Saga Magazine. "I hated everything that was happening. So I rebelled and wore boys clothes. I wore corduroys and scraped my hair back.
I even went to football matches with my father."This loathing of her feminine curves went on for a year. Then 15 years old, Joan's mentality toward her gender began changing after boys "discovered" her while on vacation in France.Joan, who famously played Alexis Carrington in "Dynasty," no longer struggles with her gender identity, nor does she have an issue with her age.
The Golden Globe-winning actress is 89 years old, but she feels like she's 40. Although the "Empire of the Ants" star doesn't cringe at her age, she thinks is "tremendously rude" to ask a woman how old she is."My mother's generation never did it.
But you know, people have been calling me an older woman since I was 38," Joan said. "I think what is important is not age, but how you look, feel and behave."In managing to stay youthful, Joan notes that she only tans her body and legs.Read more on wonderwall.com