If you vote against gay marriage or gay rights, you are a bigot—as surely as anyone who voted against civil rights in the 60′s was a bigot. If you preach against gay rights, you are a bigot. If you write against gay rights, you are a bigot. If you give your money or time to any Christian church or ministry that you know in any way actively works to restrict or limit gay rights, you are a bigot. If in private you intimate to your dearest friend that you don’t think gay people should be allowed to get married, you are a bigot.- John Shore (via entanglingbriars)
Obviously FKA Twigs is one of them. Head over to the site for a full rundown, and start placing your bets on who’ll follow in James Blake’s footsteps from last year.
It’s a good list!