Need a refresher on all the informative, uplifting, sexy, and entertaining LGBT videos from this past week?
Look no further as we look back on the best of the best below:
Rachel Maddow sat down with GOP presidential longshot Rick Santorum on Wednesday to discuss his (not so good) 2016 chances and his favorite social issue: homosexuality.
She even got an apology (of sorts) out of him. Progress?
The first trailer for the upcoming gay rights drama Freeheld has been released, chronicling the true story of a lesbian police officer with terminal cancer (Julianne Moore) who fights to ensure her partner (Ellen Page) has access to her pension benefits.
Grab a tissue and watch below:
LGBT athletes Pat Manuel, Robbie Rogers, Julie Shaw, and Lypheng Kim talk about what a perfect body means to each of them in a revealing new BuzzFeed video
“I don’t really care what I look like in a bathing suit so long as I’m able to run 8 or 9 miles a game,” said Rogers.
Gay baker Jesse Bartholomew serves up a Chris Crocker-worthy condemnation of the gay and lesbian ‘Nazis’ who take legal action against anti-gay bakers who discriminate.
David Cox is a maestro of drone videos, and he happens to live in Ptown. So when Provincetown Bear Week rolled around this year, he revved up his Yuneeq Q500 and went aloft to capture some spectacular aerial shots that you can catch in the video below:
Saying he convened the “With Prejudice: Supreme Court Activism and Possible Solutions” Senate hearing Wednesday with “deep disappointment,” Sen. Ted Cruz made good on his post-Obergefellthreat and vowed to “reign in judicial tyranny” by imposing judicial term limits and retention elections.
Ted Cruz: the man who wants to save the Constitution by erasing it.
The brilliant Matt Baume doing what he does best.
Reactions to real-life couple Tymur and Zoryan walking the streets of Kiev, Ukraine holding hands were mostly muted, and many bystanders seemed more amused than upset. That wasn’t the case however when Tymur decided to sit on Zoryan’s lap in a popular city park, drawing the attention of a dozen or so neo-Nazis.
That old adage that children can teach their parents a thing or two is certainly true for the Culpepper family in upstate South Carolina.
In a heartwarming new video from Mashable, trans teen Chase Culpepper and her mother Teresa recall the conversations they’ve had together over the years as the two of them came to terms with who Chase really is.
President Obama’s bold push for gay rights in Africa may have met with resistance from Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta, but its hard to understate how important this moment must have been for our embattled LGBT brothers and sisters on the continent.