Taylor Swift is the cover of Vogue's September issue- which The Devil Wears Prada taught all of us is the most important of cover of them all, where she discusses everything from realising the need for her to become more vocal about LGBTQ+ rights and surviving the notorious Kim Kardashian "snake" era. The "ME!" singer even asks Wintour her thoughts on Swift copying her signature hairstyle back in 2016. In a new interview with Vogue, however, Swift explains that her decision to speak out stems from a conversation she had with her friend, dancer and choreographer Todrick Hall.
"Unfortunately in the 2016 election you had a political opponent who was weaponizing the idea of the celebrity endorsement", she says.
Continuing, she revealed that the "humiliating" experience caused her to have the realization that she needed to restructure her life "because it felt completely out of control". "It was the only way I could preserve my mental health", she shared. Still, slipped into a quote about why she recently decided to make her voice heard on the issue of gay rights is an admission from Swift about her sexuality.
In addition, Swift previewed a track called "The Man", a play on how she would be perceived by the public if she was a male.
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After thinking about it, the singer says she decided her involvement wouldn't have helped. "Or it just really made you feel like a cat", she quipped. "I don't think there are that many people who can actually understand what it's like to hear millions of people hate you very loudly", Swift told the fashion magazine.
Swift also opened up about how she mended her very public rivalry with Katy Perry after Perry sent Swift an actual olive branch (Perry went on to appear in Swift's video clip for You Need To Calm Down).
"It's a thought experiment of sorts: 'If I had made all the same choices, all the same mistakes, all the same accomplishments, how would it read", said Swift before once again previewing some lyrics: "I'd be a fearless leader".
Thrive indeed. Taylor's traded in her goth snake phase for rainbows and butterflies (which we're honestly pumped about) and is about to bestow another album on the world in a couple weeks. Look: The two lying women.