Now we never found out of Melissa stuck to her guns (the IRS didn’t show up and throw her in a van, so I’m guess no), but now another singing lesbian is pushing the idea of no taxation without equality: Sia.For now it’s just a Twitter thought exercise, but Sia asked her 36,000 followers, “Anyone know if there are any movements re gays stopping paying taxes until we have equal rights? ” That was quickly met with @responses ranging from the supportive to the insulting, to which Sia responded, “anyone who is opposed to equal rights,recognition of same sex marriage, or is in anyway homophobic,please fuck off and follow angie harmon.” Well said, lady.In person JD is a little bashful, she opens her eyes wide when listening and has manners to please your mum.Back in 2008 after Prop 8 passed, singer Melissa Etheridge floated the idea that she would stop paying taxes because, if she’s a second-class citizen, she doesn’t have to pay first-class fees.Since the music video to Sia’s Elastic Heart starring Shia La Beouf and Maddie Ziegler (the 12-year-old who danced in the Chandelier music video) is all anyone is able to talk about at the moment, we wanted to look behind the scenes at the insanely talented musician who rarely shows her face. She said: “I believe in a higher power and it’s called ‘Whatever Dude’ and he’s a queer, surfing Santa that’s a bit like my grandpa, so yes.”Erm, come again? The second I heard the song [Pretty Hurts] I’m like, I have to sing this song. Then, picture that creature, that force, criticising you for an hour straight once a day, every day, day after day.”Her boyfriend Dan moved to London in 1997, and as Sia was travelling to join him when she found out (on her stopover in Thailand) that he had died in a car accident.From politicians, to rock stars, to community organizers, our "40 Under 40" has shown a spotlight on individuals who are working to make the world a more inclusive place. Marriage equality has arrived or become a key issue in states across the country, the "transgender tipping point" has been covered by is proud to report that many of our "40 Under 40" alumni have become key players in this ongoing movement toward LGBT equality.Take a look at some of our past honorees who continue to bear the torch for change.
La star française a déclaré qu'il s'agissait d'une « mascarade de lutte contre le dopage ».Sounds like Major Lazor with an American female singer. Sounds like a folksy/country version of Ingrid Michaelson or Regina Spektor Lady Gaga AKA our bisexual Mother Monster Sounds like…herself. Hunter Valentine Fronted by queer guitarist, Verity Susman, but actually comprised of all queer women! It’s an autoimmune disease in which causes problems with the thyroid, which amongst other things can make your eyes bulge. He was fun but he was eloquent and he was present and interesting and interested.I don’t care how hard I have to fight for the song, this is my song!