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Too-cute-for-words actress Clean Duvall first won the heart of every lesbian everywhere in out director Jamie Babbit's 2000 girl-on-girl comedy But I'm A Cheerleader — long considered one of the best lesbian films ever. Since then she's taken on more than one queer role, most recently the role of Wendy Peyser, the girlfriend of out actress Sara Paulson's ice-blooded Lana Winters, on American Horror Story: Asylum. She recently was in Babbit's latest lesbian drama, 2015's Addicted To Fresno, which has every girl wondering: is Clea family? The actress has never come public about her sexuality, whatever it may be, leaving everyone to wonder and girl-crush hard. Follow Pride for updates!

23 Amazing LGBT Films We Can't Wait To See at Outfest 

Los Angeles's world-class LGBT film festival kicks off this Thursday and we have the films you'll probably eventually watch on Netflix! 

Clea DuVall's The Intervention Trailer Is a Queer Girl's Dream Come True

Clea DuVall's feature directing debut (and But I'm A Cheerleader reunion) will open Outfest this Thursday.

Have we Seen the Last of Clea DuVall's Lesbian Character on American Horror Story?

Actress Clea DuVall recently sat down with Vulture Magazine to discuss her role as Wendy, a closeted teacher, in FX’s horror-thriller American Horror Story: Asylum, whether or not she is worried about being typecast, how Hollywood’s portrayal of gay characters has evolved since the late 90s release of her cult classic But I’m a Cheerleader, and the difference between just a kiss and a “lesbian kiss.”