Janelle Monáe says people shouldn’t feel ‘pressure’ to come out before they’re ready
Janelle Monáe has said that people should not feel “pressure” to come out if they’re not ready to do so.
The singer and actor has been speaking publicly about her identity for several years, clarifying in 2018 that she is a “queer Black woman” who “has been in relationships with both men and women.”
Janelle Monáe wants to tell Black queer stories
She also made a splash during an acclaimed performance at the Oscars earlier this year, in which she gave shout-outs to Black History Month and made clear: “I’m so proud to stand here as a Black queer artist telling stories.”
In a cover interview with Out magazine published Monday (November 16), Monáe explained of her Oscars moment: “[There are] so many people who have graced stages, who are
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