Lady Gaga once again exploits gay com...

Lady Gaga once again exploits gay community as her backlash continues

There are 60 comments on the Examiner.com story from Dec 9, 2013, titled Lady Gaga once again exploits gay community as her backlash continues. In it, Examiner.com reports that:

On Saturday, Lady Gaga made a huge announcement : "The United States should not go to the Olympics in Russia," the vastly fading pop star said.

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Franz

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#2 Dec 9, 2013
Great article.
Black Lipstick

Pittsfield, MA

#3 Dec 9, 2013
What a pig she's become. Change your undies stinky!
Christina

Mesa, AZ

#4 Dec 9, 2013
Who?

“Equality marches on! ”

Since: Apr 08

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#6 Dec 9, 2013
The Examiner? Much like the Enquirer.
Chance

Grove City, PA

#7 Dec 9, 2013
The flash in a pan I declared her to be two years ago. Now if gays can only wake up to the fact that many people exploit them, including Obama.

Since: Mar 09

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#8 Dec 9, 2013
NE Jade wrote:
The Examiner? Much like the Enquirer.
Not really. More like "People" in places.

This "backlash" is just a concoction of some queens who went into "jounalism" because they couldn't handle the "hard" courses in school, like arithmetic, AND who got dissed when they asked for press-passes to her last concert.

Publicists are increasingly using negative advertising to keep their clients' name in the media, essentially because they are talentless hacks who don't really know how to work the media to get noticed.

It's similar to the old prima dona wars between stars back in the days of Hedda Hopper. This generation or audience and stars never heard of them, so no-talent publicists haul them out, dust them off and present them as "new" ... with a little inexpensive market demographics testing at the local malls to help sell the ideas.

The principle is, "A lie will run halfway around the planet while the truth is still tying it's shoes."
Chance

Grove City, PA

#9 Dec 9, 2013
snyper wrote:
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Not really. More like "People" in places.
This "backlash" is just a concoction of some queens who went into "jounalism" because they couldn't handle the "hard" courses in school, like arithmetic, AND who got dissed when they asked for press-passes to her last concert.
Publicists are increasingly using negative advertising to keep their clients' name in the media, essentially because they are talentless hacks who don't really know how to work the media to get noticed.
It's similar to the old prima dona wars between stars back in the days of Hedda Hopper. This generation or audience and stars never heard of them, so no-talent publicists haul them out, dust them off and present them as "new" ... with a little inexpensive market demographics testing at the local malls to help sell the ideas.
The principle is, "A lie will run halfway around the planet while the truth is still tying it's shoes."
Just another sign her music ain't all that great, and she's just somebody who craves an extraordinary amount of attention. Think The Beatles and The Rolling Stones needed those kinds of gimmicks in the 60s? Did Barbra Streisand need that? Neil Diamond? I could go on and on. Those are entertainers who have stood the test of time. Their music still gets play 40 years down the road. Think anybody will listen to Lady Gaga in 2050?

“Equality marches on! ”

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#11 Dec 9, 2013
Chance wrote:
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Just another sign her music ain't all that great, and she's just somebody who craves an extraordinary amount of attention. Think The Beatles and The Rolling Stones needed those kinds of gimmicks in the 60s? Did Barbra Streisand need that? Neil Diamond? I could go on and on. Those are entertainers who have stood the test of time. Their music still gets play 40 years down the road. Think anybody will listen to Lady Gaga in 2050?
If you don't like her music, don't listen to it. I find Neil Diamond/Babs/ and ABBA elevator music, but to each his own. That is what is great about music and artists that express themselves. Some like it, some don't.

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#12 Dec 9, 2013
Chance wrote:
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Just another sign her music ain't all that great, and she's just somebody who craves an extraordinary amount of attention. Think The Beatles and The Rolling Stones needed those kinds of gimmicks in the 60s? Did Barbra Streisand need that? Neil Diamond? I could go on and on. Those are entertainers who have stood the test of time. Their music still gets play 40 years down the road. Think anybody will listen to Lady Gaga in 2050?
Not these specifically, but the madmen were involved from the moment they signed onto labels.

"Barbra" had her own ready-made constituency, and much the same can be said for Neil Diamond. Jewish girls everywhere were an instant sell. That formed the base.

The others? Think teen mags, just for starters, then move on to the old (then new) star-maker machinery of am/fm radio.

Once the Beatles were "banned" from the US, their album sales went through the roof.

"Banned in Boston" is a very useful, and lucrative appellation.

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#13 Dec 9, 2013
NE Jade wrote:
<quoted text>If you don't like her music, don't listen to it. I find Neil Diamond/Babs/ and ABBA elevator music, but to each his own. That is what is great about music and artists that express themselves. Some like it, some don't.
How DARE you desecrate the holy name of "ABBA" !!!

I'm taking away your gay union card.

“Equality marches on! ”

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#14 Dec 9, 2013
snyper wrote:
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How DARE you desecrate the holy name of "ABBA" !!!
I'm taking away your gay union card.
I have never liked them!! Nor Liza or Babs!! LOL I have a special gay card…one that allows me to hate cooking, not care all that about fashion, and will never, never refer to any of my male friends as "she" or "that girl".
Pierre

France

#15 Dec 9, 2013
NE Jade wrote:
<quoted text>I have never liked them!! Nor Liza or Babs!! LOL I have a special gay card…one that allows me to hate cooking, not care all that about fashion, and will never, never refer to any of my male friends as "she" or "that girl".
Next step take down that avatar then we'll work on getting you to start liking girls. There just might be hope for you after all!

“Equality marches on! ”

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#16 Dec 9, 2013
I'd change my pic, old R1, but giving you new masturbatory material, might encourage your stalking behavior even more.

“Together for 24, legal for 5”

Since: Sep 07

Littleton, NH

#17 Dec 10, 2013
Chance wrote:
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Just another sign her music ain't all that great, and she's just somebody who craves an extraordinary amount of attention. Think The Beatles and The Rolling Stones needed those kinds of gimmicks in the 60s? Did Barbra Streisand need that? Neil Diamond? I could go on and on. Those are entertainers who have stood the test of time. Their music still gets play 40 years down the road. Think anybody will listen to Lady Gaga in 2050?
Promotion has ALWAYS been the name of the game in pop music. Can you imagine Babs without her gay following? She has not been exactly shy about playing that, either.

As for Lady Gaga's music, it seems as good as any other pop produced since the seventies.

Since: Mar 09

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#18 Dec 10, 2013
nhjeff wrote:
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Promotion has ALWAYS been the name of the game in pop music. Can you imagine Babs without her gay following? She has not been exactly shy about playing that, either.
As for Lady Gaga's music, it seems as good as any other pop produced since the seventies.
She feels like a melding of Madonna and, dare I say it, Grace Jones.

Since: Jul 09

Indy/Philly/Toronto

#19 Dec 10, 2013
Shock value inspires headlines - not good music.
From this wench to the ever putrid Eminem, all are non-musical insects.
Maybe start paying attention to some real artists.
Chad

UK

#21 Dec 10, 2013
The only Gaga song I ever heard that I liked is this. Not bad.

Niles

UK

#23 Dec 10, 2013
NE Jade wrote:
I'd change my pic, old R1, but giving you new masturbatory material, might encourage your stalking behavior even more.
Who IS this R1 you constantly speak of? You seem obsessed. Seek help.
Black Lipstick

Pittsfield, MA

#24 Dec 10, 2013
NE Jade wrote:
I'd change my pic, old R1, but giving you new masturbatory material, might encourage your stalking behavior even more.
"You' new masturbatory material"
rotflmao!
Pierre

France

#25 Dec 10, 2013
Niles wrote:
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Who IS this R1 you constantly speak of? You seem obsessed. Seek help.
Spot on!

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