Need a refresher on all the informative, uplifting, sexy, and entertaining LGBT videos from this past week?
Look no further as we count down the best of the best below:
After a mostly unsuccessful attempt at hitting on women, London prankster Ed decided to switch up his social experiment and ask 100 random guys on the street for their phone number.
His results? Surprisingly good.
The Boy Scouts of America’s vote to end its ban on gay adult leaders was met with the typical backlash from anti-gay groups about gay people being a danger to children.
Luckily, writer Matt Baume released this handy video to set the record straight and explain why those anti-gay arguments in favor of the ban are both flimsy and offensive.
RuPaul’s Drag Race season 3 runner up Manila Luzon has a new (semi-NSFW) video for her single “Ice Cream” that doesn’t skimp on man-candy.
Lick it up below:
Scot Haney, co-host of “Better Connecticut”, was interviewing sultry chef Ryan Durant about his restaurant Assaggio when the conversation turned to Durant’s relationship status.
Haney asked Durant if he’s married and the answer left the host speechless
Wanting to get a feel for what the transgender community thought of Caitlyn Jenner’s highly publicized transition, ThinkProgress invited three trans people and one ally to watch and review the I Am Cait premiere.
Their thoughts on the show were eye-opening to say the least.
Raw Texts, Real Stories is the tagline for Calvin Klein’s new fall campaign highlighting the ubiquity of hook-up apps in everyday life.
A gay pride parade in Jerusalem was disrupted today after an anti-gay assailant stabbed six people, including 16-year-old Shira Banki who later died from her wounds.
In the eyes of Eureka Springs pastor Randall Christy, his town has become a lot more gay and a lot less Christian friendly after voters passed an LGBT-inclusive nondiscrimination ordinance. Asked for example on his town’s anti-Christian sentiment, Christy didn’t have a clue.
A San Diego bride recently surprised guests at her wedding reception with a bouquet toss to a male friend that ended with tears, cheers, a marriage proposal and one very sweet kiss.
1. This Brilliant Response to Catholic ‘Coming Out’ Against LGBT Equality Ad Will Have Your #TruthTrending
Earlier this month, we told you about Catholic Vote’s disturbing new ad featuring individuals “coming out” as opponents of marriage equality. The “Not Alone” video shamelessly borrows the language and tone of the coming out process for LGBT folks – all in an effort to deny others equal treatment under the law.
Parodies of the ad quickly began popping up, but this #TruthTrending video is a more serious response that perfectly explains why discrimination is wrong even if it’s being justified using faith.