Dianna Agron, who plays Quinn Fabray on the Fox musical-comedy Glee, says she wore a “Likes Girls” t-shirt to support Gay Pride.

During Saturday's Toronto stop of the Glee Tour, the 25-year-old actress appeared on stage wearing a t-shirt that read, “LIKES GIRLS.”

Many fans questioned her motivation and wondered whether she had just outed herself.

But in an essay posted at her personal blog, Agron denies she's gay, adding that she wore the t-shirt in support of Gay Pride.

“[D]uring our second show, Instead of wearing my usual shirt during Born This Way I decided to wear one that said 'Likes Girls.' It should actually have read, 'Loves Girls,' because I do. The women in my life give me things that the men in my life can’t. And vice-versa. No, I am not a lesbian, yet if I were, I hope that the people in my life could embrace it whole-heartedly. And let me tell you, I can easily spill (quite comfortably) what I admire, respect and think is beautiful about any of the women in my life. Piece of cake!”

“Last night, I wanted to do something to show my respect and love for the GLBT community. Support that people could actually see. Which is why I decided to change my shirt for the show.”

Agron adds that she's proud of Glee's gay inclusiveness.

“Our show celebrates the GLBT community. We are proud to be a part of something that embraces an often avoided topic.”