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Lily-Rose Depp Says She Didn't Really Come Out as Sexually Fluid

Lily-Rose Depp Says She Didn't Really Come Out as Sexually Fluid

Lily-Rose Depp Says She Didn't Really Come Out as Sexually Fluid
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Lily-Rose Depp made headlines last August when she participated in a photoshoot for Self-Evident Truths, a photo project that is documenting people who fall under the LGBTQI spectrum. Their website says that they are "documenting 100,000 people in the U.S. who identify as anything other than 100% straight."

 

The caption for the photo says that Depp wanted to be involved with the project because "she falls somewhere on the vast spectrum." 

In an interview published today on Nylon, Depp says that her support of the project was misconstrued. 

She told Nylon:

"A lot of people took it as me coming out, but that’s not what I was trying to do. I was literally doing it just to say that you don’t have to label your sexuality; so many kids these days are not labeling their sexuality and I think that’s so cool."

Depp says that she doesn't believe there's anything wrong with being gay, but it doesn't define who she is. She ends by saying that "kids don’t need to label their sexualities."

In November, her father, the actor, Johnny Depp, showed public support for his daughter. He told the Daily Mail:

“She’s got thousands of followers on social media, and they were all taken completely by surprise. But not me. I already knew because she tells me everything - she’s not afraid to say anything to me. We’re super-tight and I’m very proud of our relationship.”

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