Singer-songwriter Ke$ha has praised President Barack Obama for including gay rights in his inaugural speech.

Obama cited Stonewall, the birthplace of the gay rights movement, and stated that “if we are truly created equal, then surely the love we commit to one another must be equal as well.”

The 25-year-old Ke$ha – full name Kesha Rose Sebert – was asked her thoughts on the historic mention by The Hollywood Reporter.

Ke$ha called the mention “moving.”

“A lot of my friends and family are gay and lesbian, and it's an issue that's very close to my heart,” she said. “A lot of my fans have to struggle with their own issues – and so did I growing up – and anything you can do to help people look at each other in a nonjudgmental way, I think it's a positive thing.”

She added that she would be the “funnest president ever.”

“Whiskey for all!” she said.

Ke$ha's second studio album, Warrior, was released in November.

(Related: Ke$ha describes gay men as “really magical people.”)