We recently discovered this story about a bullying Facebook group from when she was an up-and-coming artist in New York
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The Grammy Awards was definitely ladies night, which almost makes up for this year’s horrible Super Bowl halftime show
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Her criticism had people in the audience (and those who have watched it online) applauding the beloved pop star
The pop icon and actress spoke out against Kelly, saying the track “Do What U Want” will no longer be available to purchase or stream
The 2019 ceremony has officially come and gone, handing out awards to the year’s best film and TV projects, but how queer was last night?
The moment, caught on camera during the third show of Gaga’s Las Vegas residency, is peak adorable-ness
Another year, another reason to look back at some of the best art to emerge. Let’s start by digging through the best albums by LGBTQ artists in 2018
Today’s big headlines include an end to the Kevin Hart scandal (phew) and the announcement of the 2019 Grammy nominations
Here’s what five queer actors and artists had to say today about their 2019 Golden Globes nominations
Among today’s headlines are LGBTQ migrants claiming they’ve left the Central America caravan headed to the U.S. due to discrimination
Lady Gaga is one of our all-time favorites – favorite singers, favorite actresses, favorite philanthropists, favorite LGBTQ activists. Born Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta in March of 1986, she’s inspired millions across her short lifetime already – and she has the Grammys, the Brit Awards, and twelve Guinness World Records to prove it.
The bisexual superstar may be most famously associated with her epic LGBTQ anthem Born This Way, released in February of 2011. The anthem was written to empower women, but let’s make it clear right off the bat – it’s really an anthem that empowers humans – all humans, regardless of, well, everything.
As Forbes describes, “Lyrically, it’s all love yourself whoever you are and ‘don’t be a drag, just be a queen’.”
So let’s talk about philanthropy for a sec – Mother Monster, as she’s been nicknamed, was bullied horribly as a child, but uses that experience to drive her highly vocal push for LGBTQ equality and anti-bullying. She takes every available opportunity to support not just the gay movement, but also the people movement. In 2010 she fiercely stood against the military’s Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy, and donned the now-famous “meat dress” at the MTV Video Music Awards to make her point about the need for people to stand up for their rights.
We’ll stand up for whatever the Applause singer wants us to – she is, after all, one of the world’s Most Fascinating People.
Here’s more on our favorite Lady: