Model Josephine Skriver has joined the Family Equality Council’s Outspoken Generation Program, which supports and represents LGBT parents and their children.
Opening up to Vogue, Skriver said, “I have always been super proud of my parents. They raised me with unconditional love and helped me become the person I am today. Now it’s important for me to use my voice to help the world understand and become more open minded about LGBT families. I am proud to join the Family Equality Council’s Program.”
The Danish model, who has worked with high profile fashion houses like Ralph Lauren, Chanel and Dolce & Gabbana, was raised by a lesbian mother and gay after. In the announcement she commented on her upbringing mentioning how her mother placed an advert in a gay publication seeking a man who wanted children.
She also spoke about her childhood and how she grew up in two seperate loving homes. For more information about the Family Equality Council visit: http://www.familyequality.org/