Harry Styles Doesn't Consider LGBTQ Rights a 'Political' Issue: 'Equality Feels Much More Fundamental'

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Harry Styles doesn't believe in reducing equality to a partisan issue.

The "Sign of the Times" singer appeared on French talk show, Quotidien, on Wednesday, where he opened up about his reluctance to delve into politics while remaining adamantly supportive of women's rights, as well as the LGBTQ community.

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"To me, I think anything that brings people together is better than things that pull people a part," the 24-year-old Brit answered, when asked to comment on last year's Brexit vote. "I don't really comment on politics."

Pressed further by the host regarding his pro-equality stances for women and the LGBTQ community, Styles explained that, to him, those are two different things.

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"That doesn't feel like politics to me," he explained. "I think stuff like equality feels much more fundamental. I feel like everyone is equal."

Watch more of the interview below.

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Meanwhile, Styles recently opened up about his ex, Taylor Swift, for the first time, addressing the 1989 singer's songs that are rumored to be about him.

Watch the video below.

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