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'90" Pet Shop Boys' "It's A Sin" And Years &

It's no secret that music has been a powerful form of expression for the LGBTQ+ community for decades.

From the classic anthems of the s and s to the modern hits of today, there is no shortage of songs that speak to the struggles, joys, and triumphs of the queer experience. But what's the gayest music video of all time?

Well, that's a tough one to answer!

There have been countless amazing music videos over the years that have featured LGBTQ+ representation and themes. Some of the most iconic include Madonna's "Vogue," George Michael's "Freedom!

'," Pet Shop Boys' "It's a Sin," and Years & Years' "King."

However, if we had to pick one video that stands out above the rest, it would have to be "Same Love" by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis featuring Mary Lambert. The song and video perfectly encapsulate the fight for marriage equality and LGBTQ+ rights, with powerful lyrics and an inspiring message of love and acceptance. No matter which music video you consider to be the "gayest" of all time, there's no denying the power of music to bring people together and spread a message of love and acceptance. So, crank up your favorite LGBTQ+ anthem, and let the music move you!
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