Watch L Devine perform 'Girls Like Sex' for Attitude Pride at Home, in association with Klarna

The British singer-songwriter delivers an exclusive acoustic performance of the empowering track.


L Devine served up a feast of queer pop goodness last month for Attitude Pride at Home, in association with Klarna over at our YouTube page.

The pop starlet celebrates the queer artists and icons who have pushed boundaries and talked about sex in a liberal way as she performed her empowering track 'Girls Like Sex' at the Opening Party, in partnership with Klarna.

L Devine recently took to Instagram to update her fans on the latest album, Near Life Experience Part 1, which is now due for release on 30 July. The ‘Like You Like That' singer has promised new music before then though, so keep your eyes and ears open!

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L Devine helped kick start our digital celebration of love and diversity – all the finger snaps, please – at the Opening Party in partnership with Klarna, on 23 June which was headlined by Ava Max, and also featured RuPaul’s Drag Race UK’s Tia Kofi, Swedish pop prince Darin and DJ sets by Sink the Pink.

The celebration was then wrapped up in style with the Closing Party, in partnership with Klarna, on Saturday 26 June, with Anne-Marie and Sigrid headlining.

Attitude Pride at Home, in association with Klarna, is to benefit the Attitude Magazine Foundation for LGBT causes – this year supporting ten amazing organisations including AKT, Black Trans Foundation, Curly’s Legacy, Elton John AIDS Foundation, The Food Chain, Kaleidoscope Trust, LGBT Youth Scotland, Mermaids, Stonewall UK and Switchboard LGBT.

Each will receive at least £1000 courtesy of our sponsors Klarna, Bentley, Clifford Chance, Slingsby, Swatch and Taimi and individual supporters.

To donate £5 please text ATHOME5 to 70480 or see our Virgin Money Giving link here. Visit attitudemagazinefoundation.com for more details.

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