Academy Award-nominated actress Cynthia Erivo claims that “LGBT people should be praised for being brave.” Disney’s next star Pinocchio wire with British Vogue For the August 2022 issue of Pride, which features 11 LGBTQ+ from the entertainment industry as its cover stars.
Erivo claims that many LGBTQ+ people “still feel the need to constantly justify why we deserve to be treated as equal beings, when the only difference really is that we love differently and express ourselves differently.”
“Instead of scolding us for it, we should be commended for our bravery,” Future Star evil The movie has been added. “That’s the most important thing: giving people space to appear fully as they are.”
Erivo also offered advice to LGBTQ “people who want to help but don’t know what to do,” noting that they “need to find their own gay families, sit down and chat with them.”
The actress also took to Instagram to celebrate being on the cover British VogueAnd sharing that she was previously afraid to appear bisexual.
“Nerves and fear have got in the way of sharing all that I am, and today with #Pride and with great people by my side, I am sharing a little more,” Erivo wrote in an Instagram caption.
“Thank you [British Vogue editor-in-chief Edward Enninful] Disney movie star added. “A dream come true to decorate the cover of @britishvogue with incredible people.”
While Erivo, who has Estimated net worth Of $3 million, indicating that members of the LGBTQ+ community are not treated fairly and need to be commended as “brave,” the United States just completed an entire month dedicated to celebrating the LGBTQ+ community.
For June, American pubs have seen a seemingly endless stream of rainbow colors, drag queen shows on their city streets, and more.