Madonna’s Pride Month video

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The Queen of all Gays has released a Pride Month Tribute video thanking the gays for their support during her career.

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The video features retro clips of Pride marches and photos from the Pop Goddess’s groundbreaking 1991 tour documentary Truth or Dare.

LGBTQIA+ heroes like Marsha P. Johnson flash across the screen and there’s clips of Madonna’s backup dancers attending a Pride parade.

“When Truth or Dare was released in 1991 I had no idea it was going to cause such a stir But that could be said of most of the things I do!!

“I simply wanted to capture the world I was living in—and share it with the world.

“I am forever grateful to the gay community that has always supported me from day one!!!

“When I arrived in New York for the first time in 1979 — They made an awkward girl from Michigan feel like she fit in, like she wasn’t a freak and. That it was OK to be different. I am forever indebted.

“In this increasingly chaotic world, we are living in. I will never stop fighting for diversity, inclusiveness and equal rights for all!!!

“Let’s celebrate this month and every month ! ️‍️‍️‍️‍.”

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