Lady Gaga is continuing to show her support for sexual assault victims less than a week after she performed her Oscar-nominated song “Til It Happens To You” at Sunday’s Academy Awards, during which 50 rape survivors accompanied the pop star on on stage.
Gaga, who is a sexual assault victim herself, took to Instagram to post several PSAs about sexual assault. One image of a recording studio reads, “This is not a bedroom. This is my office.”
“Join us and raise your voice to make change. Protect every woman and man from sexual violence in the workplace and beyond,” Gaga wrote along with the image.
Another post featuring an African-American girl raising her hand in school reads, “This is not a bar. This is your classroom.”
A third Instagram post shows girls in the background getting ready for a job interview while a man fixing his tie in the front of them. “This is not a date. This is a job interview,” the text reads.
All the posts are captioned with the hashtags #FreeEveryWoman, #FreeEveryMan, #FreeKesha.
Gaga has been supporting Kesha in her lawsuit against producer Dr. Luke, who the “Tik Tok” singer says abused her sexually and emotionally. Sony has also been named in the suit. Dr. Luke has denied the allegations, and has filed his own countersuit.
Gaga has posted several Instagrams sending her love to Kesha, as well as asking her fans to #StopVictimgShaming Kesha.
At the Academy Awards, Joe Biden introduced Lady Gaga‘s performance of “Til It Happens to You.” The song was written for the documentary “The Hunting Ground,” which explores the issue of sexual assault on college campuses.
Gaga, who was also sexually assaulted at the age of 19, brought other rape survivors onto the stage during her performance. They had messages like “unbreakable” and “it happened to me” written on their arms.
See her Instagram posts below.