Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald star Ezra Miller has revealed that he is part of a polyamorous group of lovers and speaks about his sexuality.
The polyamorous group includes members of his ‘genrequeer’ band, Sons of an Illustrious Father, and others who fit in with the rest of the polycule’s vibe.
“I’m trying to find queer beings who understand me as a queer being off the bat”
— Ezra Miller
Ezra Miller sexuality: Is he polyamorous?
The Fantastic Beasts star, who last week opened up about his #MeToo moment at the hands of a director and producer, teared up as he spoke about the heartbreak which had led to him abandoning monogamy.
He explained that he had found fulfilment in the polycule, saying: “I’m trying to find queer beings who understand me as a queer being off the bat, who I make almost a familial connection with, and I feel like I’m married to them 25 lifetimes ago from the moment we meet.
“And then they are in the squad—the polycule. And I know they’re going to love everyone else in the polycule because we’re in the polycule, and we love each other so much.”
What is Ezra Miller’s relationship with sex?
Miller opened up about some formative experiences with sex, saying that during elementary school—which runs until the age of 12 in the US—he had “a friend and also sexual partner.”
One day, they found a collection of lingerie, Playboy magazines and The Kama Sutra—which Miller said was “very influential”—belonging to his friend’s divorced mother.
“We would jerk each other off while we interacted with that stuff in various ways, actually,” he recalled.
And the actor, who reprises his role as Credence Barebone in the second Fantastic Beasts film, revealed that he remembered having his first sex dream at four years old.
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Miller said that it included a witch trapping him on a waterspout—the column which tornadoes can form over a body of water—which he described as being “tantalising and delightful.”
Ezra Miller owns his gender identity and sexuality
Miller, who has said he doesn’t identify as a man or a woman—but is “fine” with using he/him pronouns—has proudly spoken about and shown off his sexuality in the build-up to the Fantastic Beasts sequel.
Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter on his 95-acre farm in Vermont, Miller explained what he was looking for in a sexual partner.
He explained that his roosters “will die for any of the chickens,” distracting eagles who are targeting the young birds by pretending to be injured and easier pickings for the predators.
“That’s masculinity,” he said. “I’m going to pretend to be weak, I’m going to pretend to be vulnerable so that you attack me before you’d attack one of the women in my posse. You feel me?”
He added: “I’m looking for a man like that. I’m looking for a rooster-type man.”
The actor turned heads earlier this year when he showed up to Comic-Con as sexy Toadette, and has repeatedly caused a stir at Fantastic Beasts premieres.
He wore a majestic padded gown to the Fantastic Beasts world premiere in Paris last week, which some Twitter users said looked like a “human sex toy” or a Dalek from BBC show Doctor Who.
And for the UK premiere, the actor dressed as a swan and inked the deadly Harry Potter spell “Avada Kedavra” on his hands, posing for photos with spiky hair, glitter just below his eyes and several large rings on his hands.