Queen‘s current fronting member Adam Lambert hosted an event for LGBTQ youth in London while the authorities recommended not participating in large gatherings as a part of the coronavirus measures.
As you might recall, the talented vocalist Adam Lambert is the first openly gay artist to achieve number one in the Billboard 200 album chart with his album ‘Trespassing.’ Adam also founded the Feel Something Foundation which is a non-profit organization in support of LGTBQ+ human rights.
Recently, Lambert invited the members of the Mosaic LGBT+ Young Persons Trust for a pizza and film night in London. In the event, Adam and his guests exchanged their personal experiences as a part of the LGBTQ+ community.
Here’s what Adam Lambert stated about all the hard works of the young members of the LGBTQ+ community:
“It’s so great to come back to London and see how this amazing group of young people is doing. Mosaic does incredible work and it was super inspiring to hear how it really had changed their lives, growing their confidence and ensuring they’re truly proud of their identities.
The world needs support systems like this more than ever during these crazy times, and from the stories shared by some of the members last night, Mosaic has been amazing in prioritizing the group’s wellbeing.”
Furthermore, in the event, Adam wore a mask ‘Black Lives Matter‘ written on it while also trying to keep a certain distance between the participants.
Although the event hosted by Adam had a significant aim, it still could have created a danger for the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic since the authorities are still recommending to avoid large gatherings regardless of the purpose.
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