Pastor Rick Meyer says Lady Gaga has
got it right with gay anthem Born
to alternative weekly Riverfront Times, Meyer of the
Maplewood United Church of Christ in suburban St. Louis agreed with
Lady Gaga in a sign posted outside his church.
“To my children,” the sign says.
“Lady Gaga's got it … Born This Way!”
“I don't make mistakes! - God,” the
radio stations censored Born This Way after it was released in
March because of worries that the lyrics would violate the
government's censorship rules that strictly prohibit the promotion of
In the song, Lady Gaga sings, “No
matter gay, straight or bi, lesbian, transgendered life, I'm on the
right track, baby.” (The video is embedded in the right panel of
conservatives in the U.S. also condemned the song's message after
it was featured on the Fox musical-comedy Glee, which
they claimed glamorized gay relationships.
“I really loved
Glee's Born This Way episode,” Lady Gaga tweeted to
her nearly 10 million followers. “I admire the show for being
brave+fighting for such modern social messaging. Never back down.”
Colbert mocked the controversy on Comedy Central's The Colbert