Josh Kiszka, the frontman for Greta Van Fleet shared a message on social media that supports LGBTQ+ rights in Tennessee, where he currently resides. The singer wrote:
“Where I’ve settled a home in Tennessee, legislators are proposing bills that threaten the freedom of love. It’s imperative that I speak my truth for not only myself but in hopes to change hearts, minds and laws in Tennessee and beyond.”
After this statement, fans think about his s*xuality. Read here to know about him.
Is Josh Kiszka Gἀy?
Josh Kiszka, the lead singer of Greta Van Fleet is speaking openly about his s*xual orientation for the first time. The singer said he has been in a same-s*x relationship for the past eight years while speaking out against recently proposed bills in Tennessee that restrict LGBTQ+ rights.
Kiszka announced the news on his Instagram account stating that although those close to him were known, it was now time to spread the news widely.
If you want to know about the identity of other stars you can read our below posts:
- Is Helen Hunt Gay or It’s Just Fans Speculation?
- Lance Reddick Gay: Why is Rumors of Him Being Gay in Trend by Fans?
- Is Brendan Fraser Gay in Real Life or is It Just His Role in a Movie?
Kiszka said he felt driven to come out at this particular time since Tennessee, his adopted state has been the source of so much anti-LGBTQ legislation. He wrote:
“It’s crucial that I speak the truth not just for myself but in the hope of changing hearts, minds and laws in Tennessee and beyond.”
In light of this, he directed supporters to a range of groups working locally to advocate for causes in Tennessee. They include regional branches of well-known organizations like the HRC and the ACLU as well as locally founded groups like Inclusion TN, Oasis Center and the Nashville Pride Festival.
According to the “Light My Love” singer, the LGBTQ+ community is a cultural pillar that constantly champions positivity and acceptance through art, music, literature, film and most importantly legislation.
“The greatest mortal gift of all is our capacity to love and as we travel through time, may our greater understanding of the matter around and within us teach us to love ever deeper.”
One bill in dispute is a stringent drag bill that was earlier this month found to be unconstitutional. Judge Thomas L. Parker of the U.S. District Court concluded that it infringes on the right to free speech.
Parker ruled that the bill, which was enacted in March by Republican Gov. Bill Lee is “unconstitutionally vague and substantially overbroad.”
Note: We made this post for informational purpose. We don’t want to hurt anyone’s feelings here.
For more information related to other stars’ personal life, you can follow our Twitter account and check out our latest updates.