Lady Gaga performed at the Human Rights Campaign's National Dinner Saturday night. Before her speech, the hitmaker and rumored hermaphrodite said that she was upset that homophobia still runs rampant in the music industry.
Gaga, who is proud of her unofficial status as a gay icon, announced she would be marching for equality in the group's Equality March on Washington, D.C.
She went on stage to give a nice speech about the importance of treating all humans the same, before performing a version of John Lennon's "Imagine."
Musically, it was fairly subdued and average, although it was a serious occasion, so a departure from last week's SNL cat fight with Madonna was appropriate.
For the HRC, which also boasted a speech by Barack Obama over the weekend, her moving performance (which included improvised lyrics) spoke volumes.
Check out the video of Lady Gaga performing "Imagine" below ...