VOTE: SheWired's Out Woman of the Year 2012

2012, being the year of a national election and the Olympics, has been a big year for LGBTs in pop culture, politics and sports. Now SheWired would like to pay homage to the unabashedly out women who’ve moved visibility for queer women forward.
By: SheWired Editors
December 13 2012 2:22 PM

Bria Kam and Chrissy Chambers:

Bria Kam and Chrissy Chambers may be the most talented, adorable real-life couple to ever parody politics in song. The young couple who’ve been together a little over a year became YouTube sensations with “Dear Chick-fil-A,” their hilarious song protesting Chick-fil-A’s antigay stance. From there Bria and Chrissy became touchstones melodically chronicling the national election with ditties including “Legitimate Rape” “Republican Convention 2012 (Someone Gets to Be a Dad)” and “I Love You Michelle Obama.” Gifted vocalists who can churn out a smash song parody before you can say “24-hour news cycle,” Bria and Chrissy are, at their core, LGBT activists who recently compiled inspirational messages for out and proud youth in with their Pride 2012 video.

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