I’m one of those people who believes Austrian singer Conchita Wurst has a long and illustrious career ahead of her. That’s because she’s not only a talented singer and a fascinating person, she’s also intelligent and funny and is a woman with a mission.
That mission is to change the way people think – not just for tolerance and acceptance for gay people. but tolerance and acceptance for everyone. No matter who they are, how they look, or where they come from.
In a new interview with French newspaper Le Monde, filmed last weekend while she was at La Fête de la Musique, Conchita talks about the comments politicians and other high-profile people have made about her and her Eurovision Song Contest win.
She also talks about what she wants to do besides just sing – “I just want to change the way of thinking in every kind of way. Not just about sexuality. Also about where you’re from. This also is not necessary”.
Watch Conchita Wurst’s Le Monde interview below to find out more. It’s a good one.
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