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11 Transgender & Non-Binary Musicians You Need to Know
Here are 30 queer female and non-binary artists you should be listening to
For as long as there has been what we now know as classic rock , women have played a big part in its development and success. Shortly thereafter, the genre began to see its first all-female bands, such as The Runaways and Fanny. Throughout the '70s and early '80s, more women became bona fide rock stars, paving the way for other female artists to rise to the top of the rock genre. Some were a major influence on artists of their generation and the next; some were a major influence on the success of the bands with which they worked. All excelled at creating and performing rock music, as songwriters , instrumentalists, and singers. Success began with her first album, "In the Heat of the Night," in
Top 100 Female Singers Of The '50s, '60s, And '70s
These chart toppers set aside their musical talents for a moment to take center stage for another reason: to come out of the closet. Frank Ocean's career was in the balance after he announced on his Twitter page that he was once madly in love with a boy. The budding star hadn't released a proper album before taking a risk that most celebrities save until well into success.
The American entertainment industry is in the middle of an ongoing reckoning against high-profile abusers, the pay gap and lack of representation. But the latest investigative report by the USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative shows dismal numbers as far as gender equality in the music industry goes. Led by Dr. Stacy L. Across the three creative roles highlighted in the study, women make up