The singer says everyone else asked to sing the song's chorus turned it down.
A Baptist church in California has voted to welcome the gay community despite going against the Southern Baptist Convention's
They were one of 33 couples -- including same-sex couples -- who said "I do" in a mass wedding at the 2014 Grammy Awards.
This took me back to my childhood. I clung to any media representation of other gay and lesbian people when I was coming to terms with my own sexuality. The one song that soothed my churning soul was "Can't Take My Eyes Off of You" by Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons.
“She's so kind... very loving and expressive, and extremely similar to me in a lot of ways,” Lambert continued. “It's really
Perhaps more importantly, it helps to normalize an expression of mature, committed love in a culture that still wrestles with the difference between good/bad and typical/atypical.
If you watched the 2014 Grammys last night, hopefully you caught history being made as 33 couples, many of them same-sex, were wed by Queen Latifah as Macklemore, Ryan Lewis, Madonna and Mary Lambert performed what has been called a gay anthem, "Same Love."
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But many appreciated and felt validated by Macklemore's statement: Reactions to the performance on Twitter were mixed, but
There were tears and hand holding and singing and rejoicing on stage. Meanwhile in the world of cyber space and in the social media world, there was anger, disgust and outrage.
Recent Song of the Year winners include Adele's "Rolling in the Deep," Lady Antebellum's "Need You Now," Beyonce's "Single
Madonna's newly confirmed performance at Sunday's Grammy Awards will find the singer teaming with Macklemore and Ryan Lewis
Since exploding onto the male-dominated, macho-oriented hip-hop scene last October with her brilliant, excruciating cover
Queer recording artists who have been singing out loud before any major media outlet would have celebrated it, and who write about the wide range of issues that plague the LGBTQ community, truly represent the rawness of our diverse community.
"Same Love" has become a cultural measuring stick, a way of testing acceptance of gays and lesbians in any environment. Can you play it at work? Does it play on your radio station? Can your teacher play it at school? It's the perfect thermometer for the chilly LGBT climate.