9 Male Artists Whose Music Videos Feature LGBTQ+ Couples
It’s no secret that a ton of celebs such as Troye Sivan and Josh Hutcherson love to use their voices to take a stand against homophobia. Between attending public marches, promoting equality on social media and donating to various charities, stars take advantage of having a public platform to promote equality for all — as they should! Some famous folks take their support of #loveislove a step further and work to get rid of the stigma surrounding LGBTQ+ couples showing PDA and include ’em in their music videos.
While the inclusion of gay, bisexual, transgender, etc., pairs in MVs can be a cause for concern in some countries (WTF????), it, for the most part, is widely looked at as being a great way to break boundaries and push for more inclusion in mainstream media. In hopes of getting more LGBTQ pride on our screens, we made a list of male artists who aren’t afraid to show the world that love is love is love is love in their vids.
Australian singer Troye Sivan's music videos often feature LGBTQ relationships. In 2015, he released his debut album, Blue Neighbourhood, which included a music-video trilogy for the songs "Wild," "Fools," and "Talk Me Down."
The trilogy followed the gay musician and his fictional childhood friend and love interest and the struggles they faced in a same-sex relationship.
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