The clip is compiled from various YouTube videos of everything from coming out confessionals and gay YouTube stars to Obama at the LGBT conference at the White House in 2012 and the overturning of DOMA.
They also encourage other YouTubers to join in on the Gay Pride conversation:
At YouTube, we believe that everyone has the right to love and be loved. We strive to make YouTube a place where all communities can feel proud to express themselves and connect through video. That's why we're proud to stand with the LGBT community and support equal rights and marriage equality for all.
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