From her first hit, Billboard Hot 100 chart-topper “Just Dance”, Lady Gaga keeps homosexuals on the podium, discarding the melodies along with her. It is a well-known fact that Mrs. Germanotta is not just a famous hitmaker, she is also one of the fiercest advocates of the LGBTQ community. From its iconic elections to its commitment to youth information on LGBTQ, there are many reasons (although we could probably find one million) that Gaga has earned her stripes as a gay icon.
She turned out to be bisexual – and doubled on her.
In an interview for 2009 with Barbara Walters, Lady Gaga came out as a bisexual, explaining that her “Poker Face” jam is for another woman. While her sex life is not part of our business, having a frantic superstar accidentally came out in front of millions of national television is undoubtedly a milestone. After they got out, critics expressed doubts about the singer’s sexuality; however, they were put on vacation in an interview with Andy Cohen. During her appearance of Watch What Happens Live “Artpop-era” Gaga said: “It’s not a lie I’m bisexual and I like women, and anyone who wants to distort this” says it’s bisexual for marketing “- – a lie lie. This is who I am and who I’ve always been. “Bi-erasing, who?
She used her platform to launch massive non-profit anti-bullying.
Since the founding of the Born This Way Foundation in 2011, Mother Monstrum – and her mother, Cynthia Germanotta – have helped thousands of LGBTK children and teenagers. BTWF has launched initiatives like HackHarrassment, Channel Kindness and KindMonsters – not to mention collaboration with Starbucks – to help end the bullying of LGBTQ youth.