These queer bloggers are winning the internet one post at a time

Chayanika Roy
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Queer bloggers are breaking the internet with all their sass and boldness. Blogging like a pro, they are telling the world about their tales and talent through their art and skills.

This Pride Month we will be taking you on a colourful ride with LGBTQ+ stories from around the world. You might be knowing a lot of bloggers mastering fashion, travel, makeup or lifestyle. But do you know these queer bloggers that are breaking all the stereotypes and societal norms to amp up the blogging game?

The LGBT+ community faces discrimination to date. But these bold bloggers, through their art, have voiced their opinion against prejudices and are spreading knowledge on ideologies, sexuality, acceptance, and free will. While we love the cisgender bloggers, these LGBTQ+ fashion, travel, makeup or lifestyle bloggers taking the game to a whole new level.

Check out their talent here:

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can’t believe I turn 21 in a few hours lol what

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#Majorthrowback to 2016, when I was all of just 20 and wore this gorgeous ensemble as my National Costume for #MrGayWorld proudly representing India (and my little Odisha to the world) as an out gay proud Indian in a country where it wasn't as cool to be #gay as it is today. So much so that the Designer who was supposed to design my National Costume backed out (apparently he was to design for an A list celebrity) 2 weeks prior to the main competition. I didn't know a single Designer, I was in IIIT Delhi back then, a 3rd year Engineering student with no prior experience working with any Fashion Designer. I didn't have enough money to buy a decent sherwani as my last option, so I called up @un_aligned who in collaboration with the sweetest Master ji from in Shahpurjat designed this piece, with a headgear that Mumma had arranged from a Designer based out of Mumbai. We wanted to keep it simple and minimal since carrying National Costumes abroad is another ballgame of its own! I was extremely skeptical showing off my body, I had a very different vision of what I wanted to wear for my National Costume (definitely something more demure), I had been said the meanest things from the community, "too ugly, too dark, too skinny, awful face, ugliest pageant winner ever", but @sushantdivgikr stood by me and told me, "You better show the world what you've got! You're gorgeous, and nobody can change that." I put my heart and soul into those months of preparation, I did everything I could in my capability to build the best mind, the best body, the best of me for #MrGayWorld with very little money, and a lot of resilience, discipline and faith in my abilities. I work hard, because I know what it means to not have any of the love, acceptance and dignity I've earned for myself today. Today was the day I took my leap of faith into a gorgeous world of possibilities just 4 years ago, and the rest as they say is history. ?? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #anweshsahoo #mrgayindia #mrgayworld #beautypageants #nationalcostume #mrgayindia2016 #Meat20 #WhenIwas20

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It’s been comforting being in countries that are LGBTQ+ friendly and seeing other couples freely expressing their love and self confidence. Tomorrow we leave for Egypt where we will find different religions and cultures. Although it’s not necessarily “illegal” in Egypt, it is not as accepted. Our perspective has always been that we respect all cultures and we are entering into others’ homes and lives. We show respect and have a great time exploring their country and seeing their lives up close and personal. And when we close the door to our hotel we are still together and still married and in love. We don’t need to show PDA in other regions. We are blessed to live in a country where we can be openly ourselves and respect the places we visit by keeping more private. What I am saying is, don’t be afraid to travel just because other cultures are different from yours. One day I hope the entire world opens their hearts but until then we can still enjoy the beauty of all places. #lgbtq? #travelgram #travelphotography #canoneosr #passionpassport #loveforall

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Yes, you are right. It is just mid-February. But trust us: You cannot start planning your LGBTQ+ and #gaypride2020 trips in 2020! ? . On our #gaytravel #bucketlist2020 for this year are already three #happypride events including POTA (short for #prideoftheamericas2020) in @visitlauderdale, #copenhagenpride in @visitcopenhagen, and @prideamsterdam in our beautiful hometown #iamsterdam! After visiting six pride events last year, we are more than convinced that those three won't be the only ones! . Some of you may wonder why LGBTQ+ events such as gay pride are actually (still) necessary. Let's put it this way: For us, attending a pride festival is much more than just another reason for partying. Walking #handinhand alongside other LGBTQ+ people and allies holding a rainbow flag and while showing same-gender affection means remembering queers, lesbians, gays, trans and all the other people in the world who stood up for acceptance and love AND means supporting the local LGBTQ+ community AND means to actually keep on the fight for equality, now and in the future. #pride2020 #gaypride2020 #lgbtqrights #lgbtqtravelers #queertravel ❤️? ?: @onceuponajrny . In the end, it is all about love, isn't it???‍?‍?? __ We are Karl & Daan from the #gaytravelblog #coupleofmen. Join us on our #gayadventures around the world✨ ??❤️?? Karl & Daan __ #gaybears #gaybeard #cutegaycouple #gaycouplegoals #mrandmr #gaylovers #queerlove #gaygingerbeard #thebeardedqueers future #husbandandhusband #handsomehubby #gingerbeard #gaytravelblogger #boysloveboys Feb 2020 ?️‍?

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Big #throwback to our first visit to #BlueSpringStatePark. If you follow @FLStateParks on here, then you see their daily updates about which #FloridaStateParks are hitting capacity each day. Blue Spring is one of them because it's absolutely gorgeous. When y'all come to visit us we'll be sure to do a #daytrip, because it's gorgeous and totally worth it.  PS: I have gotten a ton of comments over the years about the color of the water at Blue Spring State Park. Yes, it really is that gorgeous green in the right light. I've been there when it's aqua colored, and even when it's just super clear. Who knows what beautiful color it will be on our next trip! Do you have a favorite Florida park we need to check out? Since clearly we're going to be close to home this year, we'd love to get some A+ recommendations! #floridagram #VISITFLORIDA #instagram_florida #BlueSpringSP #BlueSpring #magicalplace #thisisreallife #traveldreams #travelsomeday #lgbtfamily #pridetravels #gaydads #gaydad #husbandandhusband #husbands #loveislove #iloveflorida #LoveFL #VolusiaCounty #kayakingdestination #outdoorlife #FloridaOutdoors #outdoorFlorida #mytropicallife

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