This week read about the anniversary of Queen, Halsey changing her pronouns to she/they, and DC releasing a comic book featuring LGBT characters during Pride month.

50 Years of Queen

While the name “Queen” is a household name at this point in time, 50 years have passed since the iconic band was formed. With timeless tracks like “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “Another One Bites the Dust,” and many more, the band has announced “The Greatest” will appear on their YouTube channel.

“The Greatest,” is a 50-week YouTube series of clips showcasing highlights from the band's career, Louder Sound stated.

It will appear on March 19. A trailer has been posted on the channel to give fans a sneak peek. said, “‘Queen The Greatest’ chronologically celebrates key moments in the group’s history, from their early performances that stunned audiences with their combination of pounding rock beats and Mercury’s flamboyant stage presence and unmatched classically-trained voice and range, to the more recent collaboration with Adam Lambert.”

Queen fans will be ready to snuggle up with some popcorn, and watch the footage come showtime.


Halsey Changes Pronouns to She/They and Fans Love It


Halsey. Photo via Facebook.

Singer-songwriter Halsey, is met with a huge amount of support, when she changed her pronouns on her social media.

The recently pregnant singer took to Instagram to express how motherhood has shaped her thinking about her gender. “I’ve been thinking lots about my body … I thought pregnancy would give me very strong, binary feelings about ‘womanhood’ but truly it has leveled my perception of gender entirely. My sensitivity to my body has made me hyper-aware of my humanness and that’s all,” she said.

Pink News mentioned how the changing of her pronouns gave others the strength to come out and do the same.

One Twitter user said, “To just know someone you've looked up to for so long shares the same pronouns as u means the fucking world my heart is so full of love for them.” Others have even made their own memes about sharing the same pronouns as one of their favorite singers.

There’s been nothing but love for this mom to be, and there seems to be more to come.

DC Comics Celebrates Pride Month


The Superman Pride variant cover. Photo credit: DC.

DC is here to support the LGBT community during Pride Month.

With a special, 80-page anthology comic that features LGBT characters from across the DC Universe, be prepared to see the legends in action, according to

Special appearances from legends like Harley Quinn, Batwoman and Poison Ivy, are scheduled to show in the anthology.

DC states they “will also release a series of Pride-themed variant covers showcasing DC’s leading characters through the month of June … featuring covers with Batman, Harley, Ivy, Superman, Wonder Woman, and more, all by cutting-edge comic book artists.”

A sneak peek at the seven variant covers shown on DC’s website, show all the legendary characters. Such as the one and only Superman sitting on what seems to be a bronze globe, while holding the LGBT flag draped over his left shoulder.

Along with Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy caressing each other on a bed of violet, pink and blue flowers.

DC also says that “Pride plans aren’t limited to June.” “Crush and Lobo,” will debut between June 21 and continue until January 2022. The queer character Crush is ready to make a big impact coming this Pride month.

DC is pulling out all the goods for this Pride Month and fans are ready for every one of them.