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Another artist has stepped out of the booth and onto the “It Gets Better” movement, a campaign created in reaction to the recent incidences of suicide among gay youth. Stripped of all her crazy make-up and outfits, “Tik-Tok” singer Ke$ha sat in a black T-shirt to send her message saying, “..however you are choosing to live is beautiful.” The nationwide campaign was created by columnist and author Dan Savage, in lieu of 18-year-old Rutgers University Student Tyler Clementi, who jumped off the George Washington Bridge after fellow students posted a video online of Clementi being intimate with another man. Seeming to hold back tears, the usual outlandish Ke$ha solemnly (and almost nervously) sent out the minute-long message- hoping it will effect viewers for much longer than that.

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