GLAAD, Google+ and YouTube are proud to love. Are you?

During the last weeks of June leading up to June 30th, GLAAD and other LGBT organizations will be participating in a #ProudToLove campaign on Google+/YouTube. We are looking for documented moments of love related to the LGBT community -- self-love, family love, romantic love, community love etc. It is as simple as posting a photo on Google+ or/and upload a video to YouTube. 

This month, the U.S. Supreme Court will decide on two marriage equality cases, plus it's Pride Month! The common denominator behind all these activities is love -- something we should all be proud of. 

Couples, individuals and advocates explain their story of love or anything related to Pride using a photo or video with a short description and the hashtag #ProudToLove on Google+, Twitter and Facebook. Join us! 

GLAAD's staff took the challenge. Check out the photos below:

 

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