Taylor Swift lends support to LGBTQ+ community during Pride month at Chicago concert

Taylor Swift lends support to LGBTQ community during Pride month
Taylor Swift lends assist to LGBTQ+ neighborhood throughout Pleasure month at Chicago live performance

Taylor Swift used her platform to honor Pleasure month and encourage her followers to face up in opposition to discriminatory laws.

Addressing the group at Soldier Discipline stadium, throughout her Eras Tour cease in Chicago, Swift expressed that her live performance was a secure and celebratory house for the LGBTQ+ neighborhood.

“I’m looking tonight, I’m seeing so many unbelievable people who’re residing authentically and fantastically, and this can be a secure house for you,” Swift stated.

“It is a celebratory house for you. One of many issues that makes me really feel so prideful is attending to be with you and watching you work together with one another, being so loving and so considerate and so caring.”

She counseled the neighborhood for residing authentically and supporting one another with love and acceptance.

Swift highlighted the significance of her tune “You Want To Calm Down,” which incorporates empowering lyrics, and expressed her want for each place to be secure and exquisite for the LGBTQ+ neighborhood.

Swift has beforehand been vocal about political and social justice points, endorsing candidates who struggle for LGBTQ+ rights and talking out in opposition to discrimination and systemic racism.

On the live performance, Swift urged her viewers to take motion and vote for legislators who defend and assist the LGBTQ+ neighborhood, stressing on the necessity for assist past Pleasure Month and holding politicians accountable for his or her stances on equality.