So many responses here. I don't have time to respond to everything individually. But I will respond to the main points:
People who claim that abortion is a "women's right to choose": why does a woman's right to choose take precedence over another person's right to life? If Taylor Swift murdered Katy, I seriously doubt that you would say that was a woman's right to choose. How is that different?
About democracy: if you live in a democracy, then you have to come to terms with the fact that, roughly half of the time, your candidate is going to lose. Democracy is based on people on the losing side accepting the fact that their candidate lost, and moving on, and then hoping to win the next election.
About being afraid to live in the US now that Trump is president: You need to remember that the US has a thing called checks and balances, and that the president doesn't hold all of the power. Yes, I realize that the Republicans control both the House and the Senate. But not everybody always votes along party lines. Also, in the Senate, the minority party, the Democrats in this case, have the power to filibuster, and they have more than enough votes to filibuster anything. As for the Supreme Court: remember, although Roberts was nominated by a Republican president, he voted to uphold Obamacare, and he has voted in favor of gay marriage. And, although it has never happened, the Democrats can filibuster an especially controversial nominee by Trump. So no need to be afraid to live in the US. Trump is not the king. He shares power with Congress and with the Supreme Court. Also keep in mind that in midterm elections (2018 being the next one), the party out of power nearly always gains seats, so the Democrats are nearly certain to take over at least the senate.
About the electoral college: I will preface this by saying that I am no fan of the electoral college. But, it is not accurate to definitely say that Hillary Clinton won the popular vote. First of all, they do not count the absentee ballots in states that were decided by a wide enough margin that the absentee ballots could not swing the state. Since absentee ballots tend to favor Republicans, that means that Trump has many more popular votes that are not counted. Although it is not known for sure, most experts believe that in 2000, Bush would have won the popular vote if every absentee ballot was counted. Also, keep in mind that if the election was decided by popular vote, the candidates would have used different campaign strategies, and perhaps voters who stayed home may have voted, and voters who voted for a third party may have voted for a major candidate. So, we cannot definitely say who would have won if the elections were based on the popular vote (as, admittedly, they should be).
About this being a liberal Democrat forum: please show me where it says in the rules that only liberal Democrats are allowed to post here?
About people being surprised that a conservative Republican would be a fan of a liberal Democratic pop star: nearly all celebrities are liberal Democrats. If I only listened to artists who shared my political views, I would almost literally not be able to listen to any music. Until now, Katy hasn't been a political singer. And, until recently, the only issue she discussed was gay marriage, and none of her songs were about that anyway.
About white male privilege: I honestly have never received any special privileges for being a white male. Many people forget that although most CEOs may be white males, most white males are not CEOs.
About Katy getting more educated on social views: I find it extremely offensive that you consider becoming more liberal to be getting more educated. If anything, it was Katy being brainwashed by Hollywood celebrity culture. Unfortunately, Katy has only experienced the 2 extremes: the extreme conservatism of her parents, and the extreme liberalism of Hollywood. She needed to be exposed to something in the middle, which, unfortunately, never happened.