My favorite quote from Gaga: “‘Born This Way’ is about saying, ‘This is who I am. This is who the fuck I am!’”
That’s a rallying cry for those of us who feel different – and who have been made to feel that difference is wrong, or bad, or unacceptable for whatever reason. I count myself among those numbers.
And for those who choose to spend their time judging others, telling others that who they are isn’t okay – telling others that who they love, how they dress, the way they act isn’t acceptable, isn’t appropriate, isn’t right – Who are you to say what someone else should be?
You know, Julia’s right. “Born This Way,” among other things, is a rallying cry to encourage confused gay teens to accept themselves as the beautiful glitter unicorns they are, young men and women who couldn’t help coming out of the womb being all sassy and fabulous. (It’s also an obvious ploy to make millions off of all those buttpumpers who just want to dance, dance, dance.) Perhaps Julia Allison was simply born an entitled, classist, vapid, status-hungry twat who can’t speak or write intelligently. Maybe it is biology and not rude, socially unacceptable, assholish and lazy behavior that is almost universally unappealing. We shouldn’t “bully” people who can’t help being an asshole. But, to that end, Julia Allison shouldn’t bully Lady Gaga.
Can someone please explain to me why Lady Gaga … who is from New York … speaks with a faux British accent?
@euanrellie – HA! Well it made me (a fan) want to punch her in the faux face.
Julia Allison should know about faux faces, amiright? I find it strange that we catladies are considered “bullies” who have malice “in spades,” when we absolutely do not condone physical violence whatsoever when remarking on a public figure. Yet, when Julia Allison threatens to give a public figure a beatdown, it’s perfectly OK.
It’s just genetics, after all, bunnies! Fell free to relax!
UPDATE: In other news, Julia Allison find gays who don’t adhere to demeaning, caricature-like stereotypes disappointing.
Watch “a complete lack of sass” on “My Disappointing Gay Best Friend.”
Why won’t she stop judging gays for being the fully-realized, complicated human beings they are? Who is she to tell them that the way they act is unacceptable? Why is it perfectly fine to shove her prom dress in their faces, demand that they play dress-up and force them to be a minstrelsy one-dimensional stereotype that sets back the quest for equal rights and acceptance of homosexuals in our society?
Stop not being faggoty fags, you fags, or else Julia Allison won’t stop judging you!
UPDATE #2: Tyler Coates, of the aforementioned “My Disappointing Gay Best Friend” video above, expresses. . . um. . . annoyance that Julia Allison posted his (admittedly funny) video and completely missed the point — that point being that most sane gay people hate when annoying women bully the gays into being nothing but a sassy and stereotypical accessory.
In the words of Julia Allison: “Hysterical!”