Why People Are Petitioning Cara Delevingne's 'Vogue' Interview

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After Cara Delevingne opened up about being in love with her girlfriend Annie Clarke for the July issue of Vogue, some people from the LGBT commmunity are offended. But it's not Cara they're upset with...it's the author of the article for suggesting her lesbian love is "just a phase."

"Her parents seem to think girls are just a phase for Cara, and they may be correct," the writer notes after Cara confesses she's happily in love with the St. Vincent singer. Now there's a petition titled Tell Vogue Magazine: Being LGBT Isn't A "Phase" and it has more than 13,300 signatures.

"Peole are quick to assume queer women's identities are a 'phase' and to refuse to recognize the important relationships in their lives...Vogue should have taken this opportunity to combat negative stereotypes, not reinforce them," it reads. The petition is requesting an apology from the magazine for the "insensitive, offensive" interview.

Cara hasn't commented on the controvery so far...
Cara DelevingneBut considering she was Tweeting the mag cover and link to the story on social media, she didn't seem have an issue with the author's comment herself.

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