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I think Ed Sheeran would be a great collaboration.
I think that until we’re 21, human beings don’t get to know themselves very much.
I like the ability to engage intellectually with someone. I get so bored so quickly, so if you can’t keep me interested, then I’m out.
As an artist, I don’t care about where we are in the charts and all that. The important thing to me is to connect with a creative project.
Having those positive friends around can really make a difference in how you view yourself. It’s helped me realize that there’s no such thing as having a perfect body, and just because I’m not shaped the same way as another girl is, it doesn’t mean I’m not pretty. It just means that no two girls are alike.
It’s truly disheartening to me to see so many beautiful women who have no idea what their potential is.
I’ve always been passionate about human rights in general. I think anyone who knows me can attest to that.
Amandla Stenberg is so powerful in her energy and what she speaks about and what she projects. I think it’s incredible.
I love music; I love performance. I love everything revolving around art. But I also am really passionate about politics and human rights and science and the environment. Those are things that fascinate me.
For me, honesty is a huge thing, and loyalty, when it comes to relationships.
I think pop culture has always influenced society.
I am proud to be a woman.
For me as an artist, pop culture has so much power and influences society on a regular basis – I see it in the kids; I see it in everyone that I encounter. Everyone is influenced by pop culture whether we want to be or not.
It’s good to be an anarchist and just love yourself.
I’m marching for women; I’m marching for the LGBT community. I’m marching for immigrants. I happen to fall into all three categories, so I’m marching for myself at the end of the day and for my family and my friends. And for whoever else deserves it.
I love every time that I get to be on a stage with Halsey. She’s so incredible.
There’s straight people, and there’s super gay people, and then there’s everybody in between, and everybody is a little bit of something because sexuality is fluid.
It’s hard to accept yourself when you live in a world where nobody is like you, or you feel like nobody is like you because there’s no representation.
When I was in fifth grade, I got bullied really nastily about my appearance.
Societies have been conditioned to believe that entertainers are just that, but I refuse to be put into the box of a puppet.