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January 19, 2013

Machete Kills, a film starring the Born This Way pop star, debuts 13 September 2013 

Lady Gaga makes her acting debut this year.

The international pop sensation is playing La Chameleon in Machete Kills, the action thriller sequel to 2010's Machete. The film's director Robert Rodriguez, also directed graphic novel-turned movie Sin City and Once Upon A Time in Mexico.

In July 2012, Lady Gaga unveiled a picture of her character wrapped in a wolf's skin and brandishing a smoking gun.

She recently tweeted about her upcoming role: 'I am so excited. Filming was insane'.

March 8, 2012

But wife of Republican US Sen. John McCain does not think he's a bigot

Cindy McCain appeared on CNN's Piers Morgan Tonight Wednesday (7 March) and was asked about Kirk Cameron's anti-gay comments on the same program five days earlier.

'He has his views, I respect that,' the wife of US Sen. John McCain said before adding, 'I strongly disagree.'

January 6, 2012

Meghan McCain calls some of candidate's statements 'so dated and it's so gross'

The daughter of 2008 Republican presidential nominee John McCain slammed former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum today (6 January) for his strong anti-gay marriage rherotic.

Meghan McCain, who recently posed for a second time for a NOH8 Campaign portrait with her mother, Cindy McCain, blasted Santorum during an interview with MSNBC.

January 4, 2012

The 2008 Repubican presidential nominee has been no friend of gays, but Cindy and Meghan McCain are publicly for LGBT equality

As most of the GOP presidential hopefuls slugging it out at today's Iowa Caucuses remain steadfastly against LGBT equality, the wife and daughter of the 2008 Republican nominee are no longer toeing the party line.

Sen. John McCain's wife, Cindy, and daughter, Meghan, have posed for photographer Adam Bouska for a joint portrait for the NOH8 campaign which celebrated its third anniversary in December.

It is the second time the McCains have posed for a NOH8 portrait but previously they had posed separately. 

December 8, 2011

Photo project has attracted celebs including Kathy Griffin, Jane Lynch and Tori Spelling to pose for equality

It began as a photo project featuring family and friends in the weeks following California's passage of Proposition 8.

The NOH8 campaign has since grown into a high-profile gallery of silent protests from more than 13,000 people who all have something in common besides wearing white clothing against a white background and having tape over their mouth:  they are all against discrimination.