Actress Evan Rachel Wood, the co-star of HBO's hit vampire drama True Blood, says she's not looking for love at the moment, but would be open to dating girls.

Wood first came out bisexual in an interview with men's glossy Esquire.

“I'm up for anything. Meet a nice guy, meet a nice girl ...” the 23-year-old actress said.

When asked if she's dated women, Wood proudly responded: “Yeah, I'm more kind of like the guy when it comes to girls. I'm the dominant one. I'm opening the doors, I'm buying dinner.”

“Yeah, I'm romantic,” she said.

Referring to her rocky relationship with rock star Marilyn Manson (it's currently off), Wood said she's had a long affair with androgynous singers.

“I grew up in love with David Bowie,” Wood said. “So I was always into very androgynous things. Guys, girls … I'm into androgyny in general.”

In a new interview with UK daily The Telegraph, Wood doesn't divulge any new details about her love life, but she once again very nonchalantly talks about her attraction to women.

“But I don't even have rules about dating guys or girls. I'm open,” Wood said. “I've always been attracted to both sexes. I'm attracted to people's confidence, rather than what sex they are – the way they carry themselves and their personalities.”

Wood plays the Vampire Queen of Louisiana in the HBO series set to return for its fourth season on June 26.