You need to practice what you preach.
Little Mix just released “Break Up Song” as the lead single from their upcoming sixth studio album, and Jade together with longtime collaborator Camille Purcell wrote a song that they think it is perfect to represent Trans people around the world.
Jade Thirlwall from Little Mix spoke to Glamour last week, and said it’s essential for people to be allies of the LGBT+ community, especially during this hard time we are all facing because of Covid-19.
She also said: “We’re all in self isolation and some LGBT+ people might be in a home or a family environment where they’re not very supportive of being who they are. So, if you know anybody who is in that circumstance, reach out to them, message them, show them how much you support and love them – there’s many ways you can be doing that whilst being indoors.”
Jade also said she’s trying to become a better ally to trans people: “I’m still learning what the right pronouns are or how to speak to someone and make sure you don’t offend someone or be an ally in the right way and making sure it doesn’t look like you are using to your advantage or for your benefit. If you’re going to say you’re an ally, you need to practice what you preach, you need to walk the walk as well as talking the talk. So yeah, still learning every day.”
Little Mix love their LGBT+ fans!
During Jade’s interview to Gaydio, she said: “I think we have a duty to accomplish, we’ve got such a massive LGBT+ fan base and I want to make sure that we practice what we preach and we are walking the walk instead of talking the talk.”
We’d really need more people like you, girls!