In celebration of LGBT History Month, our friends at AT&T have launched the Love is Changing History project to demonstrate how our love is making history in everyday life.
The project encourages people to share their stories — stories of love, coming out, family — on its webpage. Each story can be viewed in an online gallery. And at the end of the campaign, each story will be included in a permanent collection at the U.S. Library of Congress.
To help promote the campaign, AT&T produced two short films. The latest film, Tale of Two Dads, co-directed by none other than Lance Bass, tells the story of an adorable gay couple preparing to have their first baby together. Check out the trailer, and see the full video at loveischanginghistory.com.
For every person who shares a story, the website, or one of the promotional films, AT&T will donate $1, up to $100,000, to The Trevor Project, the nation’s leading non-profit charity providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBT youth.
What are you waiting for? Get to sharing!
Co-directs? I could see why. There must be many challenges working with special needs adults with zero talent and a bad bleach job.
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