- 50 Top LGBTQ Anthems: Critic's Picks (Updated 2018)
- Tomboy - It's OK to be Gay (lyrics)
- Glad to Be Gay
50 Top LGBTQ Anthems: Critic's Picks (Updated 2018)
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Ok 2 B Gay Lyrics: It's okay be gay, let's rejoice with the boys in the gay way / Hooray for This song has become one of several popular songs among the gay .
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Eight days before the 61st Grammy awards, the woman with the most nominations is on a beach in Mexico having a massage. But right now she is having a break from it all and reflecting on the fact that her sixth album, By The Way, I Forgive You, has gleaned six nominations, including in the three biggest categories of song, album and record of the year. The success of the pragmatic and political Carlile feels like the perfect rebuff. At 37, deep into a year career as a singer-songwriter of pop-rock, blues and folk, Carlile has a serene perspective on the Grammys. I would have got stressed out, not slept, got sick, drunk too much.
Tomboy - It's OK to be Gay (lyrics)
Glad to Be Gay
It's a known fact that literally every person who listened to "Buttons" during their formative years is now gay. If you play "Dirrty" in the room of a pregnant woman then that child will be born gay. It really works. Find me someone who listened to Danity Kane that isn't gay. That's because they don't exist. Most people don't know this, but the "That Don't Impress Me Much" video is gay propaganda designed to convert straight people to homosexuality. Willa Ford was basically a gay man trapped in a Britney Spears wannabe clone's body.
It is one of their defining songs,  in addition to being considered Britain's national gay anthem since its release. The song was originally written by Tom Robinson for a London gay pride parade in , inspired by the directness and confrontational style of the Sex Pistols. Robinson said that he wrote the song to the tune of Sara by Bob Dylan : "But I realised I couldn't rip off Dylan, so I wrote new music, added the chorus and gave it that more upbeat swing". In the first verse, it criticises the British police for raiding gay pubs for no reason at all after the decriminalisation of homosexuality by the Sexual Offences Act. In the second verse, it points to the hypocrisy of Gay News being prosecuted for obscenity instead of porn magazines like magazines Playboy or the tabloid The Sun which published photographs of topless girls on Page 3. It also criticises the way homosexual people are portrayed in other parts of the press, especially in conservative newspapers News of the World and Sunday Express. On the third verse, it points out the extreme consequences of homophobia , such as violence against LGBT people.