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The Best LGBTQ+ Influencers to Follow Right Now
by Elise Parkes |
However you feel about social media, the pros (the cons…) it can’t be denied that places like Instagram, Tik Tok and YouTube are amazing at fostering and growing strong communities made up of people from all over the globe. With transgender, non-binary and other members of the LGTBQ+ community more often than not severely unrepresented in traditional media, social platforms can help bring that much needed connection and empowerment, however that might look, breaking those stereotypes, showcasing self-expression and celebrating rewriting those traditional ‘norms.’ Queer influencers are transforming coming out for gen z, offering more intimate access to authentic queer stories, whether it’s on tik tok or Instagram.
So, we pulled together some of our favourite queer influencers of the moment, and of all time. Don’t see yours on this list? Message us on Instagram @glowhhubbeauty & we’ll make sure to add them.
William Grande aka Snatched by Will has been a fan of Glow Hub pretty much from the start, and we've always been a big fan of him. This CEO of glam is unapologetically himself and we love him for it.
Anyone else *obsessed* with @essimayy on TikTok? From sharing dating stories to actually creating WLW events, yep speeding dating aaand big nights out. If you don't follow her already, you should.
Jamie is an award-winning writer, editor, speaker, model. Jamie started their career using social media as a space to find the LGBTQ+ community. They’re now a very prominent non-binary person in this social space and uses their platform to help amplify others voices as a collective.
Freelance illustrator & author (most recently of) Queer Power, a book for the community - to feel seen, to platform incredible queer voices, it’s a book for any queer person (or ally) out there, celebrating modern-day LGBTQ+ icons who are shaping our world
From chatting Northern Irish slang to being bisexual, Tik Tok influencer downloaded Tik Tok because she was bored, but after finding queer Tik Tok she was hooked.