Lauren Jauregui: "Sexuality is a spectrum that has no shame"

The pop star has once again proved how awesome she is by standing up for the LGBT community


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Fifth Harmony singer and pop star using her platform to change the world, Lauren Jauregui took to Twitter once again to show her support for the LGBT community and spread a message of love and acceptance.

 

She began by sharing a tweet showing screenshots of people's responses to the question, "What will you do if your son comes out as GAY?"

 

 

She commented, “This is such a disgusting display of toxic masculinity & a deep ignorance of the expression of human sexuality. It is a spectrum that has no shame. It will be painful but it will lead you to your true family. Anyone who can wish this on something they created is deeply troubled.”

 

She also responded to users' individual tweets, offering comfort, reassurance and that Jauregui wisdom.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lauren has often spoken out for the LGBT community in the past.

 

Who could forget when she came out as bi in an open letter to Trump back in 2016?

 

Then there was that beautiful and inspiring love letter she wrote to LGBT people.

 

And what about the time she opened up about the reality of being bi in the music industry and the prejudice she's faced?

 

Lauren Jauregui, we ❤️  you. Shine on, queen.

 

 

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