Considering that Adam Lambert was an honoree at the 2011 Los Angeles Equality Awards on Saturday night, it only seems appropriate that the singer would open up a little bit about his thoughts on the subject.
When it comes to his hope that everyone within the LGBT community will soon be treated as equals in all capacities, the “Outlaws of Love” singer told MaximoTV.com that he has an optimistic outlook that progress will come:
“Obviously this is like a huge civil rights movement that we are in the middle of now, it’s like the racial civil rights movement of the 1960s. I this will go down, I think that we will progress and move forward, and I think everything that we are dreaming of is going to come true. I’m going to have high hopes and keep pushing forward.”
When it comes to his upcoming second studio album, Adam also reiterated his plan to have the album be a very “personal” look at his life and his emotional journey. We still have a little while longer to wait until new music comes out in the fall, but we are finally nearing the home stretch.
What do you think about Adam’s optimistic approach to equal rights?