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5 Gay Magazines You Should Be Reading
Gay prisoners in Nazi concentration camps were forced to wear the pink triangle to show that they were homosexuals, which meant that they often received worse treatment and as a result were less likely to survive the camps. Uplifting, inspirational, and fantastically cool, these are some queer artists you should be listening to. They follow in the footsteps of the musicians that we all grew up listening to in the back of car like Freddie Mercury and George Michael, amongst several others. Her shows are minimalist and her songs are bursting with expression, urging her listeners to be themselves. She is currently in the process of making her second album, as is Sivan. It started as a weekly newsletter and nightlife guide for NYC and in expanded to a beautifully designed print magazine.
He funnelled the pain from his first love into his music and has become renowned in the Hip Hop world. Yet, there have been so many incredible queer artists who have been taking the music industry by storm. Hopefully, it will be as progressive and filled with her abounding creativity, just as the last was. Gay prisoners in Nazi concentration camps were forced to wear the pink triangle to show that they were homosexuals, which meant that they often received worse treatment and as a result were less likely to survive the camps. Haring dedicated his art and the two last years of his life to creating awareness and fostering understanding about AIDS. Read the full disclosure policy. Their covers are certainly a bit more edgy than other gay magazines, focusing on the fringes of the LGBT and queer scenes—often overlooked by the other publications on this list.