Stories about singers, groups, bands and musical acts who have something to say about the LGBT community, good or bad
Grammy Award-winning singer Kacey Musgraves made history when she became the first country artist to perform at the GLAAD Media Awards at Saturday's 25th Annual show at New York City's famed Waldorf Astoria.
Global superstar Kylie Minogue performed her hit "Can't Get You Out of My Head" with the crowd at the 25th Annual GLAAD Media Awards at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City.
Dan Haseltine, lead singer of the popular Christian folk rock band Jars of Clay, gained much attention last week when tweeted for three days about marriage equality and religion—but not all the attention was positive.
The United Nations Free & Equal campaign has shared another video promoting equality for LGBT people around the globe. This time, they are targeting India with a Bollywood-style video starring Indian actress Celina Jaitly.
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Earlier this year, Kasey Musgraves won Grammys for Best Country Song and Best Country Album. Now, she will make history by becoming the first country artist to perform at the New York GLAAD Media Awards.
Dan Haseltine is the lead singer of the popular Christian folk rock band, Jars of Clay. He's a songwriter, author, founder and board member of the non-profit Blood:Water Mission and, now, an ally to the LGBT community. Since Tuesday, he's been tweeting about marriage equality, loving LGBT people, and his Christian beliefs as support for being an ally.
Peruvian writer and Nobel laureate Mario Vargas Llosa recently drew international headlines when he criticized his country's Catholic Church for its stance on civil unions. Vargas Llosa described the church as "crassly ignorant" for saying that homosexuality was against the natural order and said passing civil unions would make Peru a more "decent" country. A libertarian and internationally read author, Vargas Llosa has spoken before in support of marriage equality.