Raven Symone Attends Outfest Legacy Awards With Shaved Head After Coming Out On Twitter
By Robert Kuang | November 30, 2013 01:43 PM EST
Now that Raven Symone is out and proud, the "That's So Raven" star is hitting the town with a new shaved haircut and attending LGBT events like the Outfest Legacy Awards.
In a recent Twitter photo, Raven Symone unveiled a new edgy hairstyle with the sides shaved bald.
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Since coming out on Twitter, Raven Symone has received some backlash, with some saying their childhood memories have been ruined by the now adult Disney star.
"Claiming that the actions of former child stars can somehow retroactively 'ruin' entire childhoods is a popular internet pastime," wrote Junkee contributor Alasdair Duncan.
"Here's the thing, though: nobody, not even lesbians, can travel back in time and destroy your happy childhood memories, and if you think any different, then you should probably be asking yourself some serious questions about how you manage to function as an adult."
But clearly, Raven Symone is doing just fine and acting like her usual fierce self.
With her new look, Raven Symone also attended the Outfest Legacy Awards reception in Los Angeles, according to Uptown Magazine. Although her girlfriend AzMarie Livingston wasn't there with her, Symone mingled with members of the LGBT community and seemed perfectly comfortable.
At the event, "The Butler" director Lee Daniels was honored for being named one of Out.com's OUT 100, a list that honors the power players in the LGBT community.
Will Raven Symone soon be named on that list?
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