Singer Adam Lambert's mother, Leila Lambert, talks about her gay advocacy in a video interview with gay glossy The Advocate.

Leila's advocacy was recognized last month by Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) at the group's annual The LA Event in Beverly Hills, California.

“When I chose to become active in some of these organizations, I realized that I can hopefully reach one person or two people or a hundred people and I really feel that if that's the case then I can reach out. It's a wonderful thing, but I think that we all have a voice in this and we can all take part and make a big difference. And I hope that's what happens.”

She also recollected meeting a woman after a taping of the Oprah Winfrey Show.

“I was left in the audience after everyone had left and a woman came up to me with her daughter. And the woman was crying. And I said to her, 'What's wrong?' And she said, 'I'm so amazed that I'm meeting you, because you said three words once that really blew me away.'”

The woman confessed that she had rejected her gay son, then added that Leila's words had made a huge difference in her relationship with her son.

“That to me means so much,” Leila added.