Adam Lambert makes 'a few minor adjustments' for Malaysian show deemed too gay

adam-lambert-320-getty.jpg "American Idol" finalist Adam Lambert's concerts in Malaysia are being protested by the country's Islamist opposition party for promoting "gay culture," according to Reuters.

The Pan Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS) is demanding the authorities cancel Glambert's concert and has threatened to call "as many of its members and supporters" as it can to proselytize to the concert-goers.

"Adam Lambert's shows... are outrageous, with lewd dancing and a gay performance that includes kissing male dancers, this is not good for people in our country," said PAS Youth leader Nasrudin Hasan.

Lambert has responded via Twitter, saying, "While I don't believe that my glamnation tour is in any way offensive I have agreed to make a few minor adjustments out of respect for the Malaysian government. Looking forward to a fun show."

He continues, "Does my show "promote the gay lifestyle"? It promotes living ANY lifestyle that includes the freedom to seek love and intimacy. Gay, straight, bi, young or old. It's all inclusive." and "plus, what's THE gay lifestyle? There isnt just one. There are so many different kinds of gay people. We have a variety of different lifestyles. There's not only one lifestyle lived by straight folks. Generalizing.... "

PAS has previously protested concerts by Beyonce, Rihanna, Gwen Stefani, Avril Lavigne and Maria Carey. Glambert's concert is scheduled for Thursday (Oct. 14). Lambert does not reveal at this time what precisely the adjustments are that he is making.

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