Model Lottie Moss Announces She Is ‘Pansexual’

MYKONOS, GREECE - JULY 29: Lottie Moss dances during Velocity Black party on July 29, 2017 in Mykonos, Greece. (Photo by Milos Bicanski/Getty Images for Velocity Black)
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British model Lottie Moss has come out to the world as “pansexual,” meaning she’s attracted romantically to anyone regardless of whether they are a man, a woman, a man who identifies as a woman, or a woman who identifies as a man.

Lottie Moss — who is the younger sister of model Kate Moss — announced her pansexuality during an Instagram Q&A.

“I’m pansexual so I don’t really mind any gender — it kinda changes every day as well. It depends on who I meet,” said Moss in her Instagram Q&A, according to a report by the Daily Mail.

While Moss, who made her runway debut in 2015 at Paris Fashion Week at the age of 17, has revealed that she is open to dating anyone, she has the phrase “Not Yours” tattooed just above her butt. “I was dating a guy and he really pissed me off and I went and got a ‘Not Yours’ tattoo to say fuck you, and now we’re broken up,” Lottie Moss said explaining the reason behind the tattoo.

 

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Moss is not the only one having recently propagated the idea of pansexuality in front of a young and impressionable audience.

In 2015, former Disney Channel star Miley Cyrus announced that she was pansexual, stating, “I’m very open about it — I’m pansexual.”

Pansexuality has also appeared in Hollywood blockbusters, such as Solo: A Star Wars Story, as Hollywood screenwriter Jonathan Kasdan said in 2018 that the iconic Star Wars character Lando Calrissian is a pansexual.

The sexual orientation has also popped up in the Emmy-winning sitcom Schitt’s Creek via actor and star Dan Levy’s character David.

“My son is pansexual,” said Eugene Levy’s character Johnny, who plays David’s father in an episode of Schitt’s Creek. “He loves everyone. Men, women, women who become men, men who become women.”

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