Ramsey and co-star Pedro Pascal discussed the “full spectrum” of gender and sexuality on set.
Bella Ramsey has been opening up since coming out as non-binary in January.
The “Last of Us” actor, who has chosen to use pronouns in recent interviews, revealed that he wore a chest strap for “90 percent” of the hit HBO series.
“What is probably not healthy, please tie it up securely,” Ramsey said GQ UK.
A chest binder is often used by people transitioning to binding the chest area.
“That’s what bothers me more than the pronouns: They call me ‘young woman’ or ‘powerful young woman’ or ‘young lady,’ but I’m not (that),” Ramsey said. I was in “Catherine is called Birdy” clothes. “Young Elizabeth,” I was in a corset. And I felt extremely powerful in that. Playing these more feminine characters gives me the opportunity to be something of the opposite of myself, and that’s really fun.”
Ramsey added that on the set of The Last of Us, she became fast friends with co-star Pedro Pascal, whose sister is transgender. Ramsey said Pascal was “super supportive” and often talked to her about gender and sexuality. “And they weren’t always deep: they were funny and humorous, the whole spectrum,” Ramsey said. “We were just very honest and open with each other.”
The “Game of Thrones” alum previously said The New York Times that “my gender has always been very fluid” over the years.
“Someone called me ‘he’ or ‘she,’ and I wouldn’t think about it,” Ramsey said, “but I knew if someone called me ‘he,’ it was a little exciting.”
Ramsey added: “I’m very much just one person. I’m not particularly fond of gender, but as for pronouns, I really didn’t care.”
Ramsey’s ‘Game of Thrones’ co-star Maisie Williams has opened up about how she ‘resent’ the show as a teenager.
“I think when I started becoming a woman, I resented Arya because I couldn’t express who I was becoming,” Williams said. “And then I also resented my body because it wasn’t in line with the piece that the world was celebrating.”
Williams had to “wear a thong to reverse puberty” when her character Arya passed as a man. “I must have been about 15 — honestly, I just want a boyfriend,” Williams said at the time. “I don’t want to wear this.”
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