MUST WATCH: YouTube’s powerful new Pride video featuring Heather Peace, Shannon Beveridge and Evan Rachel Wood

“By not changing who you are, you are changing the world.” #ProudToBe


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Trust us, you're going to want to watch YouTube's brand new Pride video. The moving compilation of clips features tons of out role models, including actor, singer and DIVA Music Ed Heather Peace and our current cover star, vlogging sensation Shannon Beveridge. #Proud.

 

YouTube made the video because:

 

“In a world where some people still try to silence LGBTQ+ voices, the act of being yourself is an act of bravery for all to see. And in the context of a global climate that highlights the vulnerability of LGBTQ+ rights, it’s more important than ever that LGBTQ+ voices and stories are shared and heard... So to all those brave voices who continue to make YouTube the colorful, diverse and supportive place it is, we’re #ProudToBe with you.”

 

The empowering soundtrack and overriding message of strength make this video a must-watch. It’s already received nearly 4 million views. Fancy adding to that total?

 

 

And don’t forget to grab a copy of the brand new issue of DIVA, featuring YouTube star Shannon Beveridge on the cover and Music Editor Heather Peace inside. You can buy yours now via the links below.

 

@Roxy_Vintage

 

Only reading DIVA online? You're missing out. For more news, reviews and commentary, check out the latest issue. It's pretty badass, if we do say so ourselves.

 

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