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    Michael B. Jordan Is Not Advocate For LGBTQ Rights; He Wrote Them

    Let’s just say that Michael B. Jordan is here for the girls!

    From starring in Black Panther to being crowned the new ambassador for Coach and starring in Creed II, Jordan has been making major moves! In November, the 32-year old Black Panther star helped advocate for the LGBTQ community in a major way. He actually helped execs at Warner Brothers write their new inclusion policy for 2019.

    When asked about the process, he stated:

    “I Helped Warner Brothers write their inclusion policy for the studio,” It’s pretty much the first step to open up the doors and set a precedent for other studios to follow that lead.”

    He continued:

    “It basically means that it’s mandatory in every department to see a person of color, a woman, somebody from the LGBTQ community. Warner Brothers are stepping up and doing that. It is a huge step. It’s major.”

    And because of this inclusion rider, Michael B. Jordan has unearthed and updated what it means to be an ally. While most celebrities speak on inclusion, his action proves why he is becoming a leading voice of our generation.

    Jordan has been subject of gay rumors in the past, which he denied. But, that still doesn’t take away the fact that he will remain a fierce ally to the LGBTQ community!

    But, what do you all think? How do we get other allies involved? Please comment below and for more LGBTQ news, keep it locked to!


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