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kathryn17:

"Let’s talk for a minute about why we’re here tonight. So the truth is, and my brother Neil always makes fun of me because Neil went to college for Political Science, and he’s always like ‘you’re such an idiot about politics’ and I’m like ‘ughhhhh I just wanna dress up!’ But seriously, the thing I like about Question 6, is that it’s not really about politics at all! Yes, you have to vote in order to choose ‘Yes’ on 6, but you don’t have to be a Republican or a Democrat or either one. It has nothing to with a partisan pfffft. It’s a human-rights issue. So for my brothers and sisters who are also not that politically-minded, this is something that’s really important to everybody! And it’s very easy. And that’s what this fundraiser’s all about. It’s about raising awareness to get people to go out and vote on something that’s very simple. Do you want to give equal rights to all members of your community or not? The thing I always like to differentiate with when it comes to these types of conversations, it has nothing to do with what religion or your moral compass; where it lies. It has nothing to do with that. I have full respect for everybody’s religion. Everybody has the right to choose whatever religious, spiritual path that they wanna choose, and that’s fine. But if I’m gonna respect that path, you gotta respect my equal rights.      And so that’s what I love about Question 6. It’s direct. Hopefully people find out about this, they come and vote for it. Even if it’s the only fucking box they check. So when I got the call that they wanted me to come down and do this fundraiser, I was very excited because I feel like it’s a little bit overdue for me to be involved in a political-anything. And this is something I can whole-heartedly back up without sounding like an idiot.      So thank you guys for coming tonight. I hope you tell your friends about Question 6! It’s very important. Everybody has the right to just love who we love! You can go to your church, you can go to your synagogue, you can go to your temple, whatever. But give us equal rights under the law.” -Adam Lambert on the Maryland Question 6 Vote (September 25th, 2012)

kathryn17:

"Let’s talk for a minute about why we’re here tonight. So the truth is, and my brother Neil always makes fun of me because Neil went to college for Political Science, and he’s always like ‘you’re such an idiot about politics’ and I’m like ‘ughhhhh I just wanna dress up!’ But seriously, the thing I like about Question 6, is that it’s not really about politics at all! Yes, you have to vote in order to choose ‘Yes’ on 6, but you don’t have to be a Republican or a Democrat or either one. It has nothing to with a partisan pfffft. It’s a human-rights issue. So for my brothers and sisters who are also not that politically-minded, this is something that’s really important to everybody! And it’s very easy. And that’s what this fundraiser’s all about. It’s about raising awareness to get people to go out and vote on something that’s very simple. Do you want to give equal rights to all members of your community or not? The thing I always like to differentiate with when it comes to these types of conversations, it has nothing to do with what religion or your moral compass; where it lies. It has nothing to do with that. I have full respect for everybody’s religion. Everybody has the right to choose whatever religious, spiritual path that they wanna choose, and that’s fine. But if I’m gonna respect that path, you gotta respect my equal rights.
     And so that’s what I love about Question 6. It’s direct. Hopefully people find out about this, they come and vote for it. Even if it’s the only fucking box they check. So when I got the call that they wanted me to come down and do this fundraiser, I was very excited because I feel like it’s a little bit overdue for me to be involved in a political-anything. And this is something I can whole-heartedly back up without sounding like an idiot.
     So thank you guys for coming tonight. I hope you tell your friends about Question 6! It’s very important. Everybody has the right to just love who we love! You can go to your church, you can go to your synagogue, you can go to your temple, whatever. But give us equal rights under the law.”
-Adam Lambert on the Maryland Question 6 Vote (September 25th, 2012)

kathryn17:

"Let’s talk for a minute about why we’re here tonight. So the truth is, and my brother Neil always makes fun of me because Neil went to college for Political Science, and he’s always like ‘you’re such an idiot about politics’ and I’m like ‘ughhhhh I just wanna dress up!’ But seriously, the thing I like about Question 6, is that it’s not really about politics at all! Yes, you have to vote in order to choose ‘Yes’ on 6, but you don’t have to be a Republican or a Democrat or either one. It has nothing to with a partisan pfffft. It’s a human-rights issue. So for my brothers and sisters who are also not that politically-minded, this is something that’s really important to everybody! And it’s very easy. And that’s what this fundraiser’s all about. It’s about raising awareness to get people to go out and vote on something that’s very simple. Do you want to give equal rights to all members of your community or not? The thing I always like to differentiate with when it comes to these types of conversations, it has nothing to do with what religion or your moral compass; where it lies. It has nothing to do with that. I have full respect for everybody’s religion. Everybody has the right to choose whatever religious, spiritual path that they wanna choose, and that’s fine. But if I’m gonna respect that path, you gotta respect my equal rights.      And so that’s what I love about Question 6. It’s direct. Hopefully people find out about this, they come and vote for it. Even if it’s the only fucking box they check. So when I got the call that they wanted me to come down and do this fundraiser, I was very excited because I feel like it’s a little bit overdue for me to be involved in a political-anything. And this is something I can whole-heartedly back up without sounding like an idiot.      So thank you guys for coming tonight. I hope you tell your friends about Question 6! It’s very important. Everybody has the right to just love who we love! You can go to your church, you can go to your synagogue, you can go to your temple, whatever. But give us equal rights under the law.” -Adam Lambert on the Maryland Question 6 Vote (September 25th, 2012)

kathryn17:

"Let’s talk for a minute about why we’re here tonight. So the truth is, and my brother Neil always makes fun of me because Neil went to college for Political Science, and he’s always like ‘you’re such an idiot about politics’ and I’m like ‘ughhhhh I just wanna dress up!’ But seriously, the thing I like about Question 6, is that it’s not really about politics at all! Yes, you have to vote in order to choose ‘Yes’ on 6, but you don’t have to be a Republican or a Democrat or either one. It has nothing to with a partisan pfffft. It’s a human-rights issue. So for my brothers and sisters who are also not that politically-minded, this is something that’s really important to everybody! And it’s very easy. And that’s what this fundraiser’s all about. It’s about raising awareness to get people to go out and vote on something that’s very simple. Do you want to give equal rights to all members of your community or not? The thing I always like to differentiate with when it comes to these types of conversations, it has nothing to do with what religion or your moral compass; where it lies. It has nothing to do with that. I have full respect for everybody’s religion. Everybody has the right to choose whatever religious, spiritual path that they wanna choose, and that’s fine. But if I’m gonna respect that path, you gotta respect my equal rights.
     And so that’s what I love about Question 6. It’s direct. Hopefully people find out about this, they come and vote for it. Even if it’s the only fucking box they check. So when I got the call that they wanted me to come down and do this fundraiser, I was very excited because I feel like it’s a little bit overdue for me to be involved in a political-anything. And this is something I can whole-heartedly back up without sounding like an idiot.
     So thank you guys for coming tonight. I hope you tell your friends about Question 6! It’s very important. Everybody has the right to just love who we love! You can go to your church, you can go to your synagogue, you can go to your temple, whatever. But give us equal rights under the law.”
-Adam Lambert on the Maryland Question 6 Vote (September 25th, 2012)

kathryn17:

"It’s a vote about human-rights. It’s something that the people can choose on directly. It has nothing to do with if you’re a Republican or a Democrat, it’s totally non-partisan. It’s just a human-rights question. Despite the fact that I’m not married, I’m not actually planning on getting married any time soon, not that I can see. But I have a lot of friends that would love the opportunity to come to ‘Marry-land’ and get married maybe." -Adam Lambert on Question 6 in Maryland.

kathryn17:

"It’s a vote about human-rights. It’s something that the people can choose on directly. It has nothing to do with if you’re a Republican or a Democrat, it’s totally non-partisan. It’s just a human-rights question. Despite the fact that I’m not married, I’m not actually planning on getting married any time soon, not that I can see. But I have a lot of friends that would love the opportunity to come to ‘Marry-land’ and get married maybe." -Adam Lambert on Question 6 in Maryland.

kathryn17:

"You know my hair’s not as silver at this very moment. When you wash your hair with warm water and shampoo, it changes and colors fall out and in, and it’s an ebb and flow of color." -Adam Lambert on his new silver hair :)

kathryn17:

A gorgeous Adam Lambert in New York City for New York Fashion Week!

kathryn17:

"I like that at one point it felt like future but also kind of 20s flapper. The fusion between the old and the new I thought was really genius. The last three gowns were like jaw-drop, like ‘what!?’" -Adam Lambert on the Falguni & Shane Peacock fashion show:

kathryn17:

A stunning Adam Lambert at New York Fashion Week!

kathryn17:

Professional pictures of Adam Lambert at the Blonds fashion show, 9-11-12 during New York Fashion Week

kathryn17:

Adam Lambert article in this week’s OZ’s WHO magazine:Soundtrack To My Life…Adam LambertThe 2009 American Idol runner-up and electro-pop rocker, 30, who has released his second album, Trespassing, talks about the songs that have shaped him.The first song I was obsessed with:Madonna’s “Vogue” was the biggie for me. I loved how provocative, outspoken and controversial she was. I thought that was fabulous.My karaoke go-to track:"Tell Me Something Good" by Rufus and Chaka Khan. For a while there, I loved karaoke. It actually got me over a little bit of stage fright when I was 23, 24.My guilty pleasure track:Actually, it a couple of songs by Celine Dion. I have mad respect for her vocals. “I Surrender” is super-melodramatic and maybe a little bit corny by some standards, but from a singer’s point of view, the vocals are insane.The song that made me want to be a star:I didn’t think I was going to be in the recording business until later- it was more musical theatre- but I remember listening to Michael Jackson’s “Beat It” in my living room with a microphone that was a torch.The song that best represents me as an artist:The title track off my new album, Trespassing, is a really bold mission statement that sums up what I am trying to be about- being your own person and not making any apologies for it. Being bold and confident and having pride. And being able to look in the mirror and accept things about that are flawed and need work.SOURCE: https://twitter.com/FierceMama_/status/244720239365980161/photo/1

kathryn17:

Adam Lambert article in this week’s OZ’s WHO magazine:

Soundtrack To My Life…
Adam Lambert

The 2009 American Idol runner-up and electro-pop rocker, 30, who has released his second album, Trespassing, talks about the songs that have shaped him.

The first song I was obsessed with:
Madonna’s “Vogue” was the biggie for me. I loved how provocative, outspoken and controversial she was. I thought that was fabulous.

My karaoke go-to track:
"Tell Me Something Good" by Rufus and Chaka Khan. For a while there, I loved karaoke. It actually got me over a little bit of stage fright when I was 23, 24.

My guilty pleasure track:
Actually, it a couple of songs by Celine Dion. I have mad respect for her vocals. “I Surrender” is super-melodramatic and maybe a little bit corny by some standards, but from a singer’s point of view, the vocals are insane.

The song that made me want to be a star:
I didn’t think I was going to be in the recording business until later- it was more musical theatre- but I remember listening to Michael Jackson’s “Beat It” in my living room with a microphone that was a torch.

The song that best represents me as an artist:
The title track off my new album, Trespassing, is a really bold mission statement that sums up what I am trying to be about- being your own person and not making any apologies for it. Being bold and confident and having pride. And being able to look in the mirror and accept things about that are flawed and need work.



SOURCE: https://twitter.com/FierceMama_/status/244720239365980161/photo/1

kathryn17:

"That’s the funny thing- I’d been out since I was 18. But when you all of a sudden, overnight, go into everybody’s TV sets and you’re a household name. Essentially with American Idol, you have to kind of go back and introduce some the of basics, like ‘what’s your sexuality?’ I was like the first out American pop star to sign a major mainstream thing. We’re in an interesting climate in America with sexuality. It’s a very hot issue right now. It presses a lot of buttons. And so at the time, that was a big milestone. And after that, with Trespassing, apparently I was the first out musician to have a number one album. I didn’t know that either. I didn’t know that these milestones hadn’t been met and actually was very surprised that it was me that was doing it." -Adam Lambert

kathryn17:

"Ya know I am probably pretty awkward in general. And that’s another thing about living the life that we all think it is. I thought ‘oh yay! I get to be in this big club now! I’m like the nerd that gets to be in the popular group in high school. I get to sit at their lunch table.’ It’s not like that. It’s not quite like that and I’ve met celebrities before and I’m not gonna name any names but I’ve been kinda geeking out and kind of like ‘hey, nice to meet you, I’m a big fan!’ and they’re kinda like ‘cool dude’ and walking over there, ya know, like they don’t care. So that’s always a nice slap in the face. But it’s good. It’s humbling, I guess. Keeps me grounded when they’re like ‘you’re not that cool’. -Adam Lambert <3 <3 <3 <3 (he’s adorable)

unclefather:

me when i pull down his pants 

unclefather:

me when i pull down his pants