Pop superstar Kesha opened up about her sexuality in a heartwarming social media post.

Since her debut in 2009 with her hit song TiK ToK, the Blow singer has become one of the biggest pop stars in music.

But alongside her achievements in the music industry, Kesha has also become a beloved LGBTQ+ icon – due to her passionate advocacy and her fluid sexuality.

In 2016, the Human Rights Campaign awarded the We R Who We R singer the Visibility Award for her constant support and work in the community.

“My message today is don’t be afraid to speak up against any injustice you experience,” she said during her acceptance speech.

“Don’t let people scare or shame you into changing the things about you that make you unique. We can’t be afraid to fight for our dignity. These are our basic human rights.”

Over the years, the  singer has continued supporting and celebrating the community with her music and on social media.

For Pride Month, Kesha took to Instagram and shared a heartfelt message to her LGBTQ+ fans.


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“Happy Pride! In case I haven’t been straightforward enough (LOL), I just wanted to take a sec to tell everyone that you are not only enough, just as you are, but the world is so f**king lucky to have you,” she wrote.

She then revealed that she isn’t “gay or straight”, stating: “I don’t know what I am. I love people. I love people because we are all our own little conscious journeys, dancing around the sun.

“How weird and interesting and fun this life is, right? I refuse to be anything, really, except for open to it all. I know it can be confusing sometimes, but you are so seen and loved. Love you animals, happy pride.”

Aside from her heartwarming Pride Month message, Kesha is gearing up to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community during her forthcoming Stonewall Day 2022 performance.

“I am so honored to be a part of this historic event. As a forever advocate for the LGBTQ+ community, I’m excited to embark on this monumental occasion with my friends at Pride Live and perform for Stonewall Day,” she said in a statement via Billboard.

“Stonewall is a special place for the queer community, and I cannot wait to honor and celebrate how far we have come while standing in the conviction that the fight for equality in this country is ever upon us, and I will never back down. Come dance with me.”

Kesha’s performance at Stonewall Day is set to air on Pride Live’s YouTube channel on 24 June.