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Adam Lambert Tweeted: "What a wondering Sunday brunch ! And thanks for the kind words @ParsonJames !!"

Filed Under () by glitzylady on Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Posted at : Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Adam Lambert Tweeted: "What a wondering Sunday brunch ! And thanks for the kind words @ParsonJames !!" (did Adam mean "wonderful"?)

The quote from Parson James within the must-read article:

“There are pioneers here like Adam Lambert, who was just wholeheartedly himself and put his f—ing foot forward and didn’t hold back,”

(See @ParsonJames response to Adam in the tweet below Adam's embedded below)

Adam is referring to the linked article from VARIETY: 

"Adam Lambert, Troye Sivan, Gay Hitmakers Talk Homophobia in the Industry"

Note: We also published the article here on Adam Lambert 24/7 News at THIS LINK. 

You may also click on the link in Adam's tweet below to read the article. Either way that you access it, it's interesting and revealing re the music industry and the LGBTQ community, in years past and and to the present time.  The quote in Shirley Halperin's tweet just scratches the surface of the discussion. There is MUCH more from Adam and some of the other participants.

Posted by @glitzylady for ADAM LAMBERT 24/7 NEWS


Sunflower said...

I find it sad that the LGBT community is still fighting for complete acceptance! I agree from what I read that there are many talented musicians, songwriters, actors etc. in this community. They are just like anyone else, go through the same things we all go through with the struggles and triumphs of LIFE! It is a continued battle for this community, and I think it was good that this Brunch was created for LGBT members for added support! I too want to thank Parson James for the nice comment on Adam!

Nanbert said...

Humm.....I read an interesting and provovative critique of this brunch..... that why are all these guys in attendence ONLY WHITE GUYS? Thought-provoking and quite valid question.

Certainly not Adam's doing.... if anything, he appears to spend more time with black guys than with white guys.