Jonah Mowry, OC Teen Who Got Support From Lady Gaga, Goes On 'Good Morning America' After His Anti-Bullying Video Went Viral

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Pop goddess Lady Gaga is also an active advocate for gay rights. 

In her latest move, she threw her support -- via Twitter -- behind an OC teen, whose anti-bullying video went viral this week.

In the video, 14-year-old Jonah Mowry of Lake Forest uses notecards to tell his story--a story of being incessantly bullied for being gay and cutting himself as a release from the pain.

The video gained more traction after Lady Gaga tweeted about it twice on Sunday:
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Mowry was on Good Morning America today with his family and he says he's been overwhelmed by the support he's received since the video went viral. 

A Facebook page called "Jonah Mowry we support you" already has more than 35,000 "likes." Many people have posted support videos, which thank Jonah via flashcard, in homage to his video. 

Asked to give advice to other bullying victims while on Good Morning America, Jonah quoted the slogan of Dan Savage's anti-bullying campaign: "It gets better," he says.

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I am so glad he had the courage to come out and tell his story! Maybe this will show others who are going through this that they are not alone! I hate to see such young people lose their lives.  I wish and hope everyone and anyone who is watching someone get bullied stand up and show them that there are good people in the world.  We cant do it alone.


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I'm sure he'll be attending many, many Lady Gaga concerts after Cher retires. Again.

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