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Political Affiliation

PLEASE SWIPE!! Our democracy is strongest when everyone’s voice is heard. This is the most important election in a generation and YOUR vote counts. Your MP works for you so make sure you have your say about who deserves to represent you. See you at the ballot box 12th December! #VoteLabour

Dua Lipa said, on her Instagram

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Abortion

Pro-Choice

10 May 2022

Do you want to keep abortion safe and legal in the US? Join a protest. Use your vote. Donate. Here are some organizations doing incredible work to secure reproductive rights that you could consider supporting. Abortion is currently still legal in the US, so in case you need to access abortion services yourself, we have also included some resources that can help you. @service95

Dua Lipa said, on her Instagram

Pro-Choice

26 Aug 2019

Dua Lipa Joined Planned Parenthood’s #BansOffMyBody campaign. She signed on the "Band Together, Bans Off” ad that appeared on the August 24 issue of Billboard.

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Climate Change

Dua Lipa signed an open letter asking Congress to pass President Biden’s Build Back Better Bill.

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Elections

Encourages Voting

11 May 2020

To be really honest, you know, we’re all living in one world and the world is just getting smaller and smaller. […] When you think about it, the responses in the US to climate change, to refugees, to the pandemic affect the whole world. I think it’s really important to understand that we’re all going through this together. We all want to see change, we all want to see equality and I really believe that voting is so incredibly important. The young generation needs to get out and vote and we need to make sure our voices are heard, and I know it’s not the be-all and end-all of seeing change, but I think it’s incredibly, incredibly important. That’s something that I champion a lot.

Dua Lipa said, in an interview on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

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Health Care

And so I think what we should do is we should all give a massive massive round of applause and give Boris a message that we all support a fair pay rise for our frontline.

Dua Lipa said, in her Brit Awards acceptance speech

Senator I wanted to ask you as someone who’s grown up with healthcare, healthcare that’s free at the point of use, I find it so hard to understand why people aren’t protesting for universal health care? [...] I think you know it’s it’s so sad the fact that during the pandemic people have lost so many jobs but then it’s completely unfathomable the fact that you also lose your health care.

Dua Lipa said, in a conversation with Bernie Sanders

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Immigration

Seeing the refugee situation at the moment makes me quite upset, especially everything to do with Brexit, because I feel like young kids from all over the world won’t have the same opportunities that I did.

Dua Lipa said, in an interview with ITV News

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Kosovo Independence

[…] misinterpreted by [some] who promote ethnic separatism, which I completely reject. Because of my parents and their background, I feel like I’ve always been quite outspoken. It does come and bite me in the arse a lot of the time, because people just go, ‘OK, you’re a singer, what do you know?’ But I think it’s an understanding of how small the world is getting, how what happens in America is going to affect the U.K., is going to affect the rest of the world.

Dua Lipa said, in an interview with Billboard

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LGBTQ+

LGBTQ+ Supporter

28 Jul 2021

I’m surprised and horrified at DaBaby’s comments. I really don’t recognize this as the person I worked with. I know my fans know where my heart lies and that I stand 100% with the LGBTQ community. We need to come together to fight the stigma and ignorance around HIV and Aids.

Dua Lipa said, in her Instagram story, expressing her view on DaBaby’s HIV comments

Some of us have been fortunate to spend some precious time with loved ones but for some in the LGBTQ community the impact has been much more profound. That might be the case for young people who are getting to grips with their sexuality and making life-changing decisions about when and how to come out. A lot of my LGBTQ friends have talked to me about what a vulnerable time this was for them and how they relied on the support of their friends to get them through which was particularly important if they didn’t feel like they had the support at home.

Dua Lipa said, at the Attitude Awards

I have a massive group of friends and [members of] my team who are part of the LGBTQ community, who have inspired me so much and taught me so much – they’re all my role models in life. […] To be able to use my platform to spread awareness, show support, talk about it, to make people feel seen, heard and safe, [to] communicate with charities and try to do my part as much as I can… I see that as my duty.

Dua Lipa said, in an interview with Attitude Magazine

LGBTQ+ Supporter

26 Jun 2020

To mark the end of Pride, I did an interview on the Today Show this morning about why I support The Trevor Project. The reasons behind my support for this amazing organisation didn’t make it to the final edit which was upsetting to me as I thought it was very important for everyone to truly know about the lifesaving service The Trevor Project provides. So I am sharing the reasons for my support for them here. Getting to grips with your sexuality as a young person can be daunting under any circumstances and for some LGTBQ+ youth it can be a period of real trauma. It can be a very vulnerable time to go through and the sad fact is that some don’t survive it. The Trevor Project provides 24/7 crisis support in the US through phone, chat and text services.

Dua Lipa said, on her Instagram

June is Pride month for the LGBTQ community. We must come together to secure the safety of black LGBTQ people in jail and immigration detention. With 1 in 2 transgender prisoners sexually abused it is incredibly important to get them released as quick as possible.

Dua Lipa said, in a tweet

I will stand by you all for your love and beliefs and I am proud and grateful that you felt safe enough to show your pride at my show. What you did takes a lot of bravery. I always want my music to bring strength, hope and unity. I was horrified by what happened and I send love to all my fans involved.

Dua Lipa said, in a tweet, talking about fans ejected from her concert because of waving LGBT flags

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Racism

I personally, I feel very deeply about black lives matter and seeing justice for police brutality.

Dua Lipa said, in a conversation with Bernie Sanders

Dua Lipa Joined the Black Lives Matter Protest in London.

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Women's Rights

I just feel like, if you’re a feminist, you have to also support women in all fields of work. […] We have to support sex workers, we have to believe that that [work] is their choice and their right. It seems quite hypocritical, I think, people picking and choosing as to how they want to support women and when it suits them. That’s another form of misogyny, which really derives from the male gaze.

Dua Lipa said, in an interview with Rolling Stone

For a female artist, it takes a lot more to be taken seriously if you’re not sat down at a piano or with a guitar, you know? For a male artist, people instantly assume they write their own music, but for women, they assume it’s all manufactured. […] Even from school, growing up with kiss chase or whatever, it’s been ingrained in our heads that boys will be boys and its harmless fun and no big deal and to brush things off. […] I’m lucky in that I haven’t really had any sexual harassment in any way. But I think [#MeToo] is so important. [...] For lots of females, be it actresses, singers, models, no matter what it is, it’s not being able to have the right to dress and wear how and what you want and be taken seriously.

Dua Lipa said, in an interview with GQ

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