It’s no secret that Taylor Swift has always had her queer fans. But when the folk-core queen released her last album swatched in plaid, the gays, we got a’talkin’. And we’re still talking about it.
— Jesse Tyler Ferguson (he/him/his) (@jessetyler) November 12, 2021
But “Red (Taylor’s Version)”, the new album released just today? Wow. It’s pretty gay. Gay as in “it’s about Jake Gyllenhall,” but also gay as in “wow, as a homosexual I relate to this.”
i do not listen to taylor swift albums i absorb them and then project onto the lyrics my very specific gay experiences
— hush (@gayearning) November 12, 2021
That Phoebe Bridgers track? I don’t know, y’all:
if taylor isn’t gay then why did she do this pic.twitter.com/GMDfciQ6dX
— abby – SAW PHOEBE+JULIEN (@ilovepestopasta) November 12, 2021
“Taylor Swift ft. Phoebe Bridgers” ok maybe she really is gay
— men and hommes (@communoah) November 12, 2021
Let’s just talk about the versatility of this vers queen for a moment!
taylor swift could do brokeback mountain but jake gyllenhaal couldn’t do cats
— goob (@gabebergado) November 12, 2021
Honestly, rude that we can’t all enjoy this Taylor-themed Starbucks treat.
not being able to order a taylor’s latte due to gruesome lactose intolerance is lesbian dissonance
— Jill Gutowitz (@jillboard) November 12, 2021
Let’s be real: it’s about yearning:
sorry but there’s just no way that taylor is straight, the way she writes about falling in love is extremely queer. this woman yearns deep and I respect it.
— Elly Belle, notably not a woman 🔮 (@literElly) November 12, 2021
Taylor, if you have anything to tell us, we’re here for you, babe.