their careers, but very little into finding husbands.
Complete Me, a dating agency with a 3,000-strong database, set up a personalised matchmaking service for above-35s last year that has since seen a 40 per cent rise in customers.
Ms Anisa Hassan, managing director of It's Just Lunch Asia, which matchmakes professionals over a meal, says: "In the past, people who were married before might have felt that the best years are behind them.
From one day to the next [after coming out], I felt a happiness and an inner peace which I hadn't known for years.
'My life now is overwhelming and I'm glad to be in a position where I can support my community and also help show that you can still play all kinds of roles after you are out.'Things are changing fast and the more people who come out will ultimately help put an end to the idea that coming out destroys your career.
"We spent the previous decade telling ourselves that we're happy as we are, and if it happens, it happens," she says.