Harry Styles Helps Wembley Stadium Fan Go On Air

Self-acceptance takes courage. Especially when you are different from the “ideal” version of the society in which you should be inscribed by parents, friends or yourself. Unfortunately, you cannot run away from who you are, no matter how hard you try; so the next step covers it.

Exit it’s rarely easy. All the options for how something could go wrong run through your head, from abuse to homelessness, from tears to abandonment of those you once held dearest. But on the other hand, is it really possible to live your life in the shadows? Especially if your character has your back, what’s stopping you from reaching for the stars?

Harry Styles helps his fans take the stage during concerts, and with hundreds of fans supporting him, it’s hard to imagine that this is not the most incredible moment in life.

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Harry Styles loves helping his fans celebrate special occasions and helps them find the strength to join the LGBTQ+ community.

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Harry Styles is no stranger to interacting with his fans, especially when it comes to special occasions like birthdays, weddings or building their confidence to become part of the LGBTQ+ community. One such moment came during a performance at Wembley Stadium last weekend.

During a short break, the star noticed a sign with the message: “From It to Wembley: help me get out.” He took the tablet and showed it to the impatient crowd, who immediately burst into applause. “So you want the people of Wembley to take you outside?” he asked a fan.

One fan took a chance and asked for help during a concert at Wembley Stadium: “From Ono to Wembley: help me get out.”

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Harry grabbed the Pride flag from under the stage and said, “When that flag goes up over your head, you’re officially gay, my boy.”

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As the camera focused on an excited man with a handsome smile waiting for what was to come, Harry leaned over to raise the pride flag from the front of the stage. He explained the rules: “When this flag is raised above my head, you are officially gay, my boy. I think that’s how it works,” he joked.

He then began to run around the stage, waving the flag up and down, urging the crowd to “make some noise”. To drum rolls, the singer teased the raising of the flag for a few seconds, causing the crowd to laugh, saying “No, still straight” before raising it triumphantly as the stadium went wild.

“Congratulations, you’ve become a free man,” he told a fan, blowing him a few kisses to mark the occasion. “Oh my God, adrenaline!” Harry added, and the concert continued. But this is not the first and not the last time this has happened.

Running around the stage and calling on the audience to “make some noise”, he triumphantly hoisted the flag into the sky.

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“Congratulations, you are a free man,” Harry declared as the crowd went on a rampage. But, as noted, this is not the first time this has happened.

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In July 2018, the singer saw a fan-made double-sided poster in San Jose, California that read: “I drove 2,846 miles to be here tonight, thanks for 10 incredible shows” on one side and “I’m going to confess to my parents because of you!!!” with another. The fan’s name is Grace, and she hoped Harry would notice.

In the video posted on it Instagram account, Harry asked Grace if he could read her poster aloud, to which she replied Buzzfeed news she “thought she was very thoughtful and polite.” In the video, Stiles asks Grace what her name is and what her mother’s name is, to which she replies “Tina” and explains that her mother is in a hotel a few miles away.

Another fan named Grace made a double-sided poster in 2018, one side of which read: “Because of you, I confess to my parents!!!”

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The singer silenced the crowd a couple of times before yelling, “TINA, SHE’S GAY!” The crowd applauded and Grace seemed to get emotional as the singer pretended to listen for the answer. “Tina says she loves you. Congratulations, I’m very happy for you,” he said to Grace.

It seemed like Harry could actually hear her thoughts as Tina was incredibly happy and supportive when Grace showed her the video. “Yes, I love you and you can be whoever you want,” she said, thanking Harry for giving her daughter the ounce of courage she needed to open up.

She wrote to Instagram post: “I’m B! This year I’ve really taken pride in who I am, and over the last couple of months I’ve been slowly discovering my friends. The Harry Show is an amazing environment where I feel safe and accepted, and last night Harry Styles himself helped me open up to my parents and I will never forget that.”

Harry noticed this and asked Grace what her mother’s name was, learning that she was in a hotel a couple of miles away. So he yelled, “TINA, SHE’S GAY!”

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By going outside, a person can tell who they are and what is important to them, instead of lying about their identity.

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Skidmore notes that by opening up, a person can share with others who they are and what is important to them, instead of hiding or lying about their identity. This frees the person from the fear of being “exposed” and helps them avoid a double life that can be extremely stressful and demoralizing.

However, discrimination and hatred towards the LGBTQ+ community is still prevalent in today’s society. As summarized stone wallonly half of lesbian, gay and bisexual (46%) and transgender people (47%) feel able to speak openly about their sexual orientation or gender identity with all members of their family in the UK, and two-thirds (64%) of LGBTQ+ people experienced violence or abuse from LGBTQ+ people.

This frees the person from the fear of being “exposed” and helps them avoid a double life that can be stressful and demoralizing.

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As stated Statistics in 2020, there were 1,026 lesbian hate crime victims in the United States, making lesbians the group with the most victims of assault for their sexual orientation that year. In addition, 791 more gay people were victims of anti-gay hate crimes in 2020.

Considering the fact that 70 countries criminalize same-sex relationships, 11 of them allow the death penalty, and the fact that a quarter of the world’s population believes that being LGBTQ+ should be a crime, it’s not hard to find reasons why such actions are important.

One day, hopefully sooner or later, we will be able to walk alongside each other without fear of judgment or security threats.

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The sense of community and acceptance that comes with it should not be underestimated, but it only comes when a person is able to find the strength to step out and accept themselves next to the potential dangers that unfortunately still lurk.

One day, hopefully sooner or later, we will be able to walk alongside each other without fear of judgment or threats to our safety.

Keep it up, Harry! Keep giving joy and inspiration to those who need it most!

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Keep believing in a happy world and I wish all of you who are part of the LGBTQ+ community and those who support the movement a happy rest of Pride Month!

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