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Taylor Swift delivers Pride Month message at Chicago ‘Eras’ show

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Taylor Swift took a moment during her ‘Eras’ show in Chicago to address the start of Pride Month against a backdrop of increasing anti-LGBTQ legislation in the United States.The singer has become a noted ally to the LGBTQ+ community throughout her career.“I’m looking out at tonight, I’m seeing so many incredible individuals who are living authentically and beautifully, and this is a safe space for you.

This is a celebratory space for you,” Swift told the crowd, sat at her piano. “And one of the things that makes me feel prideful is getting to be with you and watching you interact with each other, being so loving and so thoughtful and so caring.“Being with you during Pride Month, getting to sing the words to ‘You Need To Calm Down’ – there are lyrics like, ‘Can you not step on his gown?’ or ‘Shade never made anybody less gay’.

We need those lyrics.”She went on: “We’re in such solidarity and such support of one another and such encouraging, beautiful acceptance and peace and safety and I wish that every place was safe and beautiful for people in the LGBT community.Taylor Swift delivers Pride Month message to queer fans at her #ErasTour show in Chicago:“I’m looking out tonight, I’m seeing so many incredible individuals who are living authentically and beautifully, and this is a safe space for you,” pic.twitter.com/N0M7RMKQPP— Pop Crave (@PopCrave) June 3, 2023Swift then called on fans to hold lawmakers accountable in the voting booth amid a surge in anti-LGBTQ bills being passed in different states.Swift has also announced the first international dates of the ‘Eras’ tour.

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