Taylor Swift has made inroads into political expression recently, and his latest move involves a generous charitable gift to an LGBTQ + defense organization.
Monday (8 April) Swift donated 113,000 dollars to the Tennessee Equality Project, which States is working to "advance the rights of the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community in Tennessee" and is currently fighting a series of state laws that discriminate against the LGBTQ community, including measures aimed at adopting same-sex couples .
Swift wrote a message to the executive director of the organization, Chris Sanders, who read: "I am so inspired by the work you do, especially in organizing the recent petition of Tennessee's faith leaders against the" blackboard of hate "in our state legislature."
Sanders responded on Facebook with a hearing to send"Taylor Swift has been a long-standing ally for the LGBTQ community. He sees our struggle in Tennessee and continues to add his voice to so many good people, including religious leaders, who are speaking out of love in the face of fear." He also published his complete note.
Swift was silent for a long time on the political front, but he broke this practice in October 2018 when he approved Phil Bredesen for the Senate and Jim Cooper for the House of Representatives for his Tennessee state of residence in the middle elections term. (She too posted an explanation to his fans regarding the benefits of early voting).
Not surprisingly, given its massive reach, its approaches have sparked mixed reactions – even President Donald Trump has pondered it. "" Let's say I like Taylor's music about 25 percent less now, "he noted.
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