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Friday 28 November 2014

Paquin: Bisexuality not a problem

Anna Paquin says her marriage to Stephen Moyer is not affected by her bisexuality
Anna Paquin says her marriage to Stephen Moyer is not affected by her bisexuality

Anna Paquin has said her bisexuality is not a problem for her marriage because she doesn't view the two things as mutually exclusive.

The True Blood star is married to Stephen Moyer, who she met when they filmed the show's pilot together, and told HuffPost Live why her sexuality was not an issue.

According to Mail Online, she said: "The reason I feel like it's important to talk about this stuff is that the more normal and, frankly, mundane and boring this stuff becomes, I think the better it's going to be for everyone who is part of our community.

"There's people that are going to probably go to their grave thinking whatever they think about the LGBT community. That's their problem, not mine. And there's people that think that monogamy and bisexuality are mutually exclusive. Again, their problem not mine."

Last month, in recognition of LGBT Pride Month she sent a tweet that said: "Proud to be a happily married bisexual mother. Marriage is about love not gender."

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