Music Posts Tagged as 'Coming Out'
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Jason Mraz Opens Up About His 'Two Spirit' Sexuality: 'I've Had Experiences With Men'
Jason Mraz is opening up about his sexuality.
The “I’m Yours” singer, 41, revealed in an interview with Billboard that his wife of three years, Christina Carano, helped him embrace his sexual identity, which he explored during their relationship.
“I’ve had experiences with men, even while I was dating the woman who became my wife,” he said.
Thirty Seconds to Mars
We Are Animals
They were treated inhumanely but found a way to be tender, just like animals. Freedom is the celebration. 22-Feb-2018
Who are You
The loneliness around him
Love chose for him. 13-Jan-2018
Rostam Batmanglij: ‘I Have a Problem with Musicians Who Never Want to Come Out’
Rostam Batmanglij (seen above in a behind-the-scenes image from Charli XCX’s “Boys” video), the former Vampire Weekend bandmate whose new solo album Half-Light is out, spoke with John Norris at The Daily Beast in a wide-ranging interview, some of which had to do with queer themes in his music and coming out.
He told Norris that he believes artists should be able to come out on their own time, but that they should come out.
LCD Soundsystem's Gavin Russom Comes Out as Trans Woman
When Gavin Russom DJs at Berlin Nightclub in Chicago next week, it will inevitably be a celebration of coming out, performing her first set as an out transgender woman.
The founding member of LCD Soundsystem, which finished a tour of festivals last year and is out with a new album later this year, shared a new photo of herself today as part of the flyer for Thursday’s Femme’s Room party at Berlin. The party is known for celebrating all identities and forms of femme expression.
GRIZ COMES OUT PUBLICLY AS GAY AND DISCUSSES EARLY STRUGGLES IN TOUCHING OP-ED
Detroit DJ and producer GRiZ has published a new op-ed on Huffington Post publicly announcing for the first time that he identifies as gay.
The telling gives intimate details of his early conflicts coping with his identity as a homosexual teen and how with time he has learned to proudly stand in the spotlight as a member of the LGBT community.
The written commentary is a heartbreaking disclosure charting the DJ's bold attempts to battle his sexuality through hiding, lying and the use of prescription medication.