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Actress Cara Delevingne Appears On The Cover Of ‘Variety’ Pride Issue

Cara Delevingne, who started her acting career with a role in ‘Anna Karenina,’ appeared on the cover of the well-known magazine ‘Variety’ and then, the actress shared her excitement with her followers through Instagram.

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets’ star, who had announced that she identifies herself as pansexual, firstly spoke of pandemic, “Black Lives Matter” movement and LGBTQIA+ community:

“It’s hard to feel celebratory after stepping out in Los Angeles to march against police brutality in honor of the too many innocent Black people who have lost their lives. And in addition there have been hundreds and thousands of deaths from this pandemic. But I am proud to recognize that the events at Stonewall in June of 1969 – an event where police forcefully removed Black gay men, drag queens and gay people of all shapes and sizes from a NYC bar – were incredibly impactful due to riots led by transgender activist Marsha P. Johnson.”

After expressing it is not easy to feel happy while many negatives in these painful days, Delevingne stated her gratitude for being a part of Variety’s LGBTQ+ Pride month issue with a cover photo and the article, “On The Path To Acceptance Embracing Her Pansexuality And Inspiring Younger Fans:”

“So today – here we are again fighting for justice around the world. While the LGBTQIA+ community has made so many strides forward and still have so many more to go, we join so many of our brothers and sisters in the fight for equality and justice. Thank you @variety for putting me on your cover and @raminsetoodeh for a safe conversation and beautiful words.”

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It’s hard to feel celebratory after stepping out in Los Angeles to march against police brutality in honor of the too many innocent Black people who have lost their lives. And in addition there have been hundreds and thousands of deaths from this pandemic. But I am proud to recognize that the events at Stonewall in June of 1969 – an event where police forcefully removed Black gay men, drag queens and gay people of all shapes and sizes from a NYC bar – were incredibly impactful due to riots led by transgender activist Marsha P. Johnson. So today – here we are again fighting for justice around the world. While the LGBTQIA+ community has made so many strides forward and still have so many more to go, we join so many of our brothers and sisters in the fight for equality and justice. Thank you @variety for putting me on your cover and @raminsetoodeh for a safe conversation and beautiful words.

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