Lucky Strike

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Australian pop star Troye Sivan has released a video for his bouncy, summertime ready single “Lucky Strike.” The clip finds Troye chasing love during a fun day at the beach, complete with a cast of friends and an actual human heart floating around.

 

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Thirsty for Troye

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“I want Troye Sivan’s jawline to cut me into fries” is just one of the many interesting things fans want Troye Sivan to do to them.  In a new episode of “Thirst Tweets” the singer reads some hilarious and rather specific fantasies that fans had about him, and Troye really has no clue how to respond…

By the way, someone tweeted, “I wish Troye Sivan could murder my ass, but he’s already a bottom,” to which Troye replied, “Not true, but whatever”…

“Revelation” from Boy Erased

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Troye Sivan and Sigur Rós frontman Jónsi have released “Revelation” from the soundtrack of the gay conversion therapy drama Boy Erased. The film, adapted from the memoir by Garrard Conley, stars Lucas Hedges, Nicole Kidman, and Russell Crowe as well as Troye.

Boy Erased recounts Arkansas native Conley’s life growing up in a religious home and being sent away to gay conversion therapy, an ordeal he would survive but which would drastically affect his life.

Troye spoke to Stephen Colbert in September about learning of the experience boys who enter gay conversion “therapy” go through: “The thing that was most hurtful about it… I remember being so relieved – I’m gay by the way – when I came out to myself, because I was like ‘it’s not something I can change. It’s not something I have to fight any more. It’s just something I have to navigate and accept.’ And so that was the big moment for me, and the second that these kids or sometimes adults arrived at these camps, that was taken away from them and they were told immediately, ‘no, you weren’t born like this. this is a God-shaped hole that you’re trying to fill with these homosexual tendencies.’”

Imagining being 15 again when I was at my most vulnerable, and having that put back on me and being set up with that impossible task of trying to change this thing that ultimately is unchangeable, it’s just one of the most damaging things I can imagine. And so I really hope that the movie is going to speak to – I really want to communicate with parents as to just how much your reaction to your kid coming out can really change their lives.”