Noah Schnapp posted over the weekend a lengthy response to whether his character on Netflix's Stranger Things is gay.

In the show, Schnapp plays Will, a sensitive kid who is trapped in another dimension. There has been some speculation that this is a metaphor for being trapped in the closet.

“I think everyone here is missing the point.” Schnapp said in an Instagram post. “An author called Gary Schmidt came to speak at our school this week and he said that good stories aren’t supposed to leave you with answers because then you never question yourself and you forget about it.”

“A good book, or a good show leaves a lot of unanswered questions but makes you think. Which is what you are all doing.”

“For me, Will being gay or not is besides the point. Stranger Things is a show about a bunch of kids who are outsiders and find each other because they have been bullied in some way or are different. Does being sensitive, or a loner, or a teenager who likes photography, or a girl with red hair and big glasses, make you gay?”

“I’m only 12 but I do know we all relate to being different. And that’s why I think [Matt and Ross Duffer] wrote the show the way they did. So you can ask all these questions. I hope the real answer never comes out!”

Netflix has renewed Stranger Things for a second season to be released next year.