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Queer Label Flat Pop Records: Transforming the Music Biz

Obviously, no two queer experiences are the same. But in considering the who and why of Flat Pop Records, a New York-based record label describing itself as a “queer progressive, nonbinary, pro-trans, pro-woman, pro-gay pop label,” I’m instantly reminded of fashion designer Willie Norris’ motto, which promotes the idea that queer entrepreneurship doubles as a means of self-defense. I’m queer, too. I get it. There are numerous stories out there about the difficulties LGBTQ people have faced in all industries, where capital is more important that people, where people are hierarchically ranked and filed, then compared and pit to and against one another. The results of corporations operating this way are usually some unwieldy mix of patriarchal violence, in which already systemically disenfranchised populations strive to make it a work within systems set up for them to fail. So when queer people mobilize and, as the Eurythmics’ Annie Lennox once sang, start “doin’ it for themselves” in business, creative endeavors, and in life — it is not only an effective means of fighting back, but in reclaiming personal and collective power. ...