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Songs for Screens: Serpentwithfeet Updates ‘You Don’t Own Me’ For LGBTQ+ Orbitz Travel Campaign

Andrew Hampp As travel starts to become a reality again with the advanced rollout of COVID-19 vaccines, two challenges remain for LGBTQ+ travelers even beyond public health — safety and acceptance.

A new campaign from Orbitz, “Travel As You Are,” brings the celebration of LGBTQ+ identity to life, featuring a newly recorded version of “You Don’t Own Me” (popularized by Lesley Gore in 1963) performed by acclaimed R&B singer/songwriter Serpentwithfeet.As the first major Black LGBTQ+ male artist to perform the iconic song, Serpentwithfeet is adding another milestone moment for a song that’s been featured in everything from “The First Wives Club” to “The Handmaid’s Tale” and covered by the likes of SayGrace, Kristin Chenoweth & Ariana Grande,.

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