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This is a topic dedicated to fellow little monsters on here who are fans of Lady Gaga like myself so I decided I will be posting related content here.

Decided this would be fun to do. ^_^

lady gaga flirting GIF

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Man, that movie must be crack or something.

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6 hours ago, Sheila Motko said:

Frist version was made in 1937. 

Again they made one in 1954

And in 1976

Each version different.

 

Yes it’s true and in this one, there’s actually Easter eggs from the pervious films. All the versions are different.

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6 hours ago, Onision said:

Man, that movie must be crack or something.

XD accurate but it’s really popular right now XD 

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100 percent give credit to Lady Gaga Source and LG Updates for these Twitter statuses.

Not my words/photos, just some fun facts. 

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As some of you may or may not be aware, Lady Gaga currently has a Las Vegas residence and a lot of monsters can’t afford/aren’t able to go so other little monsters flim concerts so other people can experience it which is very nice.

I would love to see both of them but honestly wanna see the jazz and piano show more than anything.

Shes doing two shows, Enigma which is her pop show. Also a jazz and piano show.  I have never wanted to see a Vegas show before till her XD 

 

 Hope you guys enjoy ^_^ 

live in vegas enigma GIF by Lady Gaga

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https://www.glaad.org/amp/lady-gaga-taught-me-to-honor-bi-community

(Credit goes to original person who wrote this. Not mine.)

In what seems like a common experience for people in my generation, Lady Gaga was the main driving force behind my coming out as gay. Now, she continues to be my role model and her music makes me feel strong and free to be myself.

I first found her while scrolling through YouTube. Previously, I had only heard her name in the media, but after watching her performance of “Applause," I fell in love.

Gaga proudly owned her femininity on stage. The theatrics at the beginning of her performance—with the booming track and her energetic costume changes—displayed a level of power and confidence I’d never witnessed. She was unapologetically in control of her s●●uality and her command of the stage pushed me further on my path to self-discovery.

Through Lady Gaga, I also garnered a deeper understanding of something beyond myself: I became more aware of the issues that bis●●ual+ members of my community faced. It is uncommon to find bis●●ual+ women proudly represented at all, let alone positively, in the media. Bis●●ual+ individuals have to constantly reaffirm their s●●uality in a world that often thinks bis●●uality isn’t a real identity.

“I’d say she’s one of a few bi women I look up to, in terms of role models,” says Rosie Sahagun, a student who identifies as bis●●ual. Briannah Hill, a nonbinary GLAAD Campus Ambassador adds to Rosie’s sentiment: “[Lady Gaga is] showing representation for youth and people who are bi.”

Gaga’s support for the queer community was solidified with the release of "Born This Way." I listened to the title track in my junior year of high school. It was the anthem I needed to accept myself and move forward with my life instead of following other people’s expectations. The powerful lyrics made me feel comfortable knowing that I had someone to look up to that was fighting for my equality.

Throughout her career and through her music, Gaga continues to advocate for the LGBTQ+ community. I remember watching videos of her speech from the 2009 National Equality March where she called for the repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.” Her interview with Barbara Walters in 2009 opened my eyes to bi+ erasure, an important issue within American media and within the LGBTQ+ community. Bi+ erasure refers to behavior that questions or outright denies bis●●ual+ identities. 

In the song “Poker Face,” Gaga asserts her bis●●uality. She so clearly just wants to be herself and this philosophy is something that a lot of young people I spoke to find brave and essential in media.

Other members of the LGBTQ+ community share similar stories of feeling represented through seeing Gaga’s bis●●ual+ pride.

“Her music helped me get through middle school and high school. She’s incredibly relatable...” said Eva Reign Thomas, a GLAAD Campus Ambassador who is transgender. Christopher Aceves Jr., a gay high school student, puts it perfectly: “I look up to her for her bravery and how she just loves to be herself no matter what anyone thinks.

Lady Gaga not only taught me how to love and embrace my own identity, but she also helped me understand bis●●ual+ identities and how important it is to always include and advocate for the bi+ community.

And even though I’m not bi myself, I still relate fiercely to Lady Gaga and feel lucky to have her representing our communities in the media. Gaga says, “we’re all born superstars,” and I think we shouldn’t be afraid to push for all of us—L, G, B, T, and Q—to be represented.

 

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I merged all your Lady Gaga threads into one (approved by Greg) to keep things a bit more organized. I believe this will also make the thread more active because now any LG fan can see the updates in one place rather than missing out on old threads that have been buried by inactivity.

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5 hours ago, Lilith said:

I merged all your Lady Gaga threads into one (approved by Greg) to keep things a bit more organized. I believe this will also make the thread more active because now any LG fan can see the updates in one place rather than missing out on old threads that have been buried by inactivity.

Well thanks ^_^! 

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I'm thinking you should probably start a fan site. You seem very invested and that is a good place to put your energy... like a "LadyGagaIsTheBest.com" or something.

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1 hour ago, Onision said:

I'm thinking you should probably start a fan site. You seem very invested and that is a good place to put your energy... like a "LadyGagaIsTheBest.com" or something.

Well thank you greg for the suggestion which I appreciate it. I have thought about it and will consider it......

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8 hours ago, alexsis.dimarzio@yahoo.com said:

@LizardQueen Not too sure if you seen this or not but I saw this 

and decided to share it with you here. Seeing how you like Lady Gaga 

here is a clip I found of her in the show The Sopranos, thought you 

may like it/think it is cool. 😊

 

I have and i think it’s pretty dope. ^_^

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 New videos, a Star is born videos may contain spoilers so you’ve haven’t seen it yet, go see it! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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