Role model Harry Styles helps gay fan come out during California concert

Harry Styles has made his North American tour a joyous statement about human rights. In Dallas, he covered his guitar with anti-gun violence stickers, in Philadelphia he waved a “Make America Gay Again” flag during Pride Month, and in San Jose, California he helped a fan come out to her parents.

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A girl by the name of Grace was in attendance at the Former One Directioner’s San Jose concert at SAP Center. She held up a sign that said “I’m going to come out to my parents because of you.” After asking for her consent, the pop star read the message out loud to the crowd. He asked her name, where her parents were, and what her mom’s name is (it’s Tina). He then had everyone get quiet so Tina could hear him yell all the way from her hotel. “Tina, she gay!” he exclaimed before having the whole arena chime in. Grace got the whole incredible experience on camera.

Grace tweeted: “@Harry_Styles Thank you so much for creating an environment where I am proud to be who I am. Your continuous support of the LGBTQ+ has helped me come to love myself and feel safe. Thank you for tonight and I can’t wait to show Tina (my mom) this video. Love you always.”