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I came across this video today that was done by the Alliance Youth Committee of Illinois Safe Schools called “Dear 40-Year Old Me“. In the video, the students speak as if they are talking to their 40-year-old self and it’s so touching and heart-breaking at the same time. The video’s objective is to inspire you to help schools become a better places for ALL youth, especially those that are lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender.

As the students share their personal stories from each of their own lives, we see that change is possible and empowering and how their involvement with the Alliance helped them from feeling marginalized to being an integral part of policy changes at both a district and statewide level.

Imagine being a student and talking to your 40-year-old self… What would you say? “I’m proud of you”? What would you want to be doing or have accomplished? Watch the video below to hear what the students said.

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I love a good prank. It usually follows a great belly laugh which I thoroughly enjoy, even if it gives me the hiccups afterwards. Tonight, I came across this hilarious flash mob courtesy of Tic Tac France. Picture this. A stranger comes up to you and asks you for directions. Suddenly, their eyes roll into the back of their head and they hit the deck. All of a sudden, everyone in the area you are in also hits the deck in a domino-like fashion. You can imagine you’d probably fall into a state of panic.

Then, a big screen turns on and starts playing footage of other people in your city falling and passing out suddenly wherever they are. What do you do? Thankfully, someone on the ground awakes and hands you a bottle of Tic Tac’s. You pop one in your mouth and the fallen begin to awake in applause. Then you realize, everyone passed out because you had the worst breath in the world. How embarrassing! That’s exactly what this flash mob did to a few, unsuspecting passers by in France. Watch the video and you will LOL for sure.

Check out Tic Tac France’s hilarious flash mob prank after the jump.

I’m not going to lie, the thought of doing this has crossed my mind. Throw on some sunglasses (while indoors) and have a few people pretend to “recognize” you as a celebrity and see what happens. It’s just way to easy to pull something like this off – heck, I’d fall for it!

A guy (using his middle & last name – Thomas Elliot) went to MacArthur Center mall in Norfolk, Virginia to conduct said social experiment with Chill Hill Media. With the help of just a few staged people, tons of people believed Thomas was a famous actor, including mall security. It’s hilarious and I can totally see this happening.

People were getting their photos taken with him, getting autographs, and girls were even giving them their number. Twitter updates about the “Thomas Elliot” siting were starting to appear online as people believed him to be an actor from Spiderman or The Hunger Games. Check out the fake celebrity prank experiment below.

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You know when you just love a new song so much that you just keep listening to it over and over and it just acts as fuel for your day…and you SO want to just dance around singing it at the top of your lungs? Maybe? Maybe not?

In the following hilarious video by Vancouver’s Hoodwinked Films, two guys develop an unhealthy obsession with Carly Rae Jepsen‘s smash hit “Call Me Maybe“. You know, I don’t blame them. This song is amazingly catchy and you get such a “feel good” vibe from it. Not to mention, I love Carly Rae’s voice and she’s just so lovable. Love seeing Canadian artists take off!

Enjoy the video below and share what songs YOU are currently obsessed with!

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WATCH: Lesbian Proposal At NHL Hockey Game!

In: Patrick, Totally GAY!, Videos

This past weekend, Alicia and her girlfriend Christina were watching the Ottawa Senators play against the Toronto Maple Leafs at Scotiabank Place stadium. Aside from watching the game, Christina also had something extra special planned.

In the video below, you see Alicia being led into the rink blindfolded during a break in the game. When the blindfold is removed, she is told to look up at the screen for a message that reads: “My love for you is a journey, starting at forever and ending at never. You’re my world. Zing xox.” Christina then walks in and the two hold each other in their arms, while Christina is whispering in her ear. She then gets down on one knee.

This video seriously made my eyes water. Such a touching moment and listening to the crowd cheering their support – amazing. This video will bring the Spring sunshine into your day. Enjoy!

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Today, February 29, 2012, is Pink Shirt Today. People everywhere (young and old) are wearing something pink to symbolize that we as a society will not tolerate bullying anywhere. It makes me so happy to see kids being ta

The caption to the video reads, “After the success of the Anti-bullying Flashmob at Oakridge Mall, David Lloyd George Elementary and Churchill Secondary got together with eight other schools across Metro Vancouver and one in New York to continue spreading the word of Acceptance through social media.”

The dance was choreographed by Pauline Ramos, and features hundreds of kids from various schools wearing pink, celebrating acceptance while dancing to Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way”. Check it out!

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There’s Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, LinkIn, Pinterest, and of course Instagram. How the hell can we keep up with all of these social networks and apps?

I will fully admit that I recently became hooked on Instagram. I had the photo app on my iPhone forever, but only recently did I realize that it was actually a social network of sorts. People can like your picture, leave comments, become your friend… you know, the usual. What makes Instagram appealing is that it allows you to apply a filter to your picture from the several that are provided so that your usual “average” photo looks super artsy and professional.

This music video pokes fun at everything that is Instagram and I love it. “Take a photo of your breakfast, a picture of your mom. Then add your f*cking filter so your photo is the bomb.” LOL. Props to Ryan Steele and Amy Goodmurphy, the starts of the video, for being on top of this trend and calling everyone out (including themselves) for the ridiculousness that is world of Instagram.

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I realize this has been done before and some people think these people record such “once in a lifetime” experiences for attention. It may or may not be true and either way, who cares. I think coming out is such a scary thing for those still in the closet that videos like this are a great way to show people that you will survive and it’s not as bad as you think. Of course everyone’s situation and upbringing is different and everyone comes out at different times, even saying the actual words in different ways. For me, when I came out to my parents, I couldn’t even say the words “I’m gay” until later in the conversation. Instead, I kept saying, “I don’t like girls” (hoping I wouldn’t have to say the word “gay”) and my mom was like, “Don’t worry, you’ll find the right girl”. When I realized I wasn’t being clear enough, I had to say it.

For this guy, he decided that he’d record his coming out experience to his mom. At one point she speaks of when he “went away to school,” so I gather that he’s home for a visit, which was also the case when I came out as well – spring break.

When he starts acting weird, his mom can’t figure out what’s going on. Finally, when he says it, she goes on to explain that she had a feeling and she was just waiting for him to tell her. The only thing that bugged me was that he kept playing around on his phone instead of being in the moment with his mother who was giving him all sorts of support and advice. His mom is awesome. Check it out below.

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