Stand with Kacey Musgraves against anti-LGBT hate #FollowYourArrow

Grammy Award-winning country music artist Kacey Musgraves will be performing at the GLAAD Media Awards in New York City this weekend, and ahead of the performance she's taking some heat from at least one anti-LGBT activist. 

Kevin Swanson, director of something called 'Generations with Vision,' suggested that Kacey would be killed if she sang her pro-LGBT anthem "Follow Your Arrow" in the past. Swanson said, "If she had sang [sic] that thing in a country bar in the 1920s or 1880s in Denver, Colorado, somebody would’ve called for a rope... She would not have made it out of town. In the 1880s, 1920s, 1940s or the 1960s. But things have changed my friends."

Now, we don't like people talking that way about our friend, Kacey, who has consistently shown her support for equality. She's encouraged her fans to 'love who you love,' and she was even been a Spirit Day Ambassador last year, voicing her support for LGBT youth. We want to thank her by showing as much support for her as possible. Join us and show your support for Kacey by tweeting to @KaceyMusgraves. Make sure to include the hashtag #FollowYourArrow. Let's show Kacey that we appreciate her strong support for the LGBT community!

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