Marge and Lady Gaga locked lips and it more than hinted that Mrs Simpson could have a thing for the ladies.
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Linda Harvey, a US Radio pundit, who believes Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation is leading children to a “self-destructive path” by “embracing homosexuality”.
So everyone’s all annoyed at Cynthia Nixon because she said that being gay is her choice. Maybe it is. Why are we so ready to jump down her throat over it? “I gave a speech recently, an empowerment speech to a gay audience, and it included the line ‘I’ve been straight and I’ve been gay, [...]
2011 has been celebrated as a great year for the LGBT community. Of course, as long as severe inequality persists, it’s difficult to wholeheartedly agree that it was a great year. All the same, 2011 has certainly upheld that crucial message; that it gets better. So, grab a cup o’ kindness and we’ll run through some of the achievements of the LGBT movement in 2011.
Right now, in the face of gay suicides and hateful media coverage, it is wonderful to see a music icon carry the gay flag with such aplomb. Lady Gaga’s advocacy of our community is genuine and very welcome indeed.
Naturally, when a new album is released by any group or recording artist, people are anxious to hear what it’s like. Is it amazing? Do your ears feel drugged from the intoxicating melodies and explosive beats? Or is it awful?
There has been fierce excitement online about Lady Gaga’s new single Born This Way. Gay bloggers have been saying that it’s the anthem we’ve all been waiting for.
A random list of randomly music-related things, and a little bit queer. What do you think? Can you believe that I’ve omitted something that should have changed my life? Are you outraged that I’ve included something here? Get commenting!
Everyone’s favourite women’s night, caKe, is turning 2 on Friday and is celebrating it alongside the Dublin Lesbian Line with “Telephone caKe” . Through its unique blend of indie, electro, pop and alternative music, caKe never disappoints and this particular outing should be no different.
Its more like coffee I’ll be needing then tea this morning, long day yesterday involving too much work and not enough online time. The day job should really allow for at least an hour or more of web browsing don’t you think? So this morning was spent having a toddle around the various websites and here’s what I found espeically for you good Gaelickers..
There is a furore brewing online at the moment. Is it the result of greedy tax-dodgers, greedy NAMA bananas or an inept government? No, it’s all about the Gaga. On the week where International Women’s Day was patted on the head and told how cute it looked, journos have decided that the video to Telephone is worth getting knicker-knotted.
“Little monsters, show me your teeth!” Thus spoke Lady Gaga…
Little monsters (as Lady Gaga likes to refer to her fans) from all over Ireland started queuing outside the O2 from early morning on Saturday the 20th to assume prime positions by the stage for the gig. I arrived at the O2 just after 7pm and the queues were insane, so I’m glad I didn’t queue early!
This Saturday and Sunday (the 20th and 21st of February), the O2 Dublin will be playing host to the current queen of pop, Lady Gaga, as part of her global Monster Ball tour. The tickets sold out incredibly quickly, and are now the hottest tickets in town.
Who the hell cares what gender or genders Lady GaGa is? She’s a music artist and a very popular one at that, that’s all the public need to know. Extending from that, who cares what gender or genders anyone is? Unfortunately a lot of people seem to care, when, as my mother would say “what fecking business is it of theirs?”
Just in case you are one of the few who haven’t been drawn into the crazy world that belongs to Lady Gaga (and to her alone, it seems) then I invite you to read on. The Lady Gaga world is an incredibly well manufactured product, from the crazy videos (see Paparazzi) to the bizarre interviews( see Johnathan Ross), the ridiculous get-ups (any photo) to the polished beats, synths and vocals on “The Fame”.