This week read about Kaylee Bryant coming out as queer, Hayley Kiyoko releasing a music video for "Chance," and Anna Paquin fighting back against the trolls who criticize her bisexuality.

Kaylee Bryant is Queer!

Actress Kaylee Bryant took to Instagram to announce that she is indeed a member of the LGBT community.

The post read: “Hi My name is Kaylee and I’m queer! Happy Pride Month.”

The 23-year-old actress got her start as a “zombie slut” in season one of “American Horror Story” according to OUT.

Since then she has been a force to be reckoned with, making appearances in the “Santa Clarita Diet,” “The Real O’Neals” and “Legacies.”

In another recent Instagram post, the actress and model is working on her singing voice. Could she be practicing for a musical? Maybe she's trying to add “singer” to her title?

For all we know, this young star is still blooming and it seems that the road ahead of her young career is still wide and vast.

Way to go Bryant!



Hayley Kiyoko Drops New Music Video for ‘Chance’


"Chance." Image via YouTube.

When it comes to Hayley Kiyoko, you know whatever she makes is going to be a bop. She seemed to go all out on her new music video however for Pride Month.

Kiyoko dropped a new music video for her track “Chance,” which embodies the vibe and style for her nickname “Lesbian Jesus.”

The YouTube video shows Kiyoko and actress Alexandra Shipp out on a ranch. It starts with Kiyoko helping out the girl who dropped some Granny Smith-looking apples on the ground, and the rest was history.

After that, the two embody the essence of a strong lesbian couple and the rest of the video shows the two having a great time with one another on the ranch.

Kiyoko said in an interview with Buzzfeed, “I was thinking about how I had all these opportunities with women, and how I just never took a chance on myself … Complaining and being upset that I didn't have a chance with these women and I didn't even take a chance on myself. I didn't even believe in myself, that I was worthy or that I had something to offer. So that's what inspired this song.” 

Kiyoko and her team for the music video were all women! She told Buzzfeed, Kiyoko was amazed by the “female energy on set.”

Kiyoko described the making of “Chance” as a “family trying to make it happen,” and that's what it felt like indeed. As if Kiyoko was looking and speaking to the viewer and encompassing them with her words.

Catch Kiyoko's new music video for “Chance'' on YouTube and it can also be streamed on all major platforms.

Anna Paquin Stomps Out Trolls


Anna Paquin. Image via Twitter.

Here’s a common occurrence — trolling! It seems like trolls are everywhere on the internet, which is pretty much true. It can be easy for them to get under someone's skin, but what happens when a celebrity has had enough of their foolishness?

Anna Paquin can answer that question for you, since she has been at the center of all the trolling nonsense.

Paquin decides to fight back and speak her mind to online trolls that criticize her bisexuality.

In a recent Instagram post, Paquin decided to speak up and give her trolls a piece of her mind.

She wrote, “Hey! FYI (for those unaware) June LGBTQIA+ pride month. So the folks who put their bigotry on display in the comment sections of my recent posts, why don't you hit that unfollow button right now,” followed by her caption for the post which read, “... and go fuck yourselves.”