Lady Gaga performs in Rome, with concerns of gay rightsBy Maricel Africa on Jun 12, 2011 in Concerts, Entertainment, Europe, Events, Hollywood, World •
Lady Gaga performed in Rome, Italy on Saturday, June 11, 2011 with much concerns in the rights of the gay worldwide, according to entertainment news sites that day.
Lady Gaga performs in Rome
Image Credit: Andrew Medichini/AP
In her quoted statement for all the people watching her at the Circus Maximus, “Today and every day we fight for freedom. We fight for justice. We beckon for compassion, understanding and above all we want full equality now.”
“We have the same DNA. We were just ‘born this way’.” She added.
Apparently, Lady Gaga named the countries like Russia, Poland, Lithuania, Hungary and Lebanon, wherein she told that discrimination for gays occurred.
“We stand here to demand an end to intolerance,” Lady Gaga explained, as she started to sing the acoustic renditions of some of her songs accompanied by the grand piano.
As noted by the organizers, Rome was chosen due to its association with the Vatican, which has a direct opposition of gay rights.
Nevertheless, Lady Gaga said that she respects religion, yet, the range of people have to be known and recognized by the religion as well.
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