Actress Bella Thorne cleared the air about her sexuality in a new interview with Good Morning America.

In a "Good Morning America" interview meant to help promote her new book, “Life of a Wannabe Mogul: Mental Disarray,” Thorne stated that she is now pansexual as opposed to bisexual, which she described herself as in the past on Twitter.

“I'm actually a pansexual, and I didn't know that,” Thorne said. She defines pansexuality for herself as “you like what you like.”

“Doesn't have to be a girl, or a guy, or… you know, a he, a she, a this, or that,” she said. “It's literally, you like personality, like you just like a being… doesn't really matter what's going on, over there. If I just like it, I like it.”

Thorne also opened up about her past struggles with dyslexia and abuse. In her new book, Thorne discusses her difficulties with dyslexia and the bullying she received for it. Cast in the Disney Channel series “Shake It Up” at age 13, Thorne said she essentially had to teach herself how to read using the scripts for the show.

On the subject of abuse, Thorne discussed being sexually abused from age six to around adolescence. She believes now that she suffered from a sort of Stockholm Syndrome while the abuse was going on.

“I mean, when you're raised with someone, and you don't know that it's wrong,” she explained. “It's just very, like, an everyday occurrence, like no big deal.”

“Life of a Wannabe Mogul” is available now in stores and online.

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Bella Thorne poses in the press room during 102.7 KIIS FM's Jingle Ball 2017 presented by Capital One at The Forum on Dec. 1, 2017 in Inglewood, California. Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for iHeartMedia