A still from Lionesses’ music video accompanying their debut single Show Me Your Pride, in which band members wear masks until the end, when one removes his. The K-pop group say they are the first LGBT boy band in Korean pop.
A still from Lionesses’ music video accompanying their debut single Show Me Your Pride, in which band members wear masks until the end, when one removes his. The K-pop group say they are the first LGBT boy band in Korean pop.
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Lionesses, who say they’re the ‘first openly LGBTQ’ K-pop boy band, release their debut single, Show Me Your Pride

  • The new group’s debut track Show Me Your Pride has lyrics about coming out, facing homophobia and hatred, and LGBT life
  • There are openly LGBT solo artists active in Korean music, such as Holland and MRSHLL, and performers who have left K-pop groups have subsequently come out

A still from Lionesses’ music video accompanying their debut single Show Me Your Pride, in which band members wear masks until the end, when one removes his. The K-pop group say they are the first LGBT boy band in Korean pop.
A still from Lionesses’ music video accompanying their debut single Show Me Your Pride, in which band members wear masks until the end, when one removes his. The K-pop group say they are the first LGBT boy band in Korean pop.
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