Singer Adam Lambert has said that the gay community is resistant to celebrate gay male pop stars.

The 30-year-old Lambert made his remarks in a cover interview with gay glossy Instinct.

“As a community, we're a little bit resistant to a gay male pop star ourselves,” Lambert said.

“It's very easy for people to look at my origin, which is American Idol, and automatically assume that I'm a commercial sellout or a puppet or a flash in the pan. I don't think I'm any of those things.”

“There's something weird there,” he added, with a laugh. “We're very eager to celebrate a strong female. But to celebrate a fellow gay man – it gets catty sometimes.”

Lambert also told the magazine that his forthcoming sophomore album Trespassing is geared toward a gay-friendly club sound.

“This is the kind of music I listen to. I know the style of vocal I have is kind of big. It has a certain edge to it. I've always loved rock, but I also love stuff that is more groove-based, more funky, more soulful, more dance music,” Lambert said.

Trespassing arrives May 15.