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Lady Gaga talks about rape and PTSD, encourages young people to Share Kindness

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TODAY’s Hoda Kotb joins Lady Gaga in the Kindness Experience pop-up store set up in 30 Rock in coordination with Gaga’s Born This Way foundation, which empowers young people to create a kinder world. At the Ali Forney Center for LGBT homeless youth, Lady Gaga is candid about being raped and suffering from PTSD, stressing her message that “we are equal.”