The 19-year-old, who made their name in The Hunger Games series and uses gender-neutral they/them pronouns, has previously revealed they were queer and attracted to both sexes. But now Amandla specifies that they prefer women more. The new coming out happened in the interview with a pop singer King Princess, who is a lesbian too. “I’m grateful for how being gay has afforded me this ability to experience and understand love and sex, and therefore life, in an expansive and infinite way,” the actor said, joking that this is a proper moment to install Ellen DeGeneres’ Time magazine cover with the title ‘Yep, I’m gay’. Stenberg added that homophobia and heteronormativity are common problems in modern society that make people try to hide their true identity even from themselves. But love goes beyond all limits, it is not defined by gender, ethnicity, religion or social background, it is just love. “Interviewed for @wonderland by someone I stan infinitely – the fiercest garbagio pop queen @kingprincess69. Thank you to KP for providing me with such a safe space to come out. We talk about gay sobbing, first encounters with lesbian masturbation, queer icons, Toni Morrison, disillusionment as a critical step, the art I’ve been working on, and the films that I have coming out this year, ” Amandla later added on Instagram.