SAN FRANCISCO (CBS NEWS) — Zelda Williams is moving forward with her life. The 27-year-old aspiring actress made her first talk show appearance on Chelsea Handler’s self-titled Netflix show on Thursday.

Williams was an open book, discussing topics from her sexuality to how she handled the loss of her father, Robin Williams, in 2014. Zelda, who is openly bisexual, got candid about why she speaks out on her sexuality.

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“I think it’s everyone’s choice in how open they want to be or not,” she told the host. “For me, there’s a lot of erasure of bisexuality. I think a lot of people — especially in women — they tend to have really bad responses to it. They think you can’t have a monogamous relationship. By the way, it doesn’t really matter if you want to be not-monogamous or not. Your sexuality doesn’t really dictate that. Being bisexual doesn’t mean I’m suddenly willy nilly running around.”

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She also noted that she lends her voice to the LGBT community because she has a zero tolerance policy for trolls.

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