Lady Gaga had a DADT rally today. She did research and wrote a speech and on a scale of one to bajillion, it was pretty f*cking awesome. I feel like she’s going to be remembered for this. Imagine all the people living life in peace, y’all. [Now with a photo gallery of the speech/rally]
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At last we know when Lip Service will premiere and there’s new photos, blogs and interviews too! Lohan fails a drug test, somebody dares to accuse our boyfriend Adam Lambert of things he did not do, Lady Gaga talks her 3rd album, Born This Way, Haviland Stillwell performs live at Joe’s Pub, Sue Sylvester’s football coach nemesis, Ricky Martin is out and proud on his new album and Kathy Griffin turns in a stellar appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Lady Gaga has a message for the U.S. Senate about the unconstitutionality of DADT and its enforcement, even though they won’t pick up her telephone call. I can only hope John McCain cares as much about what Gaga has to say as we do! When people ask why we love her so much, we want to point to things like this and say “because of things like this.”
Nicki Minaj graces the cover of OUT magazine and wants to fix hip-hop’s homophobia, though she eschews labeling herself despite much talk of bisexuality. Lady Gaga’s DADT activism resulted in a bunch of people googling things like “SLDN” for the first time ever. What do we make of all this?
Last night Lady Gaga wore a dress made out of meat, and won eight MTV Video Music Awards. Also, Taylor Swift wrote in her diary about Kanye West, and then sang it out loud to a crowd of humans.
In which things continue to happen w/r/t Don’t Ask Don’t Tell, including Lady Gaga, and we wonder to what extent they will maybe bring us incrementally closer to an actual repeal someday.
The future will come bearing many new lesbian books that will be warmly received by the mainstream, as well as college classes on Lady Gaga, new Ellen Page comedies, Ellen Degeneres on the catwalk, and Daria to answer all of your life’s questions. Daria, what should I do with my Sunday? Daria says you should read the Sunday Funday.
THE WAIT IS OVER: Lady Gaga’s male drag cover shoot has hit newsstands (in Japan) and the oddly-translated article and full photoshoot is really just to die for. YOU KNOW WHO ELSE LOOKS HOT RIGHT NOW? Lindsay F*cking Lohan for Fornarina. Also; Ellen DeGeneres on Letterman, Amber Rose at Gay Pride, Glee and Amos Mac.
SMACKDOWN: Did you know that wanting to marry same-sex couples on stage at your Monsterball is one of the DSM-IV criteria for diagnosing bipolar disorder? US NEITHER. Lady Gaga is gonna be surprised.
Glee season 2 promo in an Empire State of Mind, list of the most anticipated LGBT books for fall, Gaga covers V’s fall New York issue, Natalie Portman getting serious Oscar buzz for Black Swan, and it’s now the boys turn to exploit their fabulous gay lives on national television.
Lady Gaga is serious about this Jo Calderone thing: she’s even giving interviews as her male alter-ego! New photos and more info on Jo, which reminds us of Joan of Arc and Jo March. Also; Tegan & Sara interview Hayley Williams and Lindsay Lohan spends her first night back with SamRo.
Lollapalooza opened the first night with Lady Gaga, who got misunderstood at Lolla 2007 and was back to show she can really shake ’em down, with DJ Lady Starlight. Also, The Black Keys!
In which we discuss whether there are problems in the world that the Monster Ball cannot solve, calling upon the ghosts of Yoko Ono, Ani DiFranco, etc.
Lady Gaga is on the cover of Vanity Fair, we’ve got the best bits (about sex, xanax, and why she hates LA!). Also; Lohan gets out of jail, more on Skins US’ lesbian character and Brittania fans may see a kiss in the next season of GLEE.
Though Gaga told fans to ignore the Westboro Baptist Church protesters in St. Louis this weekend, her little monsters still brought some signs of their own. Also Lindsay Lohan goes to jail, and Adam Lambert gets photographed for Entertainment Weekly.
Are you ready for Sunday Funday? Probs not, because the top story this week uses “Kylie Minogue” and “fisting” in the same paragraph. Also, Lady Gaga saves the world by tweeting for peace, Samantha Ronson keeps visiting Lindsay Lohan, Ilene Chaiken makes generalizations about lesbians, you find out if you really need to throw that cheese out or if it’s good for another three days, and Caster Semenya motherf*cks everyone else in the 800m race. Oh, did we mention the POETRY? And KITTENS?
Lady Gaga visited The Today Show (which is gonna let gay people into its wedding contest after all, yay!) and brought the rain with her, Adam Lambert kisses Tommy on tour, Ellen Page is pretty at Inception events, Outfest 2010 kicks off with extra Jane Lynch and Grace Chu does New York City Pride including Rodeo Disco.
Lady Gaga channels Ivan for Vogue, Ally Sheedy outs her daughter, the religious right goes after The Real L Word, Erin Foley’s audition vid for The Bachelorette, Angelina Jolie talks Shiloh’s butch style, Wonder Woman gets a makeover from DC Comics, and Kristen Stewart is slightly less awkward (but still hella awk) on Letterman.
Two gay best friends won prom king & queen by a landslide, American Apparel gets shadier by the minute, Judy Shepard’s memoir deemed “homophobic” in the Bible Belt – WTF, Pride dos and don’ts. We bring you an unfortunately non-Alex Vega Lady Gaga recap, and exciting news for celesbian chef Cat Cora, as well as a new lesbian indie film.