Pop star Lady Gaga has raised her voice against US military`s Don't Ask, Don't Tell policy which prohibits gays admitting their sexuality.


Lady Gaga Stands Against Military`s Don't Ask, Don't Tell Policy
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Pop star Lady Gaga has raised her voice against US military`s Don't Ask, Don't Tell policy which prohibits gays admitting their sexuality.
 
The 24-year old singer who is an active gay rights activist posted a video on YouTube urging million of people to protest the policy. In the seven and a half minute video, the ‘Poker face’ singer is seen sitting in front of an American flag dressed in a black suit and tie.
 
"Since then (1993) 14,000 Americans have been discharged from the armed forces, refused the right to serve their country and sent home regardless of honorable service or how valuable they may have been to their units," the singer said in the video.
 
"I have called both of the senators that operate in my district. Ultimately the law is being enforced by using gay profiling and gay soldiers have become targets. Not only is the law unconstitutional, but it`s not even being properly or fairly enforced by the government," she added.
 
The protest of the singer soon began after she appeared with four solders at the MTV Video Music Awards and donned a meat dress to receive her Video of the Year award.
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