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People would call me a whore when I walked down the street, and you can't not be hurt by that." What the public didn't know at the time was that Wood was attracted not just to Manson's in-your-face liberation but also to his androgyny.

She has since referred to herself as gender-fluid, and in 2011 came out publicly as bisexual.

Former child star fought bad romances and anti-LGBTQ prejudice before channeling her craziness into paranoid-android role – and rebooting her life It's raining something biblical in Nashville, coming down like vengeance between the roadway signs for chicken wings and Jesus and Donald Trump. When Wood first met with showrunners Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy, she wasn't told much of what would happen to her character, but she was told a lot about the world in which it would happen and the existential questions Dolores would pose – both to herself and the viewers. Which means that today, wearing inconspicuous black in a town where she recently moved knowing almost no one, the single mom is currently the highest-ranked star on IMDb, even if she still might best be known for dating Marilyn Manson a decade ago.

And here, inside a farm-fresh joint called Butcher and Bee, at a table spread with pickled okra and fried chicken and kale, Evan Rachel Wood is questioning the nature of our reality, the cogs and wheels that have created this very scene, up to and possibly including the guy posted up at the bar who looks like an older Elvis, if Elvis were crazy tall and wearing vintage tweed."What if this is all bullshit? This is because Westworld has been, by most accounts, a breakout success.

In fact, she seems so grounded that I can't help but later ask if, considering her own history, it has been hard to play a character who is abused and brutalized.

What helped most, she says, was the 2013 birth of her son with actor Jamie Bell, whom she married in 2012 and divorced in 2014 (remember: "Any divorce is always horrible").

But it's also safe to say that her sweet spot may be playing a character who is playing at being rosy and uncomplicated while actually being anything but.

Kind of like Wood herself, who had arrived at the restaurant slightly late, explaining it was her son's first day at a new preschool and she'd wanted to feed him and get him down for his nap, etc., etc., before waxing dark and philosophical in a rosy sort of way. I left so much in that first season and never looked back.""I have a soccer-mom car you can totally hang out in," she says as we leave the restaurant and she leads the way to a Toyota Highlander with a toddler car seat in back.

"I had my son, and that changed everything," she tells me. I just couldn't be what I was not." Since then, she's tried to find comfort in the gray areas, to feel at home floating in the middle of the spectrum rather than moored safely at either end.

"We are conditioned in certain ways, and it's a journey to break that conditioning, and I think that's been a lot of my journey, honestly."It also happens to be Dolores' journey, which means that the horror and chaos the character faces, the realizations she has, and the fight to escape her circumstances – which happens in her head as much as anywhere else – feel very much like Wood's.

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