As part of The Economist’s Pride & Prejudice LGBTQ Summit last week, Amber Heard spoke with The Economist’s deputy editor, Tom Standage, about how Hollywood has changed since she came out as bisexual in 2010. “It was definitely difficult, because no one had done it, but I stand here now in 2017 amongst many of my working romantic leading lady peers who are out and leading completely fluid, out lives.”

While it has been harder for leading men to come out, Heard believes that’s only because so few of them have tried. She urged them to challenge the status quo, saying, “If every gay man I know personally came out in Hollywood tomorrow… then this would be a nonissue in a month.”

You can watch the full interview here:

Heard responded to a question about social media by revealing that she finally has an Instagram account. She told Standage, “I’m catching up with the times. I’m about a decade late, I realize.”

She’s off to a great start. Here are a few of the pics she’s posted so far:

Got Friday?

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When your BFF wants to leave but your favorite song comes on 14 times in a row.

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