What have your fave LGBTQI stars been up to?
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This year’s Pride season has already been filled with some unforgettable moments, with more surely to come. Join us in catching up on what some of our fave LGBTQI celebs have been getting up to this month.
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In a queerstory making Netflix special, Stand Out: An LGBTQ+ Celebration, multiple LGBTQI comedians, actors and changemakers took to the stage to serve up some comedy which served up queer joy and also addressed the political climate we are seeing across the globe.
The one and only Lesbian Jesus performed at The Royal Albert Hall’s Proud & Loud on Saturday 4 June, an event marks 50 years since the first Pride Protest.
She also looked out of this world as Teen Vogue’s cover star!
Hayley’s other half, Becca, shared this cute picture of the happy couple. Becca recently opened up about what it was like coming out, so we’re delighted to see her smiling this Pride.
Vico shared their excitement that Our Flag Means Death will be getting a second season. We can’t wait to see more of the swashbuckling non-binary pirate, Jim.
The Pitch Perfect and Senior Year star introduced the world to her girlfriend!
Our fave bicon shared this gorgeous image of herself and her fiancée, Kam, whilst wishing everyone a happy Pride.
Could the cover star of Variety’s Power Of Pride issue be any more incredible?
The fabulous drag queen kicked off pride by co-hosting this year’s Rainbow Honours with Julian Clary.
Cat and Sam Smith released their collaborative version of Go. Be sure to listen, if you haven’t already!
Everybody’s favourite “free ass motherfucker” served up afrofuturism and joy at this year’s WeHo Pride. With the promise of “more gay things to come”.
The L Word: Gen Q star shared a rainbow whilst reminding people to vote.
The herstory making trailblazing actor shared this gorgeous collage of her wearing her colours with pride.
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