Posts Tagged: LGBT

Why Janelle Monae & Erykah Badu’s “Q.U.E.E.N” is Helping Destroy the Gender Binary

“Even if it makes others uncomfortable, I will love who I am”, chants Monae on her new single, “Q.U.E.E.N” with the infamous and captivating Badu. With a video that portrays the powerful duo as space rebels frozen in time by

Why Janelle Monae & Erykah Badu’s “Q.U.E.E.N” is Helping Destroy the Gender Binary

“Even if it makes others uncomfortable, I will love who I am”, chants Monae on her new single, “Q.U.E.E.N” with the infamous and captivating Badu. With a video that portrays the powerful duo as space rebels frozen in time by

Best in 2012 – Frank Ocean Opens Up About Life and Sexuality in Channel Orange

An unexpected turn came for the 25-year-old this year when he ended up releasing his major label debut, channel ORANGE. The first bits of controversy came when a music reviewer cited bits of lyrics in songs like ‘Forrest Gump” and

Best in 2012 – Frank Ocean Opens Up About Life and Sexuality in Channel Orange

An unexpected turn came for the 25-year-old this year when he ended up releasing his major label debut, channel ORANGE. The first bits of controversy came when a music reviewer cited bits of lyrics in songs like ‘Forrest Gump” and

Clayton Hawkins’ ‘PIXELS’ & the Possible Realities of a Successful Gay Male Pop Star.

Let’s say it now – Clayton Hawkins is a pop artist who is a dude who happens to like dudes. There’s no big reveal with smoke and mirrors and odd throwing back between “he” and “she” pronouns in his songs

Clayton Hawkins’ ‘PIXELS’ & the Possible Realities of a Successful Gay Male Pop Star.

Let’s say it now – Clayton Hawkins is a pop artist who is a dude who happens to like dudes. There’s no big reveal with smoke and mirrors and odd throwing back between “he” and “she” pronouns in his songs

“Gay Rap” and Why Mykki Blanco’s Changing the Rules of Music

Mykki Blanco may have built a following within art communities and within the hipster scene during the last couple of years, but something that separates the aspiring 25-year-old from the rest of the alternative music community is that Blanco, also known as Michael David Quattlebaum Jr.,

“Gay Rap” and Why Mykki Blanco’s Changing the Rules of Music

Mykki Blanco may have built a following within art communities and within the hipster scene during the last couple of years, but something that separates the aspiring 25-year-old from the rest of the alternative music community is that Blanco, also known as Michael David Quattlebaum Jr.,