Wood came out in 2011, but has been more than willing to talk about her sexuality since - before, during and after her relationship with Fantastic Four star Jamie Bell.
The most recent convo, started Thursday after a fan asked whether or not she's still bisexual following her estrangement from Bell, got the internet buzzing after gay and lesbian advocates took notice.
We aren't sure what @ZipporahMorgan said originally; the first tweet has since been deleted.
Wood didn't stop after moving on from her family, though, as she clearly had a lot to get off her chest on the topic of #biphobia:
"I can assure you that whatever "straight privilege" I sometimes get accused of having, gets erased by #biphobia. Remember, bisexuality doesn't mean halfway between gay or straight. It is its own identity. I think in some cases people don't want to be labeled because they are ashamed to be bisexual. And this needs to stop. I have battled with myself most of my life because I wasn't gay or straight enough. I used to think I would never be happy. I had to go through the same panic and shame and depression a lot of people in the LGBT community go through, but when I came out a new found shame took over. Bi-shame. Feeling like people are judging you all over again but for different reasons. A weight was lifted but not completely. I still feel like we have to constantly prove ourselves & our worthiness within the community."
Thankfully, the inquisitive commenter eventually apologized to Evan for her "incorrect statement" and the True Blood actress took notice.