Are straight men are feeling discriminated in the glamorous world?

Well, in fact, Yes! Wonder how the major percentage of sexual orientation in the society is getting affected by one of the gender minorities, especially in the world of glamour? There are many reasons behind this unintentional discrimination and of course one of them is the intentional discrimination against queer people since ages in our society. A few decades ago, being gay was a sin and society norms were quite against for the homosexual people. Hence, many of the homosexual, bisexual and transgender achievers had to be closeted to get rid of the unnecessary disturbances in those eras.



But still, the glamorous industry has been blossoming and booming up like sky scrappers since then because of the existence of these LGBT creative minds. Time has changed everything. The strict and narrow societal norms got vanished now. In the current scenario, being a person from the LGBT community is no more sin or crime or illegal. Now, everyone is getting segregated depending on their talents, not their sexual orientations. Well, when it comes to glamorous talents, homosexuals, most gays are ruling the industries with their creative mindsets.


Fashion, Hair and Makeup industries are running on the creative minds of many LGBT community people working and giving their innovative inputs to the industries to excel themselves and their companies in the world market. Most of the creative directors of most of the International luxury brands are gays. Their contributions for the fashion industry are never-ending, irreplaceable and outstanding every time they hit the International ramp walks with their collections. Similarly, the world-renowned makeup artists are gays and Transgenders. The drag makeup looks are the most popular and difficult makeup artistry where all these LGBT makeup artists work with the utmost ease. And when it comes to the hair industry, many hairdressers, hair experts, and hairdo creators are gay guys who stand out among others with their contributions in the industry.