Johnny Depp’s Daughter Lily-Rose Comes Out As Sexually Fluid

Johnny Depp’s Daughter Lily-Rose Comes Out As Sexually Fluid

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Lily-Rose Melody Depp is having quite the summer. In July, the 16-year old walked down the Chanel runway and now she’s the latest face of Chanel’s eyewear campaign, photographed by Karl Lagerfeld himself. And more recently, the daughter of Paradis and Black Mass star Johnny Depp has come out as sexually fluid, following in the footsteps of Miley Cyrus and Cara Delevingne.

Lily Rose announced her sexuality via social media when she posed for Self Evident Truths, a documentary photo project for people who identify as something other than 100 percent straight. The project — started by artist iO Tillett Wright —aims to “humanize a vast community through the simplicity of their faces, showing that we come in all shapes, sizes, races, and social strata, thus making it harder for people to discriminate against us.”

The project aims to have 10,000 pictures of people in hopes to raise awareness and understanding about a “broader spectrum” of sexuality. The pictures will be used in an installation project on the National Mall in Washington, DC.

Lily Rose was featured in a photo with Tillett in which Tillett explained how proud Tillett was of Lily Rose for choosing to come out as sexually fluid through the campaign.

Sexually fluid and starlets seem to be getting younger and younger. Cara Delevingne is 23. Miley Cyrus recently came out as pansexual, saying she changes her style every few months. In the meantime, here’s young Lily-Rose in the video for Irish rapper Rejjie Snow’s “All Around The World.”

(featured image via @lilyrose_depp)

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