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:
Speaking with MSNBC’s Chris Hayes this week in a segment on the Ashley Madison hack, sex advice columnist Dan Savage shared why he has sympathy for the victims of the privacy breach but not career homophobe Josh Duggar.
“Josh Duggar is not a private citizen. He is a public figure who has benefited politically and financially from attacking other people for their marriages, for their sex lives, for how they conduct themselves, for their alleged in his opinion “immorality.” And so his morality is germane and his hypocrisy makes him in this instance a legitimate target of an outing of this sort.”
Ellen DeGeneres had an inspiring message for her Choice Comedian acceptance speech at the Teen Choice Awards, telling the young crowd “You should be proud of being different. You should be proud of who you are.”
Just when you thought the former American Family Association spokeshater was running out of crazy things to say.
In a segment called “So This Is the Hill You Want to Die On?” Nightly Show host Larry Wilmore asked Mississippi State Legal Council Beechum Grady why the state doesn’t want gay couples to adopt.
Grady explained that Mississippi isn’t ‘anti-gay,’ it’s simply ‘pro-yesterday” and “pre-gay.”
Gay singer-songwriter Tom Goss has debuted a new music video that uses to dance to prove that love is love.
Keegan Hirst, the Batley Bulldogs captain who last weekend became the first openly gay professional rugby league player, spoke to BBC 2 about the positive reactions he’s received from teammates and those on social media since coming out.
RuPaul’s Drag Race season six runner up Courtney Act has a sinfully delicious new single out that sounds like the love child of Olivia Newton-John’s “Physical” and Kylie Minogue’s “Sexercise.”
A new short film and advertisement called “The Text”, written and directed by Dustin Lance Black for Coca-Cola, centers on bullying and two gay teens in love.
At the Iowa State Fair on Friday, 2016 GOP candidate and professional hatemonger Ted Cruz was confronted by none other than actress Ellen Page over his anti-LGBT record.
The video of the face-off is pretty much required viewing.
Back in 2012, we told you about Timothy Kurek, the straight Christian man from the Bible Belt who pretended to be gay for a year in order to examine his own views on homosexuality.
Kurek is back with a TEDx Talk posted earlier this month in which he opens up about his childhood, homosexuality and his year of living as a gay man.