By Mike Shields, News EditorOctober 21, 2017In a move that could have made him an instant cult hero, Leigh Alexander, one of the stars of the cult hit Game of Thrones, has come out as an outspoken critic of #gamergate.

The actor, best known for her role as Sansa Stark on HBO’s Game of Gods, told The Hollywood Reporter that the hashtag #Gamergate is just a convenient excuse to get people to do things they shouldn’t.

“I think it’s actually a lot more dangerous than I originally thought,” Alexander said.

“If it’s just a hashtag and it’s a bunch of people saying something about something, that’s not going to stop it.

It’s not a good thing.

It should be a conversation, not a mob mentality.”

Alexander, who is a feminist and a feminist-oriented feminist, said the problem isn’t the harassment but the “stereotypical” ways women are portrayed in video games.

“There’s this stereotype that women aren’t as capable or as smart as men,” Alexander told THR.

“And I think that’s what I was trying to show is that there’s no one out there who is perfect and there’s always going to be someone out there, like there’s someone out for you.

It doesn’t matter who you are, or what you do.”

Alexander is just one of many outspoken critics of #GG, which was founded in response to a mass harassment scandal that saw women on the gaming forums and other online communities target and harass each other for daring to disagree with the agenda of a vocal minority.

The movement has been credited with bringing about some of the most intense online confrontations ever seen in the history of online gaming.

But the harassment and threats have also forced the industry to reckon with its own history of misogyny and abuse, and the fact that the #Gamergaters’ target was a woman in the industry.

While many of the #GG targets were female, #Gamergatherers have also targeted men, accusing them of having “no balls” and “having no right to speak up.”

“I don’t want to be an outlier anymore,” Alexander wrote on Twitter.

“I don, but it’s not the end of the world.”

The actor and gamer, who also stars in the upcoming film The Impossible, said she was inspired to write her own book after reading a recent article in The Hollywood Times that criticized a former colleague who quit her job at a major studio because she wasn’t allowed to talk about #GamerGaters.

The woman was fired after her boss told her, “You’re not the kind of person that should be in a gaming company.

If you are a woman, you shouldn’t be working at a gaming studio,” Alexander, who was previously on a reality TV show, wrote in a post on Medium.”

She is literally telling me I’m not good enough for the job because I’m a woman,” she added.

“This is not a joke.

This is a reality.”

The hashtag #NotYourShield was created in response, but Alexander’s post garnered more than 6,000 comments and nearly 3,000 shares.

Alexander said she’s still trying to figure out how to balance her criticism with the importance of gaming and entertainment.

“We’re in a world where we’re talking about the entertainment and the entertainment is being sold to people who are looking for entertainment,” Alexander added.