Cara Delevingne Lesbian Gay Rights Supporter
Cara Delevingne lesbian gay rights supporter also identifies as being bisexual, having famously been linked to celebrities of both genders. 2014 marked a year where Cara openly supported National Coming Out day by wearing a “We Are You” shirt captioning the image with “Doesn’t matter who you are or what you believe it, we are one! Go get yourself one of these shirts right now!”
Cara’s bisexuality was first brought to the media forefront when she was photographed with openly bisexual actress Michelle Rodriguez. Rodriguez brought with her an infamous “bad girl” peresona having been jailed twice due to a history of alcohol abuse. Though their love seemed innocent enough at first, soon Cara and Michelle were seen inebriated at parties and basketball games. They also famously posted a picture of themselves hooked up to IV drips as means of a hangover cure.
Of love, Cara has been quoted as saying “I want to fall in love, I think. I’ve never. I know. Everyone I know’s been in love or in relationships now and… There’s only ever been… there’s been people telling me they love me, but it freaks me out and I just run, run. I think I’m a bad girlfriend.”
Cara Delevingne Doing Good through Fashion
Cara is looking to do good through her role in fashion, despite having been quoted as saying the following about the fashion industry: “I’ve made so many amazing friends with people who work in the industry. More photographers and the stylist-y people who work on set than the models, because they’re such incredible people and they’ve experienced so much. This is, I think, the craziest industry. I mean, I love it. The fashion industry is like a big, f**ked-up dysfunctional family, but everyone’s mad and amazing, and everyone’s so different.”
She partnered with American Apparel to promote he P6 collection which got its name from principle 6 of the Olympic charter: ‘Sport does not discriminate on grounds of race, religion, politics, gender or otherwise.’ Cara made news when she was one of the first famous faces to participate in the campaign on social media. American Apparel made the following statement: ‘The principle 6 campaign uses the language of the Olympic Charter to allow athletes and fans to speak out against this discrimination during the Sochi Games without violating Russian anti-gay laws or violating the Olympic ban on political speech.’
Cara Delevingne lesbian gay rights supporter is making a difference in the community by using her celebrity status for good, we are excited to see what else this fashion it girl does to make a difference!