Ke$ha has announced she plays for both teams.
The 25-year-old singer appeared in Seventeen’s February issue and admitted her attraction to both men and women. “I don’t just love men. I love people,” Ke$ha told the magazine. “It’s not about a gender. It’s just about the spirit that exudes from that other person you’re with.”
Ke$ha isn’t new to the LGBT scene. In 2010 she came out with the song We R Who We R, which became an ode to bullied gay teens. She even teamed up with the Human Rights Campaign to create a customized unisex shirt with the lyrics “We R Who We R” to encourage people to accept each other’s differences.
Ke$ha has also dabbled in the It Gets Better Campaign, stating, “No matter if you’re gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, however you are choosing to live is beautiful and you have my full support and all of my love.”
Now, she’s back at it again with her newest album, Warrior which was partially inspired by the LGBT community.
Though Ke$ha has recently been attacked for her lyrics of “Die Young” after the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, she is still hoping to inspire people.
“Something I kept hearing about was bullying and sexuality,” she said to Britian’s newspaper, The Sun. “I have a lot of gay and lesbian fans and they said how my music had helped them deal with bullying so I wanted to write a record that’s about love and acceptance.”