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Lady Gaga tops poll of celebrities “doing most to tackle bullying”

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  1. September Meadows 17 Nov 2011, 3:07pm

    Lady Gaga RAWKS!! :D

  2. And start your bitching about Stonewall…….
    Now!

    1. I’m always glad to oblige.

      Stonewall is useless and unncessary isn’t it?

      And why hasn’t the homophobe Ben Summerskill been sacked yet?

      He has not explained or apologised his homophobic campaign against marriage equality at the LibDem Party conference last year.

      Until their polcy making and agenda setting becomes more transparent. And until Ben Summerskill either resigns or is sacked, then it’s a fact to state that Stonewall lacks all credibility and nobody should donate money to them or support them in any way.

      With ‘friends’ like Stonewall who needs enemies.

      1. It’s you that lacks credibility with your monotonous ranting, spoiling any actual point you may have had.

      2. Stonewall have done an awful lot of good … and made some horrendous mistakes along the way …

        They have changed their policy on the marriage issue …

        Lets not forget the good they have done at the expense of a serious error (where the have changed policy) …

        Personally I would have said Ben Cohen has done marginally more than Lady Gaga

      3. Yaaaaaaawn

  3. Jock S. Trap 17 Nov 2011, 3:16pm

    Good for Gaga!! :)

  4. Have I missed something? Please tell me what Nicola Roberts and Cher Lloyd have done. I must have been asleep.

    Ben is always going to be my idol though.

  5. jamestoronto 17 Nov 2011, 5:45pm

    Way to go Lady Gaga!! Too bad there is only one award when there are quite a few very deserving people. Her receiving it should not detract from the efforts of others.

  6. God Bless Lady Gaga, a true leader in the world who really cares about children and LGBT people. That is more than I can say for the Christians who seem to only want to rape and molest and harm the children today by thinking they can get away with their evil and sick plans to harm LGBT people, http://beyondexgay.com/article/harm1

  7. JohnWilliam 17 Nov 2011, 7:26pm

    I am glad for everything GaGa has done and continues to do. But i think some of her fans need to take a lesson from her and stop picking on people they see as a threat to her career. It sends off a bad message about GaGa more than anything and can only harm her work so far.

  8. Goo for GaGa ^^

  9. Cambodia Guesthouse 18 Nov 2011, 1:08am

    Yes, very well done Gaga. Well deserved.

    With the high rate of teen suicides at the moment, this has to be one of the most important issues that still needs tackling.

    Fair play to ANYONE who does so… especially if they can use their extremely high profile to make things happen.

  10. I am pleased. Gaga works incredibly hard – writes, performs ……and then there are those endless outfits to organize and still she finds time for the political stuff.

    However most of all she dared to be different which is not an easy thing to do.

    1. How much did you pay for your “ex-gay” conversion?

  11. Santa Gaga!

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