Thursday, April 7, 2011

Lady Gaga Supports Gay Teens

Lady Gaga has pledged a portion of the money earned
from sales of "Born This Way (Country Road Version)"
to the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network
(GLSEN), which strives to assure that each member of
every school community is valued & respected regardless
of sexual orientation or gender identity/expression.
As you know LGBTQ teens are up to 4 times more likely
to attempt suicide than their heterosexual peers & over
the past year numerous teens have taken their own lives
after facing bullying incidents. More Info @ GLSEN
Also Lady Gaga is getting the royal treatment on a new
episode of Glee. The hit Fox series will expand by a
half-hour for the April 26 episode paying tribute to the
pop star. In the 90-minute episode, members of the
New Directions high school glee club perform her hit
Born This Way & learn a lesson about self-acceptance.
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Anonymous Eliza Byard said...

The amazing Lady Gaga, her publisher and Interscope Records announced that they will donate a portion of proceeds from iTunes downloads of the Country Road Version of "Born This Way" to GLSEN. We are honored that Lady Gaga and her team have chosen to support GLSEN and our work to make schools safe for all students, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity/expression. Our GLSEN Student Ambassadors are particularly thrilled to know that their favorite artist is helping them work toward a day where young people learn to respect and accept all people

Eliza Byard, Executive Director, GLSEN

April 7, 2011 at 7:28 AM  

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