Love Is Not A Choice
What is the LGBT rights movement?
The LGBT rights movement started around the 1970s, and is still a fight for equality today.
Often associated with "R!ot Grrrl" which is known to be a sub-genre of "Queer Punk" and is also an LGBT rights movement geared towards specifically female gender/sex.
Across The Universe
Influences in the Media.
In the 1970s celebrities such as Iggy Pop or David Bowie have portrayed themselves as other genders or sexualities;to bring awareness into the era, and they definitely received unnecessary hate.
Even today celebrities such as
- Gerard Way (Who wrote "Television all the time" for Leelah Alcorn)
- Pete Wentz (Who brought awareness in the 2000s by saying "I am a f*g" and writing "G.I.N.A.S.F.S"
- Caitlyn Jenner (Formerly Bruce Jenner, and Olympian, whom came out transgender.)
- Laverne Cox (First African American Transgender woman to win an award for acting)
- Ellen DeGeneres (Who constantly defends Gay rights, because she herself is a lesbian)
- Halsey (A "tri-bi" performer bisexual,biracial,and bipolar)
- Tegan and Sara (Gay musicians)
- Ray Toro (Who also released a song as support for transgender fans, Leelah Alcorn in particular)
- Elton John
- Janis Joplin
- Sam Smith
- Freddie Mercury
- Adam Lambert
Gerard Way - Television All The Time (Bonus Track) [Japanese Edition] by TheBlackParade MCR