Not everyone is into Girls!

As we reported under Friday, Rita Ora stopped her summertime ‘1 8 bisexual psalm peculiarity Cardi B, Bebe Rexha, and Charli XCX.

Related:Rita Ora Brings The Drama To The 2018 Met Gala !

That same day, singer Hayley Kiyoko — who recognizes as a gay woman — criticized the move on Instagram announcing it “tone-deaf” and harmful to the LGBTQ community.

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“I literally have a knot in my belly right now. To be clear, I fully support other creators who freely express themselves and applaud male and female artists who are opening up more and more about their sexual names. But every so often there go sure-fire chorus with messaging that is just extremely tone-deaf, which does more damage than good for the LGBTQ+ parish. A hymn like this just gas the male gaze while marginalizing the idea of women cherishing women.”

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“I know that wasn’t the intention of the artists on the hymn, but it’s the absence of consideration behind these lyrics that is actually get me. I don’t need to beverage make to caress girlfriends; I’ve affection females my entire life. This type of theme is risky because it altogether maligns and cancels the particularly unadulterated egoes of an entire community. I seem I is responsible for to protect that wherever possible. We can and should do better.”

Read Hayley’s full word( below ):

A post shared by H A Y L E Y K I Y O K O (@ hayleykiyoko ) on May 11, 2018 at 12:42 pm PDT

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