Rocker Adam Lambert says his Glam Nation show is all inclusive, not gay.

Lambert took to Twitter to respond to protesters in Malaysia who demanded the cancellation of his Kuala Lumpur performance because it “promotes gay culture.”

“Does my show 'promote the gay lifestyle?'” he rhetorically asked his over 700,000 followers. “It promotes living ANY lifestyle that includes the freedom to seek love and intimacy. Gay, straight, bi, young or old. It's all inclusive.”

The American Idol season 8 runner-up, however, did agree to edit out a controversial kiss between himself and his male keyboardist, Tommy Joe Ratliff.

“While I don't believe that my glamnation tour is in any way offensive, I have agreed to make a few minor adjustments out of respect for the Malaysian government,” Lambert tweeted.

Holding signs that read “Not Our Culture” protesters held a reportedly peaceful demonstration outside the venue.

At a press conference before his performance in Malaysia, the openly gay Lambert announced that he had recorded a video for troubled gay teens considering suicide.

In the video, released on Monday, Lambert tells gay teens to stay proud: “It gets better, but it's up to you.”