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Sun June 12, 2011 at 12:41 pm

Dianna Agron answers the fans who have been wondering what she was trying to say by wearing a Likes Girls shirt during the Glee Live concert yesterday.

Yesterday was June 11th, and we were tackling our newest location,  Toronto! We had finished our first concert of the day, and I was about  to take a moment to relax before the second. On the way to our dressing  rooms, I passed a stack of shirts lined up on the merchandise tables.  The white T’s were modeled after shirts we wore in a performance set to  Lady Gaga’s, “Born This Way.”

I was not raised in a family that accepted prejudice or  hatred. For that, I thank my Mom and Dad each and every day. Look, we  are human, we make mistakes. I will gladly shout from the rooftops that I  AM NOT PERFECT. Nor will I ever be. But I can happily say that to my  knowledge, I do not ever intentionally cause people pain. I love my  family, my friends, my co-workers…and they all consist of girls AND  boys. I do tell them that I love them. Yesterday, during our second  show,  Instead of wearing my usual shirt during “Born This Way” I  decided to wear one that said “Likes Girls”. It should actually have  read, “Loves Girls”, because I do. The women in my life give me things  that the men in my life can’t. And vice-versa. No, I am not a lesbian,  yet if I were, I hope that the people in my life could embrace it  whole-heartedly. And let me tell you, I can easily spill (quite  comfortably) what I admire, respect and think is beautiful about any of  the women in my life. Piece of cake!

Last night, I wanted to do something  to show my respect and  love for the GLBT community. Support that people could actually see.  Which is why I decided to change my shirt for the show. I happened to  read a few comments that were posted on twitter. Many of you asked,  “why?” This is my response. I am not asking for you to agree with what I  am saying, but if you are listening, thank you. That is all I can ask.  And a step further would be to take a moment to (honestly) answer the  questions that I have raised. We can’t always put ourselves in someone  else’s shoes. But we can try.

To read the rest of Dianna’s statement for her support of the LGBT community, check out her Tumblr.



Dianna Agron was born on April 30th, 1986 according to

April 30th, 1986

30 +1+9+8+6 = 54 = her “secret” number = Messing with your mind.  Things are not as they appear.  Questions.  Puzzling.


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