NBC Out: Song, dance and LGBTQ visibility at the Eurovision Song Contest

The over-the-top pop music extravaganza known as the Eurovision Song Contest has long been something of an annual holiday for European gays, one where camp reigns and flamboyance is queen, as the nations of Europe (and now Australia) battle it out for tuneful supremacy.

But in recent years, the pan-continental competition has increasingly also become more than that — openly showcasing a broad range of LGBTQ identities, and serving as a powerful beacon of equality to audiences across Europe and far beyond, while courting a fair bit of controversy in the process.

Read the full article here.

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NBC Out: Song, dance and LGBTQ visibility at the Eurovision Song Contest