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Meat Dress Rights

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A new day, a new fashion statement from Lady Gaga. Sort of. Speaking at a rally in Portland, Maine, Gaga equivocated the meat dress she wore at the MTV VMAs to gay rights in the military. What? Yeah, we don't really get the metaphor either. But this is what she said: "Equality is the prime rib of America, but because I am gay, I don't get to enjoy the greatest cut of meat my country has to offer. Shouldn't everyone deserve to wear the same meat dress I do?" [PopEater]