Actress Sophie Turner made a confession about her sexuality, and queer people took it and ran. In a new interview with Rolling Stone, she said that she's experimented (sexually/romantically, that is) with both men and women. She told the magazine, "I love a soul, not a gender.”
People on Twitter took that as an admission that Turner is gay and jumped to all kinds of conclusions. But that kind of thought process is very harmful. Turner is only 23, and people are allowed to grow and change over time. She should be allowed to say that she's experimented with her sexuality at one point without it meaning anything else. People are calling her gay when she never labeled herself in the interview. It's no one else's place to do that for her.