Miley Cyrus has launched a new campaign to help promote her Happy Hippie Foundation. The singer and philanthropist is partnering with Instagram on 'InstaPride,' which will celebrate transgender and "gender expansive" individuals on the photo sharing app. InstaPride launched Monday on the platform with 19-year-old film student Leo Sheng, who has been documenting his transition. InstaPride will run for two weeks and follows the success of Cyrus' partnership with Facebook which featured Cyrus and her friends performing covers of classic songs in her backyard. Joan Jett, Ariana Grande and Against Me!'s Laura Jane Grace were just a few guests featured over the course of the Backyard Sessions, which also helped raise awareness for Happy Hippie Foundation. The foundation's goal is to aid homeless youth, especially more vulnerable populations such as the LGBT youth community.
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