Written and Photographed by Adele Sakey
As soon as you walked into Terminal 5 on Monday evening, it was difficult to move. Every inch of the New York City venue was filled to the brim with enthusiastic concert-goers waiting for Bleachers to take the stage on the second to last night of what Jack Antonoff called “the best tour of his life”. If you were at the show, or any other Bleachers show for that matter, you may have noticed posters adorning the venue providing information on Transgender and LGBTQ rights, or volunteers encourage you to donate to organizations helping to protect transgender people against discrimination. This is part of Jack Antonoff’s work with The Ally Coalition, an organization he helped to found with his former band, Fun., and sister and designer Rachel Antonoff. The organization serves to inspire people take action for LGBTQ equality. To learn more about The Ally Coalition and how you can support their cause, visit, http://theallycoalition.org/.