I tried to catch her behind the stage for a question, but she was nowhere to be seen.
" a straight friend asked me at the 2009 National Equality March, right after the pop-star diva told the crowd that the gay-rights rally was "the most important moment of [her] career." She's a star, I said, and she's outrageous -- she wore a dress stitched from slabs of raw beef to the MTV Video Music Awards and sunglasses studded with lit cigarettes in the music video for "Telephone." Of course, Gaga has many predecessors -- from Judy Garland to Marilyn Monroe to Madonna -- and indeed, right before Gaga's appearance at the march, the Gay Men's Chorus of Washington, D.
"Did you know that Michael Moore is only one person and yet controls 33 percent of the world's cholesterol? Coulter continued for a while, hawking her various books—her next published work, she joked, will be called —and somehow even got in a dig about Jerry Sandusky.
"They roared, as hundreds of Occupy protesters faced off with D. When the giant red clock on the screen opposite the podium neared , she took questions from the crowd.
In August, the gay Republican group GOProud announced that its annual fundraiser, Homocon -- a portmanteau of "homo" and "conservative" -- would include an address from Ann Coulter, whom advertisements billed as "the right wing Judy Garland." The Log Cabin Republicans told The New York Times that they "could not think of anyone who we would want to party with more." At first I doubted whether Coulter could pull it off.
That seems like a fair deal to me."The ladies howled and pumped their fists in the air.
She took a few more questions and then left the stage to a standing ovation.
When an old boyfriend told Lady Gaga that she would never succeed -- and that he hoped she wouldn't -- she reportedly snapped back, "Someday when we're not together, you won't be able to order a cup of coffee at the fucking deli without hearing or seeing me!
" For an ostracized group that's been handed a long list of you cannots from the get-go, these biographies offer a ray of hope: If Gaga or Whitney or Marilyn can fly over the rainbow, why, oh why can't I?