• Lady Gaga is a major advocate for the LGBTQ+ community
  • Dylan Mulvaney is a big trans influencer
  • Gaga has spoken out against some hate he's been getting

The controversy erupted following a shared photo celebrating International Women's Day, leading Gaga to speak out against the hate and call for unity among all women.

Gaga isn't having it

It was a moment meant for celebration, but it turned into a battleground for human rights! Lady Gaga, the "Born This Way" queen, is no stranger to standing up for what she believes in.

And this time, she's come out swinging against the transphobic trolls who dared to spew venom on a photo shared by the fabulous Dylan Mulvaney on International Women's Day.

The snapshot in question? Just two stunning ladies posing at a Clinuvel Pharmaceuticals event, oozing confidence and joy. But the haters had to have their say, misgendering and maligning.

The media called it "backlash," but Gaga wasn't having any of it. She took to Instagram, the photo earning over a million hearts, and declared, "Hatred is violence. This is not backlash. This is hatred."

Gaga's protective instincts kicked in, especially for Mulvaney, who's been a beacon of light in the trans community. After facing a conservative storm over a Bud Light partnership, Mulvaney's call for support was met with silence from the brand. But not from Gaga.

She's calling for all women to unite, to honor and celebrate each other, beyond gender identities and races.

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Gaga's message is crystal clear: hatred disguised as "backlash" is unacceptable. People deserve love, respect, and the right to live in peace and dignity. She's not just a superstar; she's a super advocate for equality and love.