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Singer Wrabel releases LGBT anthem in response to Trump's Trans ban

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American singer and songwriter Wrabel released a new song “The Village” in response to US President, Donald Trump’s ban of Trans people from the US Army last week. The ballad touches on the feeling of isolation many experience while exploring their own sexual orientation.

 

No, your mom don't get it
And your dad don't get it
Uncle John don't get it
And you can't tell grandma because her heart can't take it
And she might not make it
They say, "don't dare, don't you even go there. Cutting off your long hair. You do as you're told."
Tell you, "wake up, go put on your makeup. This is just a phase you're gonna outgrow."

 

The message is clear, there’s nothing wrong with being gay, bi or trans. There is nothing wrong with being yourself. The problem persists with the ones that treat you differently.

 

There’s nothing wrong with you

It’s true, it’s true

There’s something wrong with the village

 

 

Stephen Wrabel who is based in Los Angeles is an open and eager advocate for the LGBT community. Songs such as “11 Blocks” and “Bloodstains” are other LGBT-themed anthems of his latest EP “We could be beautiful.”

 

                                 

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