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star Holland Taylor, 72, has been dating 40-year-old actress Sarah Paulson for "a few months," a source tells ET.

Holland recently talked about her sexuality for the first time to public radio station WNYC, and while she declined to name her current partner, she did reveal the significant age gap.

So, for me, I'm not looking to define myself, and I'm sorry if that is something that is seen as a rejection of or an unwillingness to embrace (my sexuality) in a public way, but it's simply not.

It's simply what's true for me, and that's all I can speak to." At the November junket for her recently released film , Paulson told ET, "It matters not at all what the gender is.

And I think that's a testament to both the evolution of your own mind and also the reality that when you can see it from that vantage point, it's very clear that love is love." Taylor and Paulson haven't exactly been low-key about their affection for one another on social media.

In November, Taylor tweeted a photo of Paulson wearing a shimmering floor-length gown, writing, "When captions fail…" PHOTOS: Celebs Who Have Recently Come Out And could there be wedding bells in store for the future? "I would not do that publicly," she told WNYC of the possibility of getting married.

"My relationship is with a woman, and I have not -- given my generation it would not be something that would automatically occur to me.

But she's mentioned it because just from a spiritual point of view, from a heart point of view ...

One of the ways you can tell you are probably gay is if you really “hate the gay scene.” “The gay scene” basically means all other gay people, and if you are gay you consider them to collectively be one of the following: superficial, promiscuous, selfish, bitchy, shallow, materialistic, un-intellectual, dramatic or cliquish, which you eagerly explain in the section of your profile.

The vast majority of gay men, in fact, self-describe as “different from most other gay people” because they find “the scene” to be superficial, promiscuous, selfish, bitchy, shallow, materialistic, un-intellectual, dramatic or cliquish.

(Relevant note: if you Google “I hate the gay scene,” you will come up with was written by gay people.) On first dates you will love mentioning how you “don’t get in to the scene” or “don’t get along with most gay guys.” It is automatically presupposed that this negativity does not include your gay self.

The gay person you are on a date with is not offended because he is also temporarily exempt from being “gay people” by hanging out with you, and by the fact that the two of you are neither gathered in a group of more than two nor dancing, and you are not wearing any paraphernalia.

Note that he returns to being a gay person the moment you lose touch, if he is ever seen hanging out with a gay person besides you or becomes your ex.

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