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These 16 Great Videos Remind Us What It Meant To Be LGBTQ In 2016

2016 will be remembered as a particularly challenging year for many people, including those in the LGBTQ community.

The June 12 Pulse nightclub massacre in Orlando, Florida and the controversy surrounding transgender “bathroom bills” in states like North Carolina left many queer people feeling vulnerable. Meanwhile, Donald Trump’s surprise election victory in November cast a grim shadow on the future of LGBTQ rights after a series of progressive strides under President Barack Obama

The year’s uncertainty was, of course, reflected on countless social media outlets. These 16 incredible videos ― which made a splash on Facebook, Twitter and other social media outlets over the past year ― represent 12 months of LGBTQ trials and tribulations, as well as the community’s cheeky sense of humor. 

A few same-sex couples gave us life (and fitness) goals by organizing heartfelt proposals at the gym. An iconic “Mean Girls” scene got a hilarious, all-male redux in support of Hillary Clinton, and the bisexual community got the rock anthem it didn’t know it needed. LGBTQ allies got in on the fun, too: Lin-Manuel Miranda, Justin Bieber and Judy Garland’s daughter, Lorna Luft, helped us mourn the 49 Orlando victims in poignant ways.

Take a look back at 2016 with these 16 great videos. 

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J.K. Rowling’s Election Night Tweets Remind Us To Keep Fighting

J.K. Rowling ― along with other established writers who are vocal on social media ― seemed to have trouble processing the results of Tuesday’s presidential election.

The author took to Twitter, making jokes about America’s nominated president elect, Donald Trump. “He has the deepest thoughts,” she wrote. “So deep you’ll need a big shovel to get at ‘em. Bigly deep.”

But, perhaps detecting that her readers needed not humor but hope ― or at least license to grieve ― she added a few sincere tweets to her election night commentary. “The easy thing is to be silenced because you don’t want the insults,” she tweeted. “The easy thing is to look the other way when it’s happening to others.”

These aren’t platitudes, but calls to action in response to the election of Donald Trump. Rowling embedded and responded to tweets from her harassers, demonstrating her belief in the power of speech. “We challenge bigots,” she tweeted. “We don’t let hate speech become normalised.”

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Kate Middleton & Prince George Remind Us That Navy & White Are Just Right For Summer Outings

One day after appearing at the Trooping of the Colour festivities June 13, the royal family stepped out to watch as William and Harry took part in a charity polo match at Tetbury in Gloucestershire, England. The Queen was in attendance, as was the Prince of Wales. But of course, all eyes were on the Duchess of Cambridge and her son, Prince George.

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The mother-son duo wore matching navy and white outfits that were fitting for a summer outing. Duchess Kate chose a navy-and-white striped top and slim-fitting jeans, while her dapper 21-month-old boy wore a navy cardigan, shorts and — gasp! — Crocs. The rubber footwear, beloved by kids and Mario Batali, has made its way into the regal wardrobe. Every parent understands the necessity of Crocs: they’re easy to put on and take off, they can be hosed down and they’re inexpensive. That said, they’re not what we expected to see the heir to the British throne wearing. Ahh, the royals: they’re just like us!

Despite being the center of attention, the duchess looked like any other mom chasing after her tow-headed tot. Still no sign of Princess Charlotte, but we’ll keep hoping.

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27 Dreamy Honeymoon Photos That Will Remind You How Badly You Need A Vacation

After the highs and lows of wedding planning and the emotional toll of the big day itself, a nice, relaxing honeymoon is just what the doctor ordered.

Recently, we asked HuffPost readers to send us the most incredible photos from their honeymoon adventures all around the world. The 27 photos below will most definitely have you planning your next getaway ASAP.

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Two Women Hilariously Remind Us What Feminists Really Want For Christmas

We just found the song of the holiday season — and it’s got the perfect mix of Christmas cheer and patriarchy-smashing.

The Doubleclicks, described as a “nerd-pop-folk sister duo from Portland, Oregon” on their YouTube page, wrote “Sexist Bullshit (Christmas Song)” to remind everyone what feminists really want this holiday season.

These two feminists don’t want iPads, jet packs or even hover boards, as The Doubleclicks croon in the song, they want something so much more: “The ability to make sexist assholes disappear, is all I want for Christmas — it’s all I want this year!” If we could get the iPads, jet packs and a magic weapon to launch the demise of the patriarchy, that would be ideal. (That’s what the eight nights of Hanukkah are for, right?)

Sing on ladies! We’ll be humming this tune all the way into the New Year.

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Kid President And Grover Remind Us We’re All Good People Who Have Something To Give

Kid President, with the help of his furry blue friend Grover, is here to give you and everyone you know a rousing pep talk about how we all can make a positive impact in the lives of others.

“Helping the people around you … It’s easier than you think,” the duo said in a video posted on SoulPancake’s YouTube channel on Oct. 10. “You don’t have to have all the answers; you don’t have to be super strong. You just got to show up … You’re never too small, or too blue and furry, to make a big difference.”

Kid President, also known as 10-year-old Robby Novak, and Sesame Street’s Grover are raising awareness about Socktober, an initiative that encourages everyone — adults and kids alike — to collect and distribute socks (and other basic essentials) to the estimated 600,000 people who are homeless in the United States.

“Together, we can change everything,” Grover says in the video, later quipping, “People who make the world better for other people are some of the best people.”

Plus, changing the world is a lot more fun with friends.


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Incredible Visual History Of Music Festivals Remind Us Why We Love Summer

“Everything looks better in black and white,” Paul Simon once mused. The music legend had a point — life tends to look better through a monochromatic filter, one that subtly hides the world’s flaws and accentuates its beauty. The many shades of gray can turn even the most mundane of memories into stunning portraits, making a simple Sunday in the park look like a still from a retro film set.

Such is the case, we learned, with music festival photography of yore. Dive into the photographic archives of Woodstock and Newport Jazz Festival, and you’ll find image after image of ecstatic fandom frozen in time. From men in suits fawning over bands of the 1960s to hippies in headgear losing their minds to jam bands in the 1970s, the layers of black and white film transform what might have been a crowded, odorous weekend of debauchery and heat exhaustion into an Eden-like experience.

In honor of the ceremonial ushering in of summer known as Memorial Day Weekend, we’ve compiled a selection of our favorite vintage music snapshots in a photographic history of summer festivals. We started with black and white and made our way to the colored and more contemporary, proving photography has a timeless place in our visual and audio history. Go ahead, ogle these photos and remember why you do love music festivals.

1956 — Newport Jazz Festival (Newport, Rhode Island)


(Photo by Paul Hoeffler/Redferns)


(Photo by Paul Hoeffler/Redferns)

1958 — Newport Jazz Festival (Newport, Rhode Island)


(Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)

1964 — Newport Folk Festival (Newport, Rhode Island)


Bob Dylan and Joan Baez (Photo by Douglas R. Gilbert/Redferns)


Pete Seeger and Willie Dixon (Photo by Gai Terrell/Redferns)

1967 — Monterey International Pop Music Festival (Monterey, California)


Jimi Hendrix (Photo by Ed Caraeff/Getty Images)


Ravi Shankar (Photo by Don Nelson/Fotos International/Getty Images)

1969 — Woodstock (Bethel, New York)


(Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)


(Photo by Paul DeMaria/NY Daily News Archive via Getty Images)



1970 — Newport Folk Festival (Newport, Rhode Island)

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(Photo by Gai Terrell/Redferns)

1977 — Newport Folk Festival (Newport, Rhode Island)

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Blood Sweat and Tears (Photo by Tom Copi/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)

1989 — New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival (New Orleans, Louisiana)

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Rita Coolidge (AP Photo/Judi Bottoni)

1993 — Lollapalooza (New Jersey)


(Photo by Steve Eichner/Getty Images)

1993 — Lollapalooza (Vancouver, Canada)


(Photo by Ebet Roberts/Redferns)

1994 — Woodstock (Saugerties, New York)


(AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)


(AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)

1994 — Lollapalooza (Randall’s Island, New York)


(Photo by Ebet Roberts/Redferns)

1995 — New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival (New Orleans, Louisiana)

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(AP Photo/Burt Steel)

1998 — Lilith Fair (Mountain View, California)


Eykah Badu (Photo by Tim Mosenfelder/ImageDirect)

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(Photo by Tim Mosenfelder/Getty Images)

2007 — Rock the Bells (Randall’s Island, New York)


(Photo by Bryan Bedder/Getty Images)

2007 — Electric Daisy Carnival (Las Vegas, Nevada)


(Photo by Michael Tullberg/Getty Images)

2010 — Lilith Fair (Tinley Park, Illinois)


Nancy Wilson of the band Heart. (Photo by David Bergman/Getty Images)

2011 — Electric Daisy Carnival (Las Vegas, Nevada)


(Photo by Denise Truscello/WireImage)

2012 — Bonnaroo (Manchester, Tennessee)


(Photo by C. Taylor Crothers/FilmMagic)

2012 — Coachella (Indio, California)


(Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Coachella)


Singer Pelle Almqvist of The Hives. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Coachella)

2013 — Bonnaroo (Manchester, Tennessee)


Solange performs at the 2013 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival. (Photo by FilmMagic/FilmMagic)

2014 — Coachella (Indio, California)


(Photo by Mark Davis/Getty Images for Coachella)

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