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'Game of Thrones' star Maisie Williams talks sexuality

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One of ‘Game of Thrones’ fiercest stars Maisie Williams has opened up about her sexuality in an interview with Nylon Magazine.

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The 17-year-old says she is not eager to put a label on her sexuality, opting out of the rising number of labels for different iterations of sexual attraction.

“It’s quite a natural thing for teenagers to be confused,” Williams tells Nylon.

There is a label for everything now, which is okay, because some people need labels.”

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Williams says considering her own sexuality is not something that’s consumed her thoughts, adopting a more indifferent approach.

“I’ve never sat up and thought about my sexuality for hours. It’s like what Shailene Woodley said: I fall in love with personalities and not people or genders,” Williams said.

“Do what you want.”

Williams currently has a boyfriend she met at school, though no word whether her on screen persona, Arya, will have time to find romance amidst her training.

‘Game of Thrones’ Season 6 premieres in Australia Monday April 25th on Showcase.


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