Hack #6 — Gay Liberation Movement

Although we’ve come a long way since the 1970s in terms of advocating for sexuality based equality, and have even begun to legalize gay marriage across the nation, the fight is long from over. The band, Panic at the Disco!, recorded one of my personal favorite songs emphasizing bisexuality called “Girls/Girls/Boys”. The chorus is intent to prove a point to audiences around the world with its final (and perhaps most important) line, “and love is not a choice” in order to continue to fight the prejudice in our nation that once outlawed same sex relations in the bedroom altogether. “Gay Power” is still being fought for in this progressive day and age through many art forms such as music in the song linked below.

Panic at the Disco's lead singer Brendon Urie on the cover of the band's latest album

Panic at the Disco’s lead singer Brendon Urie on the cover of the band’s latest album

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