"Rizzoli & Isles" star Angie Harmon is on the cover of More's September issue talking politics, psychotherapy, and how lucky she was she grew up pre-paparazzi. 

On her political affiliation:

“I’m a liberal Republican…we actually exist.”

On being a political activist in Hollywood:

“Call it naïveté or stupidity, but I didn’t know that unless you are a Democrat, you aren’t allowed to talk politics in Hollywood.”

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On therapy:

“I believe in therapy. I don’t believe in staying in it for life. When you have an issue, you go talk to someone, get your issue taken care of, then you go live your life, and you’re armed with the tools to do it correctly.”

On her former modeling career:

“I loved every moment of it…I’m in Azzedine Alaïa's factory and doing fittings [talking to] Giorgio Armani—he was so interesting. I do wonder now if Karl [Lagerfeld] or Giorgio would remember me, because they’ve seen so many faces since mine.”

On homosexuality:

“Whether we’re gay or straight, it doesn’t matter. We’re all women. We all have the same wonderful situations happening to us, the same horrific situations. We all get our hearts broken.”

On being in the spotlight at a young age:

“You didn’t have to worry if you stumbled out of a club that the paparazzi were going to print horrible pictures of you.”