Taylor Swift was one of the most powerful women of 2019. The singer did not only released her new album Lover but she also stood up against Scooter Braun and Scott Borchetta. While she still fights for her music, she also showed tremendous support towards the LGBTQ community. She made her support prominent and very clear in her 2019 released song You Need To Calm Down. The music video featured people from all aspects of life. For her constant support towards the LGBTQ community, Taylor is being honoured at the 31st Annual GLAAD Awards.
Reportedly, the singer, along with Janet Mock, will get honoured with Vanguard Award and Stephen F. Kolzak Award for their work within the LGBTQ community. The Vanguard Award had awarded to those who have helped make a significant difference in promoting acceptance of LGBTQ people. The awards will take place on 16th April.
“From boldly standing up against anti-LGBTQ elected officials to shining attention on the urgent need to protect LGBTQ people from discrimination through the Equality Act, Taylor Swift proudly uses her unique ability to influence pop culture to promote LGBTQ acceptance,” GLAAD President and CEO Sarah Kate Ellis said in a statement, People reported.
Taylor's honour makes the headlines after she had spotted at the Golden Globes 2020. The singer got nominated at the 77th Golden Globe Awards for her role in Cats. She attended the awards show with her boyfriend Joe Alwyn.