"I really like to know what people are wearing," Thorne said.
The popular initiative, created by the Representation Project, claims that men are asked more "creative" questions when approached by reporters on red carpets, while women are only questioned about their clothing and accessories.
Thorne agrees with #AskHerMore, but she doesn't want to do away with fashion questions all together.
"Ask more for sure," she said. "Ask about the roles and what you have coming up, but totally, I do want to know what they're wearing."