She doesn’t hold back on her Twitter feed or to her passionate 1.1 million followers on Instagram about what she believes and what she thinks is right ".“If I wasn’t an actor, I’d love to be a politician,” Lotz said. “It is somewhere that you can really create change.” She has always been attracted to youth leaders around the world utilizing social media to start movements and have a voice. In late January, Lotz participated in the Women’s March on Washington via Vancouver, Columbia. She posted an Instagram PSA writing, “March with us for women, for men, for #lgbt rights, and love.”"
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