Pride 2019: Daya was not afraid to open up about her sexuality!
Having pride and being proud of who you are and all you do in life is important. In fact, there have been a few celebrities who didn’t mind speaking up about their sexuality.
For example, in 2018 Daya took to Instagram and shortly after “National Coming Out Day.”
“One day late but happy 1st national coming out day to me! what a crazy thing! all I gotta say is follow your gut and don’t feel like you owe any sort of explanation to anyone. your sexuality is yours only so build with it at a pace that works for you. I’m proud to be a bisexual member of the LGBTQ community with a girl I love who makes me feel more like me every day. the support has been beyond and though it wasn’t always easy I also recognize how privileged I am to have had so much of it, so I especially wanna be there for those of u who aren’t surrounded by the most accepting
Most importantly, it’s true, your sexuality is yours only and nobody else can control the pace at which you want to share that with the world.
Daya performed at LOVELOUD 2019 and it was amazing, she looked absolutely gorgeous in her yellow overalls, with her save the planet sports bra and signature “DAYA,” glasses [what I like to call them].
It’s talent like Daya that help bless the world by using their platform to leave this world better than they found it.
LOVELOUD 2019 had an amazing lineup including Glenn, AJR, Tegan and Sara, Daya, K.Flay, PVRIS, Laura Jane Grace, Paul Cardall, VINCINT, Parson James and former Brigham Young University Cosmo mascot Charlie Bird with former BYU Cougarettes.
Each artist took the stage, spoke about being proud and never letting people tear you down.
In case you missed it, LOVELOUD 2019 took place at the USANA Amphitheater. With that in mind, it’s easy to understand that in Salt Lake City, Utah it’s frowned upon by many members of the LDS church.
Positive Celebrity was shocked to hear how many teens get kicked out of their own homes where they were taught to “love everyone just as Jesus would,” the irony.
Talent made it a point to say “if you feel alone, don’t forget there are amazing people in the world who would love to be your family from another mother.
Never lose hope or feel as though you are imperfect.
Wanna know why?
Well, because baby you were born this way. Shine like a diamond and help others while you’re at it, life is too short to let judgment from others affect your life.
Honestly, maybe sometimes it feels as though “coming out,” will only damage your life but it’s quite the opposite.
Coming out changed my life and it can change yours for the better in the long-term as well.
Let us know what you think in the comments below. Have you ever had to struggle with sharing who you are with family?
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