It might have recently got a lot of attention but not a lot of people really talked about the LGBTQ community before people actually started taking a stand for their rights. 

But over the years musicians have been supporting queer love through their music. So here is a list of songs by famous musicians to show their support to the LGBTQ community.  

1. Born This Way - Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga has always openly advocated LGBTQ rights and this song was the true representation of being proud of who you are. The line, "a different lover is not a sin" made everyone and gave young queer people the courage to come out.  

Lady Gaga
Source: Billboard

You can listen to it here

2. All Things (Queer Eye Remix) - Betty Who

Betty Who has always supported the LGBTQ community through her songs over the years. But the re-release of All Things for the Queer Eye series was something that will make your days brighter. 

Queer Eye
Source: Instinct Magazine

You can listen to it here

3. I'm Coming Out - Diana Ross

As if the name is not enough. At a time where coming out was a big deal, Ross's ode to her gay fans was something that helped a lot of queer people to feel comfortable about themselves. 

Diana Ross
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You can listen to it here

4. Girls / Girls / Boys - Panic! at the Disco

Brendan Urie, who is the main vocalist of Panic! at the Disco spoke about being bisexual and polyamorous. The lyrics mentioning "girls love girls and boys and love is not a choice", was something every bisexual will relate to. 

Brendan Urie
Source: Mzstatic

You can listen to it here

5. Cool For The Summer - Demi Lovato

This song made experimenting with your sexuality so much easier than it looks like. Even though a lot of people are afraid to try new things out, Lovato very subtly let us know that it is cool to let your guard down once n a while. 

Demi Lovato
Source: CDN

You can listen to it here.  

6. Rainbowland - Miley Cyrus and Dolly Parton

Miley has been quite open about her sexuality and she has never shied from encouraging her queer fans to be open about it either. Her song with her godmother talked about living in a place where everyone is free to be who they are and we are all up for it.  

Miley Cyrus
Source: Dolly Parton

You can listen to it here

7. I Want To Break Free - Queen

We all know this song. While the era of 70's was a time where people were not fully aware of being with the same sex, Freddie Mercury added a whole new layer for the LGBTQ community. 

Queen
Source: Amazon

You can listen to it here

8. I Kissed A Girl - Katy Perry

Katy Perry's career in music kick-started with this song. Not only did it become a massive hit, but it also opened doors for queer people.   

Katy Perry
Source: Official Charts

You can listen to it here

9. Rebel Rebel - David Bowie

With his out-of-the-box personality and his super expressive makeup, Bowie never shied away from expressing himself. This song was all about expressing your true self even when the world is keeping you down. 

Source: Theed Gesusu

You can listen to it here

10. She Keeps Me Warm - Mary Lambert

This song was Lambert's debut song. She not only talked about her experiences as a gay woman but also related to alot of women who are queer. 

Mary Lambert
Source: Rukkle

You can listen to it here

11. Brave - Sara Bareilles

This song not only talked about coming out but also talked about standing your ground to be who you are. 

Sara Bareilles
Source: Baeble Music

You can listen to it here

12. Raise Your Glass - P!nk

P!nk has been the definition of loving yourself the way you are. This song just added to that by mentioning that one's originality should be celebrated. 

Pink
Source: YouTube

You can listen to it here

12. Pokerface - Lady Gaga

This is one of Gaga's most beloved songs. But this song was slightly personal as it talked about hiding one's bisexuality behind a poker face.

You can listen to it here

13. Troye Sivan - Heaven

Troye Sivan has been openly since the start of his career. But this song is not just about coming out to everyone else but to your own self and that is the most important.  

Source: YouTube

You can listen to it here

14. David Bowie - Boys Keep Swinging

Bowie celebrated bisexuality through this song. Even though this song was slightly male-oriented, it was one of the most prominent for all his queer fans during the 70's.  

David Bowie
Source: Amazon

You can listen to it here

15. Forrest Gump - Frank Ocean

Ocean openly came out in 2012. With this song he celebrated being gay and inspired a lot of people to not be afraid of being different. 

Frank Ocean
Source: This Is RNB

You can listen to it here

16. Take Me To Church - Hozier

This song talked about sexuality and sexual orientation. Since this band hailed from Ireland, they also talked about how queer people are repressed there.  

Source: Music Eon

You can listen to it here

17. It's Raining Men - The Weather Girls 

Although this song is sung by two women, it was pitched almost specifically to singers with large LGBTQ fan bases. This song was first pitched to singers like Diana Ross and Cher. 

Source: Genius

18. Diplomat's Son -  Vampire Weekend

This was considered as a dancehall about a gay relationship and well, who could've thought that this band will come out with an epic song like this. 

Source: Genius

You can listen to it here

19. You Need To Calm Down - Taylor Swift

This was a mega-hit which released during pride month. Not only did it have the biggest gay icons, but the song openly supported the LGBTQ community while taking a dig on those who do not support gay rights.   

Tayloe Swift
Source: ABC News

You can listen to it here

20. Girls Like Girls - Hayley Kiyoko

Kiyoko has already dropped a few singles which are unapologetically about queer culture and this song very subtly mentioned that being gay is no big deal.   

Source: Billboard

You can listen to it here

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