Cara Delevingne has built a career (and a massive social media following) out of being unflaggingly authentic. Throughout her time in the spotlight, she’s used her celebrity status to draw attention to difficult topics — from mental health to sexual orientation to animal rights — with candor and insight. Now, with Gynecological Cancer Awareness month right around the corner, Cara is encouraging women to talk more openly about vaginal health.
The Suicide Squad actress is the new face of Lady Garden, a UK-based campaign run by a group of women, including her sister, Chloe, who founded the Gynecological Cancer Fund after experiencing a “bit of a scare with a pre-cancerous cell.” (The Delevingne power siblings could give the Olsens and Kardashians a serious run for their money.)
“She was very brave and spoke about it. It takes a lot of courage to talk about things like this. I think women need to be braver about it because otherwise people can be affected,” Cara explains in the campaign’s promo video. (more…)