"What’s interesting to me is how long it took to make the movie -- for it to finally come together -- and how my internal progression toward coming out was naturally in line with it," she said in the magazine’s October issue
. "Stacie and Laurel’s story is incredibly inspiring. It made me go, 'Dude, just tell people you’re gay. Just get over yourself, honestly, and support those who are not as privileged. It’s like, you have f**king privilege, so do something with it.'"