In case you missed the first episode of MTV/LOGO’s It Gets Better Project….

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The first episode of the It Gets Better Project was absolutely amazing. The people featured on the show were FAB and did an amazing job sharing their stories with the rest of the world. Not only was the show captivating and very easy to relate to, but the people chosen to star in the show were diverse and very open with their personal lives. There was an African American lesbian couple on the show who was looking for acceptance from one of their families. The second couple on the show was a couple who identified as a heterosexual couple but had was worried about being able to get a marriage license because the man in the relationship is transgendered.

The last teen on the show was a young man who was dealing with coming out to his peers and family. He came out to his mother over the phone in front of camera crews and viewers. I don’t want to give to much away so I urge you all to just watch the video footage.

Source: MTV

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