Sophie Turner’s post for Pride Month shocks everyone


Famous Game Of Thrones actress, Sophie Turner, celebrated Pride Month on Instagram. She published a post that garnered a lot of attention, “Time isn’t straight and neither am I.”

She posted a story on her Instagram profile that read, “It’s MUTHAFUCKIN #pride month babaaaayyyyy.” There were a lot of stickers with the symbols of the LGBT community in the picture, such as stickers that said: “Move, I’m Gay”, “Gay Pride” and “Bi Pride”.

Many fans responded to her Instagram story with a handful of messages full of support, and Twitter was also ignited by the comments. Of course, the fans really supported the actress and stood by her side!

“Waiiiiit a damn minute … is this Sophie Turner coming out as bi ?? Nothing but respect for the queen in the north, ”one person wrote, referring to Turner’s Game of Thrones character Sansa Stark.

“Omg sophie turner is bi ??? I love this for her !!!!!! ”, another person added.

“SOPHIE TURNER BI ??? THAT’S A WIN, ”another person tweeted. Also: “you’re telling me sophie turner is bi and she married joe jonas instead of me ??????”

This was not the first time she had spoken out about sexuality. In a 2019 cover story for Rolling Stone, the actress talked about how she knew she was ready to marry her now-husband, Joe Jonas.

  “I was fully preparing myself to be single for the rest of my life. I think once you’ve found the right person, you just know. I feel like I’m much older a soul than I am in age. I feel like I’ve lived enough life to know. I’ve met enough guys to know — I’ve met enough girls to know. “

Let’s not forget Sophie is married

Turner married Joe Jonas in 2019. The pair welcomed their first child together in July 2020.

Everyone should be what they are and what they feel, we don’t know how things will go, but we are sure that this queen will inform us about everything!

What do you think?

Written by Gossip Whiz


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