WTF, Lady GaGa?

Now, those of you who follow me know that I’m the biggest little monster out there, but something happened the other day that disturbed me and I just had to speak out. While, I know that Lady GaGa is an artist who likes to push the boundaries and I usually respect that, this time she went a bit too far. By now, you’re probably all wondering what I’m talking about. It’s the now infamous incident where she had an artist vomit all over her. I know a lot of you are probably thinking, what’s the big deal. It was gross, but it was just another Lady GaGa stunt. However, you couldn’t be more wrong and I’m going to tell you why. We have a too high of percentage of girls, woman, boys and men who suffer from eating disorders. How do I know this? For a time, I myself battled bulimia, myself. As a result, I did irreversible harm to my body that I have to deal with every day. So, I will never be free from the claws of this dreaded disease. By doing this latest stunt, GaGa all but her stamp of approval on these disorders. I know that wasn’t her intent, but she should have known better. A lot of kids idolize her and by seeing her glorify it, it sends a pretty darn strong message. One that is very dangerous. Right now there could be numerous bulimics out there who are thinking to themselves, well if GaGa thinks it’s okay, why should I stop? That folks, should scare the living crud out of all of us. Yet, so far I have only heard of one celebrity who has had the courage to speak out against this stunt she pulled. In the end, I can’t help but feel a little sad and betrayed. If Lady GaGa cared and loved our children as much as she claims to, then why would she have done this in the first place?
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7 Responses to WTF, Lady GaGa?

  1. By the way, this blog post was written by me, Stephani Hecht. Word Pres just wouldn’t let me log on. So, my assistant, Jenny was kind enough to put it up for me.

  2. rhonda says:

    yeah , its not a good thing she did , it advocates eating disorders and unsafe fluid play .she really should send a better message to her fans .

  3. Meg says:

    I’m 53 yrs old, and I for the most part am a fan of GaGa. More for what she stand for than anything else. But I had to take a double after seeing this stunt. I mean really, who would even think, “hay lets have someone barf on me!”

  4. Teena M. says:

    That is so gross and your right does send the wrong message to our youth. Shame on her she really should know better and the people around her should have known better also…

  5. chickie434 says:

    I know she supports artistic talent and all, and I’ve actually seen a vomit artist in Ripley’s Believe or Not museum, but I think that’s just taking art a bit too far. Vomiting on command isn’t good for a person’s health, even if it is an art medium, and to encourage it is too much, even for Gaga.

  6. Joanne says:

    Knowing you support artistic talent, but going to that extreme is bit much. Performance art is a yes, but to vomit on a person is going a tab over supporting.

  7. Clau says:

    I did not see it, just as I do not think she has thought about the effect it would have, but for me it’s just disgusting. Luckily for me these pictures did not come into my country

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