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Lady Gaga moments supporting the LGBTQ+ community that we will never forget

Lady Gaga is a great icon for the LGBT community for many reasons, this is how she has supported them

We love that Lady Gaga many times used her great popularity to also support different causes, she really is on the side of the LGBTQ+ community and has shown it on many occasions.

Lady Gaga is one of the most popular singers in the international music industry. She has been delighting the public with her tracks for more than 10 years, we have seen her evolution, changes in her and others both in her songs and in her life and ideologies. She is a great example to follow, not only as an artist, but also as a human being.

The best thing is that Gaga not only uses her popularity for her own benefit, she has raised her voice for different causes. She is totally against discrimination. This singer not only supports the LGBT community, but she is also part of it since she came out as bisexual a long time ago.

It is no secret that Lady Gaga is an LGBTQ+ icon, definitely a lot of people who belong to that community have been inspired and even motivated thanks to this amazing singer. Not only because of her music, lyrics and messages from her. But because she has literally shown all her support without any hesitation.

So here we have some historical moments in which Lady Gaga has shown all her support for the LGBT community and it has been something that we will never forget, thank you for taking your music and showing that we are all human beings regardless of gender or sexual orientation.

7 times in which Lady Gaga has shown all her support for the LGBT community

1. National Equality March

Previously, members of the LGBTQ community in the United States could not openly serve in the military. This is discrimination so at the National Equality March, Lady Gaga spoke directly to Obama to change this.

2. The Meat Dress

Surely you remember the iconic meat dress that Lady Gaga wore at the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards, this also had to do with discrimination against the LGBT community in the US armed forces, as it was a protest against 'Don't Ask Don't Tell'.

Lady Gaga wore this dress as a protest | Twitter: @volevonasceref

3. Born This Way

'Born This Way' is a song that Lady Gaga released in 2011, this track has lyrics that support the LGBTQ+ community, in fact it is a great icon for it and Billboard named it 'Best LGBTQ Anthem' which even had an impact on the culture when it was released.

I'm beautiful in my way 'cause God makes no mistakes
I'm on the right track, baby, I was born this way
Don't hide yourself in regret, just love yourself, and you're set


4. Born This Way foundation

Lady Gaga and her mom created the Born This Way foundation, which is committed to working with younger generations to make this a better world. She wants kindness and respect to be the foundation of her foundation. In addition to that she seeks to eradicate discrimination.

Born This Way Foundtation | Twitter: @volevonasceref

5. Lady Gaga in Russia

Before Lady Gaga had her concert in Russia, she was warned that she could go to jail if she spoke about the rights of the LGBT community, but she did not care and made herself heard at her concert in that country. She is there to show her support and not hide even if she wants from such an authoritarian and closed government.

6. Lady Gaga's Haus Labs

Haus Labs is a cosmetics and perfume company founded by Lady Gaga, its products are inclusive of all gender identities, plus a portion of the profits also goes to support her 'Born This Way Foundation'.

Lady Gaga owns Haus Labs | Twitter: @ladygaga

7. Lady Gaga in Superbowl

In 2017, Lady Gaga performed at the Superbowl halftime show and the song she performed was 'Born This Way'. She is the first and only artist in history to address the LGBT community during a Superbowl halftime show and this happened shortly after Donald Trump became president of the USA.

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