The queen of pop gave a super-sweet shoutout to her LGBTQ+ fans, who’ve loved and supported her throughout her career.
“I love you so much, it hurts. Happy Pride Month,” Spears said before getting interrupted by boyfriend Sam Asghari.
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The actress and trans activist shared an important message about how Pride month has become commodified and corporatized, and needs to refocus back on marginalized people in the LGBTQIA community.
“It has to be about poor and working class trans, LGBTQIA people, people who are homeless during COVID-19,” she wrote. “So many homeless queer youth are struggling in ways that we can’t even imagine because of this virus.”
Cox ended her post by guiding her followers to go to Variety to read her complete thoughts on the change she wishes to see before adding hashtags, “#blacktranslivesmatter” and “#TransIsBeautiful”
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“Because your fight is also our fight. Sending love from this proud family to yours. Happy #pride everyone! 🌈” Aduba captioned this festive photo of herself and her family wearing matching rainbow jammies.
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This year, Lambert’s foundation made a sizable donation to the LGBTQ Freedom Fund “to assist and protect members of the community who have been arrested during these peaceful protests,” referring to the recent Black Lives Matter movement.
He added: “#blacklivesmatter #pride visit lgbtqfund.org for more info.”
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“Happy #Pride 2020 #LOVERS 💖,” the singer wrote. “It’s not Pride as we KNOW it, but I hope you all FEEL it! 🌈”
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Of course, Hilton had to go all out for her fans by recording a cover of Kim Petras’ song “Malibu” and filming a video for it.
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“Happy PRIDE month to my LGBTQIA friends! This is a month to celebrate and support,” the star wrote. “I love @trevorproject and @glsen for how they are helping young people. What about you?”
“🌈Also thank you for giving me a reason to wear this dress! 🏳️🌈,” she added.
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The actress spotlighted trans revolutionary Marsha P. Johnson in an Instagram clip, writing, “Marsha P. Johnson 🖤✊🏾She was a Black trans woman who fought for LGBTQ+ liberation.”
“When we celebrate #pride🌈 we should know our history and who precisely was leading and that was Black and Latina LGBTQ+ activists,” she continued. “#happypridemonth❤️💛💚💙💜”
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“Pride looks and feels different this year. And now, more than ever, it’s important to come together as a community to embrace our intersectionality, support one another, and remember that Pride is UNSTOPPABLE,” the star wrote on Instagram, before introducing the #UnstoppablePride Parade, “a virtual celebration to recognize the unstoppable spirit of Pride and elevate LGBTQ+ content in support of @GLAAD and @ctr4blackequity.”
Fans can enter their own strut videos to have a chance to be seen during the #UnstoppablePride Parade on UnstoppablePride.com.
He ended his message with, “Let me see that strut! 🌈 💕”
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In honor of Pride Month, the comedian has been releasing Pride-themed episodes of her podcast The Margaret Cho. Tune in today!
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“Queer liberation isn’t won until Black liberation is,” the Saturday Night Live star wrote. “Pride is a gift from BIPOC leaders, and I hope you take this month to commit yourself to fighting racist policy—laws/rules/processes that create racial inequity—for the rest of your life.”
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