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Oscars 2022 highlight LGBT+ rights in historic night for queer visibility

became the first deaf man to win an Oscar while the film he starred in ‘CODA’ made history when it won the coveted Best Picture award.Meanwhile, director Jane Campion became only the third woman to win Best Director, having been nominated in 1994 for ‘The Piano’ but losing to Steven Spielberg for ‘Schindler’s List’.On-stage slaps aside, one of the biggest stories of Oscar night was a high level of LGBT+ representation. Let’s take a look at some of the biggest and best queer moments of Oscars 2022.Before the ceremony even began the red carpet turned rainbow when four women-loving women (wlw) couples arrived at the ceremony.Comedian and host for the evening Wanda Sykes walked the red carpet with her wife Alex, meanwhile Queen Latifa was seen arm in arm with her partner, choreographer to the stars Eboni Nichols.Kristen Stewart, nominated in the Best Actress category for her part in ‘Spencer,’ was photographed sharing a cheeky kiss with her girlfriend, the screenwriter Dylan Meyer.Finally, comedian and TV host Niecy Nash was seen with her wife, the singer-songwriter Jessica Betts.
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