As my mother pointed out, the title of this test is more than slightly oxymoronic. Nonetheless,
if you want to measure your acting impurity, have fun. We all know that actors aren’t really normal
people, so normal purity tests shouldn’t apply to us. And anyway, they don’t understand the Wonderfully
Weird World of Acting, where the director told you to imagine yourself in love with that gorgeous hunk,
and why don’t you guys go practice that kissing scene in private? Moreover, actors are not allowed
the privilege of modesty, so normal dressing rules shouldn’t apply to us either. So, here’s your chance
to prove your real impurity.
If you are straight, "someone" is a member of the opposite sex; bisexual, "someone" is a member of either sex;
gay, "someone" is a member of the same sex.
The Actor's Purity Test was written by Julie Fennell, and converted for the internet by Jean Shepard. Please
refer to the e-mail address at the bottom if you have any questions.
The Actors' Purity Test
Check all boxes for which your answer is "yes".
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