Lady Gaga isn't shy about sex. In fact, the pop star is pretty clear in her message: When her little monsters do it, they should be safe about it. Not only has she recently joined forces with Cyndi Lauper and MAC for their MAC AIDS Fund's VIVA Glam campaign (which donates 100 percent of the proceeds from the sale of lipstick and lip gloss to the global fight against AIDS and HIV), she also has found another cause to call her own.
The sometimes kooky, always unforgettable Gaga is working with designer Jeremy Scott to let her fans know that they should wear condoms -- especially ones designed by Scott in association with Proper Attire. "It’s not complicated, just a fashion statement," Lady Gaga said in a press release about the collaboration. "Everybody wrap it up with Jeremy Scott for Proper Attire condoms." The condoms come in three varieties (studded, ribbed and sheer), and proceeds from sales will benefit Planned Parenthood.
The condoms will be sold at Opening Ceremony stores and online at Opening Ceremony and Proper Attire. While Gaga has been known to wear clothes designed by Scott, it is still unknown if Gaga will take her own advice and use this particular brand of condoms in her private time. And, as much as we love to know everything about Gaga, this is one thing she's totally welcome to keep private.