Cyrus tweeted the photo of the new tattoo, which is an equal sign on the side of her ring finger. With the photo, Cyrus wrote, “All LOVE is equal.”
Some fans disagreed with her point of view. In response she wrote, “where does it say in the bible to judge others? Oh right. It doesn’t. GOD is the only judge honey. ‘GOD is love.’”
We will give her credit – the tattoo is a respectable move. She obviously is very proud of her stance, and is willing to defend it.
“We have a great deal of more work to do,” said the American Idol runner-up at a Human Rights Campaign dinner Saturday in North Carolina. “Our time is now, and it’s about damn time.”
He said he is fighting for equality for everyone, and spoke about why he waited so long to speak publicly about his sexuality.
The National Equality March is scheduled for October 11, and this year, it’s got a big ticket supporter. Lady Gaga is heading to Washington DC to attend and contribute to the march, which advocates gay rights.
Gaga, an avid supporter of gay rights, is calling her fans to take action and lend their support the the Equality March. The march begins at noon and the rally at 2:00 o.p. o the West Lawn of the Capital building. “This march is a call to action for all people from al over the country to gather to march to be visible as one and to speak out and demand full equal rights for all lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered citizens in all 50 states,” says Gaga.