Kristen Stewart Popped On Dylan Meyer's Instagram for the Best Reason

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Kristen Stewart's girlfriend, screenwriter Dylan Meyer, offered the Twilight alum the chance to participate in National Voter Registration Day on Instagram today — and since Stewart doesn't have an account of her own, she had a cameo on Meyer's. Without social media accounts of her own, Stewart's legion of fans had the chance to hear what she had to say about the importance of voting in the upcoming election.

"I turned the mic over to Kristen because she had some things to say and doesn't have her own account," Meyer wrote. "Happy #nationalvoterregistrationday!"

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Meyer's photo shows Stewart in a white VOTE T-shirt and aimed her PSA at "anyone that might need to let out a little aggression today." She implored Meyer's followers to inform themselves on important issues, like climate change, systemic racism, and freedom of speech, all things that are earning headlines this year.

"I never do this but for anyone who has not registered to vote please take this opportunity to feel HEARD. And not hopeless. I am voting because I WANT to believe in our country," Stewart's message reads. "Because I believe in climate change. I believe in systemic racism. I believe in freedom of speech and the right to assemble. I believe in gun control. I believe that women have a right to make choices about their own bodies. I believe people have the right to live and love and identify however they feel in their hearts without fear. I believe that people care about each other. So try and have a lovely Tuesday and vote for your fucking lives"

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Stewart has opened up about her political leanings before, telling Harper's Bazaar, "It's obviously terrible what's happening, but at the same time, it feels good to be part of a wider female community that is finally standing up for itself. I've never felt such a strong sense of community."