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WATCH: Inspiring Remix Of UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon’s Speech Heralding LGBT Rights

AllOut has a penchant for making moving videos with powerful messages. We loved their dramatic piece protesting St. Petersburg’s new anti-gay laws set to Tchaikovsky, but this new one has a decidedly more modern soundtrack: David Guetta/Usher’s “Without You.” Watch this heightened version of Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon, and see if you can’t hold back a tear.

On:           Mar 23, 2012
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    • Belize

      I actually feel really bad because this surprised me a lot. I got surprised because Ban Ki-Moon is from South Korea and that country has not always been so liberal when it comes to LGBT issues. I didn’t expect him to say to me, to us, that we are not alone. I didn’t expect him to side with us. I guess that means that I have prejudged the man as well and I truly am sorry for that.

      Thank you, Mr. Ban Ki-Moon. I hope that the future LGBTs are not as cynical, judgmental and defensive as I am. I hope that they are not given the reason to be those things because it will prevent them from seeing the beauty of other people.

      Mar 26, 2012 at 9:37 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • 1equalityUSA

      All of the clips were very moving. Sign the petition. They’re half way there.

      Mar 27, 2012 at 6:21 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·

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