Bella Ramsey has been opening up since her debut as non-binary in January.
The 'Last of Us' actor, who has chosen to use her/her pronouns in recent interviews, has disclosed that she wore a chest binder "90 percent" of the production for the HBO series.
“Which probably isn’t healthy, like please keep the chains safe,” Ramsey told GQ UK.
People who are transitioning to a chest binder often use a chest binder to bind the chest area.
Ramsey said that this is what bothers me more than pronouns: being referred to as a 'young lady' or a 'powerful young lady' or a 'young lady,' but that's not my goal. "I'm just not [that] in that."
Ramsey said she and her co-star Pedro Pascal, who has a transgender sister, quickly connected on the set of "The Last of Us." Pascal was "super supportive" of Ramsey, and she often discussed gender and sexuality with her. "They could be funny and humorous, the whole spectrum," Ramsey said.
Over the years, a "Game of Thrones" alum told The New York Times that "my gender has always been very fluid."
Ramsey said, "Someone would call me'she' or 'her,' and I would not think about it." "I knew though, that if someone called me 'he,' it would be a bit thrilling."
Ramsey said, "I'm really just a person." I'm not particularly fond of being gendered, but in terms of pronouns, I'm completely content."
Maisie Williams, Ramsey's co-star of "Game of Thrones," talked about her "resension" to the series during puberty.
Williams said she resentted Arya when she began becoming a woman because she couldn't express who I was becoming. "And then I resentted my body because it wasn't aligned with the identity that the world celebrated."
Williams had to wear a "strap to reverse puberty" when her character Arya pretended to be male. "I was like, I kind of just want a boyfriend, honestly," Williams said at the time.