Jul 132015
What Happens When Two Guys Hold Hands In Russia In Scary

Now that America has officially legalized gay marriage, it seems that gay rights in the West can finally take a breather. Sure things aren’t perfect, but they sure have come along way. On the other hand, in Russia, things are not so simple. To demonstrate just how serious the situation in Russia is for gay people, two guys of Chebu Russia TV decided to walk around Moscow holding hands. The reactions from passersby are downright scary. This video has instantly gone viral with over 2 million views!

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Jul 022015
Kids Adorably Explain Gay Marriage

There’s been a lot of talk online about gay marriage ever since the Supreme Court ruled that gay marriage is legal in all 50 states last week. Jimmy Kimmel decided to see what kids thought of gay marriage, so he sent his trusty camera crew to the streets to ask the children. Their responses are adorable, and now this video has gone viral with over 4 million views in 3 days!


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Jun 292015
NYPD Officer Dances With Guy At NYC Gay Pride Parade

The NYPD has a pretty bad name online as there are countless controversies and online video featuring corrupt and abusive officers. This brand new video is a breath of fresh air. During this year’s LGBT Pride Parade in New York City one playful officer danced with a marcher to Michael Jackson’s Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough. It’s no surprise this video has instantly gone viral! 


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Jun 272015
Gay Men’s Chorus Of Washington Sings National Anthem After Supreme Court Ruling

Countless supporters of marriage equality were in Washington DC awaiting the ruling of the United States Supreme Court on the legality of gay marriage. Naturally, after the court ruled in favor of gay marriage impromptu celebrations erupted on the streets. 

Sabrina Siddiqui was in front of the Supreme Court when the Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington sang a beautiful rendition of the Star Spangled Banner in honor of the ruling. 


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Jun 272015
YouTube Celebrates Marriage Equality Ruling

As everyone who has a television, radio, or Internet connection has learned, the Supreme Court of the United States just made the ruling that gay marriage is legal in all 50 states. After hearing such great news, the official YouTube Spotlight channel made this special video featuring countless famous YouTubers and viral videos of people coming out to their families and YouTube fans as gay. This touching video has gone viral with over 3.5 million views already!


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