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Stories about singers, groups, bands and musical acts who have something to say about the LGBT community, good or bad
Last week, transgender women and allies took to the media to talk about the stigmatizing of men who are attracted to transgender women, and its repercussions.
KOKUMỌ, an African-American transgender woman, artist, and activist, has released the official music video for her song, There Will Come a Day, which premiered today on Huffington Post Gay Voices.
Super-diva and LGBT ally Cher, has turned down an invitation to attend and sing at the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia. The singing star cited Russia's anti-LGBT laws and violence against LGBT people as the reason she will not participate.
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Singer Joyce DiDonato will dedicate her performance at the Last Night of the Proms to those affected by anti-LGBT sentiment in Russia.
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Mary Lambert, the out singer-songwriter behind the chorus on the Macklemore hit "Same Love" and full track extension "She Keeps Me Warm," spoke with GLAAD about how her life has changed since "Same Love" and "She Keeps Me Warm," her poetry book 500 Tips For Fat Girls, and what is next on the horizon. Lambert will perform at GLAAD Manhattan on September 12.
Chicago based singer-songwriter Stephen Leonard recently released the video for his newest single and he will be performing at next week's Champaign-Urbana Pride Fest. Get to know more about him now.