Check out some of our favourite queer influencers in our second weekly round-up.

We keep you updated, every Friday, with the best social media content you might have missed.

So without further ado, here is the queer content you need to see from this week:

1. UK’s LGBTQ+ Icon and UN advocate, Munroe Bergdorf, exposed the sad truth of white privilege and the negative portrayal of Megan Markle in the media

2. Crayola The Queen lived up to her name and inspired us all with her confidence

3. Film-maker, trans campaigner and artist, Fox Fisher, ignored the negative reviews, and proudly promoted their book

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Giveaway time 💜 Win a FREE signed copy of our gentle gender non-conforming themed book, Are You A Boy Or Are You A Girl. 🏳️‍🌈 You know, the one I handed to Piers Morgan live on TV, saying ‘It’s for ages 3+ so should be good for you Piers’ . . Like this post ✅ Make sure you’re following @ohsarahsavage and @thefoxfisher (that’s me) ✅ . . Our book is hated by the Sunday Times, appearing in an article with the title: ‘Gather round class. Thomas the Teddy wants to be a girl.’ . . I co-wrote it with @ohsarahsavage and did the illustrations for it. The photo of Sarah and I is for a positive piece in The Independent newspaper 🏳️‍🌈🎉 . . (the gender of the main character, Tiny, is never revealed)

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4. Jamie Raines, British trans-rights advocate, shared a throwback photo post-lower surgery

5. Drag Race UK contestant Crystal, spoke – again – about being the hairy icon we love and addressed the #januhairy movement

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Ya’ll know I’m a hairy queen. So it made perfect sense to partner with @januhairy this year to talk about body hair! . #januhairy is a movement that seeks to challenge norms and encourages women to ditch the razor for the month and give a big🖕to the unfair and unrealistic pressures placed on them by society. This year, they are growing their hair to clean the air, and raising money for @treesisters_official – an amazing charity that fights climate change through protecting and restoring natural habitats.🌲Perfectly hairy, no? . As a cis man, it’s not my place to tell women what to do with their bodies. But, I think we can all benefit from having a think about what we do for ourselves, and what we do because society tells us to. That’s definitely what my drag is all about! . Go give both pages above some love, sign up (and grow your hair) for sponsorships, or donate if you can! To keep the conversation going, I’ll be doing a takeover of the @januhairy page next week, with lots of hairy bits and bobs to discuss. . Now, please enjoy these photos from the vault of my hairy tatas by @gomezdevillaboa for @attitudemag. Hair by @weekdaywigs

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