Okay, we get it already. Lady Gaga loves her gays! And, it is because of her merits that the fame-starved shock art electro-pop princess is destined to be a gay icon well-before she has released her magnum opus.
On September 16, the outré singer-songwriter sat down to deliver a scripted speech on the notorious Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy via YouTube, only a few days after appearing at the Video Music Awards pre-show on Sunday with members of the coveted U.S. Armed Services who were discharged because they are homosexual.
“I am here to be the voice of my generation,” says Lady Gaga, born Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, eyes jotting across the screen like a ping pong. Advocating against the controversial DADT, the “Bad Romance” starlet who was last spotted wearing the Peta-provocateur meat dress at the MTV Video Music Awards, asks fans and anti-DADT supporters to repeal the law that infringes on our civil liberties, such as anti-gay sentiments.
The seven minute clip features the Fame Monster who dailed the Servicemembers Legal Defense Network hotline, connecting to the office of Sen. Charles E. Schumer only to have the phone rang until it disconnected.
Rallying anyone with an open heart, the longtime gay rights advocate urged home state senators to conclude “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” by voting alongside Sen. Harry Reid and Sen. Carl Levin the week of September 20 in Washington, D.C.
Since its inaction in 1993, over 14,000 solders were discharged because of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, nigh 400 have been discharged since the presidency of Barack Obama.
Following the footsteps of Cher, Janet Jackson and Madonna as being an outstanding LGBT activist, Lady Gaga is on-the-rise of being post-Prop 8 poster child celebrity.