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  1. Hey Exhale! Pride is this weekend in Denver and I was inspired to create a playlist. Hope you all celebrate how far we have come as a gay community and be safe! Any straight members can celebrate by throwing beads at us and we will show you our teeeties Hope y'll enjoy!
  2. As a thank you to devoted fans of my work and to celebrate the last week of Pride month, I've decided to drop PRIDE Track 1. "countdown" Track 2. "inspired ..." Track 3. "pride" Enjoy! Pssss: I apologize for my last post. 😘!!! - JayTawndré
  3. Free Britney movement members and fans took the NYC streets for PRIDENEY parade celebrating britney’s freedom. Britney’s wardrobe designer Claudette attended. Were you there?
  4. From The Washington Post: Two killed in Oslo nightlife-district shooting on eve of Pride parade. At least two people were killed and more than a dozen injured after a shooting overnight Friday in an LGBTQ nightclub in central Oslo, local police said. The shooting took place at the London Pub, which bills itself as the “gay headquarters since 1979,” Norwegian public broadcaster NRK reported. The Pride Parade is set to be held in Oslo on Saturday. Police are also investigating two other venues — a bar near London Pub and a fast-food restaurant — in connection with the shooting, according to Norwegian newspaper Aftenposten. A spokeswoman for Oslo University Hospital told The Washington Post that the facility received seven patients, with one other person sent to a hospital outside the Norwegian capital. Eleven people who suffered minor injuries were sent to local emergency rooms, she said. Law enforcement said they had taken a person into custody near the scene of the shooting. They have not commented on a possible motive, though a police official told NRK that they did not currently believe it was a terrorist incident and the evidence suggests there was a lone gunman. London Pub is located in the vicinity of the Storting, Norway’s legislature. It has hosted Pride-related celebrations for years and on Thursday held a drag show and a Pride-themed bingo session. Oslo Pride organizers wrote on social media early Saturday that they were shocked by the incident and are in contact with police. Law enforcement is assessing the potential impact of the shooting on the Saturday parade, Aftenposten reported. Norway has some of Europe’s more gay-friendly laws. Earlier this year, Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Store marked the 50th anniversary of the country’s decriminalization of male same-s** relations by formally apologizing for its past treatment of the LGBTQ community.
  5. Lana photographed celebrating Pride Month at LGBTQ+ dedicated picnic, she quotes: “I’m just happy to be here with all my girls, we have the best girls in town right here.”
  6. Sources tell Variety that Xtina has recruited Mya for a mini reunion of their hit “Lady Marmalade” and that members of the national touring company of the “Moulin Rouge!” stage musical will be accompanying them. Aguilera is said to be planning an hour-long set for her LGBTQ fans. Xtina is also working out the details on some more surprises during her show. https://variety.com/2022/scene/columns/christina-aguilera-lady-marmalade-lgbtq-pride-1235288758/
  7. Cher & Donatella Versace unite for Pride Month as CHERSACE!
  8. [PARIS, France] Yesterday, Saturday June 26th, thousands during a recent LGBTQ2+ Pride March sang “Oops… I did it Again” in light of the #FreeBritney movement. It’s amazing Britney’s reach and how many people globally care about her. ❤️❤️❤️ https://twitter.com/britneyvibess/status/1409181385034809346?s=20 Related:
  9. Not sure if someone has posted this yet, there’s so many new topics, posts and coverage it’s hard to keep up. But I recently started to see this making the rounds: It is apparently from this past weekend at NYC Pride, USA. It’s the first time I saw it. I don’t know how to properly embed Twitter posts/videos in a post so @Slayer or someone who wants to post about it properly… lol. See link below! https://twitter.com/itsbritneyspain/status/1409628002359549954?s=20 https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMdaRAoh4/
  10. Tatiana, a Mexican singer and actress who since the 90's decided to leave her pop career behind and become "La Reina de los Niños" singing children's songs, has made a collaboration with Miss Velvetine to release a medley of covers titled Be Proud. It includes the songs Strong Enough, Babylon and Vogue. This is kind of a big deal because typically in Mexico we haven't seen this kind of openness until very recently, and especially not from artists that are dedicated to the children. In fact, she got a lot of hate comments from her followers, "concerned parents" and religion fanatics that were upset about her "succumbing to the entertainment industry" and betraying her essence. She exposed some of these comments in a following post, and didn't hesitate to remind people why there's still need to raise awareness and keep educating the new generations. Besides dedicating most of her career to the kids, she's also been an advocate against the violence against women, since she herself experience the abuse in the hands of her ex-husband, who had her captive in her own house until she literally escaped by jumping the wall. When she first revealed her story, people didn't believe her and mocked her, and it wasn't until years later that her remarks started to be taken seriously. She's considered the pioneer in Mexico in the genre dedicated to children's songs that are produced with the same quality of pop artists. With her multiple tv shows and albums she released through the years, she became the staple of every kid's party or kindergarten recitals.
  11. Flesh Tone, the fifth studio album by American singer Kelis, was released 11 years ago in the spring of 2010 by Interscope Records. A distinct departure from the R&B/Hip-Hop sound of her previous albums, the mastering on this project features heavy hitters like David Guetta, Boys Noize, Burns, will.i.am, and Benny Benassi. The album is VERY 2010, but in some ways ahead of its time (seriously!). With EDM dominating the airwaves back then, it's amazing how many people slept on this record! I loved playing Flesh Tone during my summer 2010 outings. I wasn't out yet, but the album found me before I left for college (and started... you know... experimenting ). While the album is "an ode to motherhood", re-listening to this album during Pride Month 2021 has made me realize how many songs are dedicated to embracing your identity and "emancipating" yourself -- a message I was struggling with, if not suppressing. Clocking under just 40 minutes with nine tracks (plus stellar interludes), I submit Flesh Tone is a lost gem of the 2010s. Competing for the same radio play as Ke$Ha, Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Nicki Minaj, and hell, even Justin Bieber, I feel as though Kelis got lost in the mix. This is quite unfortunate considering at how fun this record is and how great Kelis is at flawlessly hopping from the slinky production of Pharrell Williams to the booming bass of the Benassi Bros. Not many artists can genre hop like that. Disappointed with Flesh Tone's performance, she left Interscope and joined a British independent label, Ninja Tune, for the release of Food, a soul album with a diverse musical style incorporating funk and Afrobeat. It was very much a passion project, embracing her roots and saying farewell to mainstream dance pop. But I don't think Flesh Tone is bad or even dated. In fact, I like it more than I did 11 years ago. What do you think of Flesh Tone? Is it a good record? Does it stand the test of time? Or is it a ? ***In May 2021, Kelis announced that she was likely to title her upcoming seventh studio album, Sound Mind, and I'm here for it. Midnight Snacks, is thought to be the lead single. Sounds like old Tasty Kelis to me.***
  12. Happy pride month to all my brothers and sisters, I am so happy to be a part of our amazing community. I wake up every single morning thankful to be who I am. I love being gay! I hope in my next life times I am gay again and again and forever. Share with me a good bop to celebrate this amazing time for us.
  13. It’s obvious that Katy Perry and the Gays™ don’t have the strongest relationship but that doesn’t change the fact Katy is an ally She teased the “I Kissed A Girl” part of a greatest hits remix of “Daisies” on her IG. UPDATE: She released it with a music video on YouTube Edit: Apparently there’s no lyrics change and I’ll consider seeing an ear doctor after all this Corona mess
  14. I guess it’s proof she’s not locked away for anyone who seriously believed a repost of an old yahoo article.... also I love how she insists on using that filter on every single video
  15. Even though Covid-19 postponed or cancelled pride festivals in general, we can still celebrate our month.. I want the members to make a thread of their favorite pride anthem. Let's spread some positivity.. I chose Spice Up Your Life by the British fav five Spice Girls. Happy Pride month! 30 days of Anthems. Spice up your life By The fab five Spice Girls In what is considered the girls second signature song after Wannabe. Spice up your life is basically inviting us to a global celebration where all we need is positivity. Even the shout out pre chorus is like a call in arms. Colours of the World. Spice up your life Every boy and every girl Spice up your life People of the world Spice up your life.. The chorus is like a dance as well Slam it to the left. If you're having a good time. Shake it to the right Let me know if you feel fine. Chicas to the front Go round. And after another round of the dance. The girls say yes in three different languages Hi (Japanese) Si (Spanish) Jai (German) Hold tight. Then they talk about celebrating all walks of life in the second verse. From kung fu fighting to dancing queens, to a yellow man in timbuktu, tribal spacemen and all that's in between. And in the third version. They celebrate global celebrations of dance Flamenco, Lambada. To mel B proudly claiming But hip hop is harder. To Victoria paying tribute to Michael Jackson and vaudeville dancing that we can do a moonwalk to the foxtrot.. Then Emma proudly. Then we polka to the salsa. If that wasn't loud. We are advised to shake it shake shake it. And a very hi ya kick with a very exotic. Arriba arriba. Spice up your life is definitely a perfect way to kick off Pride.. It's a celebration of all types of walks of life of the LGBTQ community. We aren't 3 dimensional nor are we the stereotypes the media or the gay media as well portray us. I really would love exhale members to make a post of their favorite LGBT anthem. It will be fun. To see some of your favorite inspirational anthems.
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