Chloë Grace Moretz has opened up to NYLON magazine about the homophobic bullying her two brothers faced growing up gay. Speaking to the mag, Mortez said she believes, ‘No one should care what your sexual orientation is,’ adding that she would often stand up for her two brothers when they faced bullying from their classmates.

"To see my brothers struggle with the anxiety of having to come out was awful," Mortez said. The actress, who is the youngest of four children, was in middle school when her brothers Trevor and Colin came out as gay.

"At 11, you're incredibly observant and realizing what society is, and who you are, and people are kissing boys or girls for the first time, and you're really starting to understand what sexuality is," she added.

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"The problem is we live in a society where we have to say the words, 'I'm coming out.' No one should care what your sexual orientation is, what color your skin is, or if you're a man or a woman, People would call them the F-word, and I would get so angry."

"It was really hard to see my brothers be hated on or bullied, so I stood up for them. We shouldn't be using these terms to create more labels and segregate us further apart than we already are." But for the 18 year old, standing up for LGBT rights has always run in the family.

"Back when my mom was in college, when things were more taboo, she had lots of gay and trans friends, people of all shapes, sizes, and colors. So we were a very open household,” Mortez added.

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"My mom tells us people asked her, 'Why are you letting your son run around in a pink Power Ranger costume?' Her answer was: 'Because he wants to wear it, and it makes him smile. Why would I take that away from him?'"

The actress was also inspired by her mother to fight for women’s rights, describing herself as ‘a feminist since birth’. “I think feminism is about strong women being who they want to be and fighting for equality on all accounts,” Mortez added. “It’s not about men being demolished to bring women higher up in the world. I think that’s incredibly misconstrued.”