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PostSubject: It Gets Better Campaign   20.10.10 1:13

Rocker Adam Lambert says he wants gay teens to ignore the hate and focus on the love.

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Lambert addressed the recent spate of gay teens bullied to death in the U.S. at a press conference before performing in Malaysia, which was protested by members of the Pan Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS), Malaysia's Islamic opposition party because the theatrical performer “promotes gay culture.” Holding signs that read “Not Our Culture” protesters held a reportedly peaceful demonstration outside the venue.

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Adam Lambert Encourages Gay Fans In 'It Gets Better' Video

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Adam Lambert is the latest celebrity to lend his voice to the "It Gets Better" project, aimed at sending strong, positive messages to LGBT youth in light of recent gay teen suicides.

The singer — one of the few openly gay major pop stars — encourages his fans to be who they are and not let bullies win. "It gets better," the "American Idol" runner-up says in the black-and-white clip that appears to have been filmed backstage at one of his shows, as evidenced by the rack of glam-tastic clothes behind him.

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Adam Lambert Encourages His Gay Fans In His ‘It Gets Better’ Video
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Adam Lambert’s It Gets Better video was added to YouTube this morning, and in the clip, which runs over a minute-and-a-half, the Glam One Of Pop offers words of support and encouragement to LGBT and questioning youths who are being bullied. He then admits that he still gets hated on despite his post-American Idol success.

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Adam Lambert Tells LGBT Youth in New PSA: 'It Gets Better'

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Adam Lambert takes the baton from other stars who have recorded a PSA for "It Gets Better" campaign. The singer sends a positive message to LGBT youth out there from the point of view of an openly-gay public figure, saying even he still got bullied by people with "nasty" comments.

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Adam Lambert V. Ke$ha: Who Has the Authentic LGBT Anthem?


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Why did RCA release Ke$ha's new single We R Who We R and market it as a "timely anthem, promoting acceptance instead of hate and judgment" while blindly ignoring Aftermath, a song written and sung by Adam Lambert on his debut album For Your Entertainment? While Ke$ha's We R Who We R sounds no different then any of her other pop trash club songs, Adam Lambert's Aftermath has authenticity. It was not written to take advantage of a celebrity fad. It is about a real man's struggle, a man who has the courage to own who he is regardless of the consequences. Wouldn't that song and singer have even more of an impact on LGBT youth?

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