Brian May criticizes the BRIT Awards’ ‘frightening’ gender neutral intentions, saying, “I can be left alone.”


Brian May criticizes the BRIT Awards’ ‘frightening’ gender neutral intentions, saying, “I can be left alone.”

BRIAN MAY has slammed the BRIT Awards’ plans to eliminate the Male and Female award categories.

The BRIT Awards have been criticised by Brian May, 74, for eliminating the Male and Female prize categories. The Queen guitarist slammed the current “woke” culture, claiming that there is a “atmosphere of fear everywhere” because people are hesitant to express their true feelings.

You know, it doesn’t have to be that way.

Queen would not have been the same if they had started now, according to Brian MayBrian.

“For example, Freddie came from Zanzibar, he wasn’t British, he wasn’t white in the traditional sense – nobody bothers, nobody ever talks about it,” he remarked.

“He was a musician, a friend, and a brother to us.” We didn’t have to pause and consider, “Ooh, should we work with him now?” “Is he the proper shade of blue?” “Does he have the appropriate sexual proclivity?” Brian was a guest on ITV’s Palooza yesterday, and also contributed to The Mirror.

It’s “frightening,” Brian says, that you suddenly have to be so “calculating about everything.”

Even Queen, with four BRITS, he argues, would not be deemed diverse enough in today’s world.

“We’d be compelled to have members of different colors and sexes, and we’d have to have a trans [person],” the guitarist stated.

“You know, it doesn’t have to be that way.”

“We have the ability to be distinct and different.”

After Sam Smith criticized the presentation for lacking inclusion, Brian spoke out against the choice to have an Artist of the Year award rather than distinct ones.

Female vocalists may be disregarded if there are no distinct awards, according to critics, as they have been in the past at male-dominated ceremonies.

“I’m so sick of people trying to change things without thinking about the long-term effects,” Brian continued.

“Some of these changes are for the better, while others aren’t.”

On the 30th anniversary of Freddie Mercury’s death, Brian sent a beautiful homage to him on Instagram.

“No words from me today,” the guitarist wrote in the description.

“Thank you, Vanessa, for the graphic, and thank you, everyone, for honoring lovely Freddie today.” Bri.” Freddie died on November 41, 1991, at the age of 45, after getting HIV.

Brian was promoted to the position of “Brinkwire Summary News.”


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