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Share Pride on SnagFilms: Watch 'Inspired' and Help Raise Money For The Trevor Project

By /bent | /Bent June 24, 2014 at 9:13PM

Over Pride Month, we here at /bent are partnering with SnagFilms to offer you six free, fantastic LGBT films -- and help out our LGBT sisters and brothers in the process.
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Over Pride Month, we here at /bent are partnering with SnagFilms to offer you six free, fantastic LGBT films -- and help out our LGBT sisters and brothers in the process.  We'll be sharing some of SnagFilms' great LGBT content (which you can watch here too), and for every time you follow @thebentblog and retweet this tweet, we'll donate 10 cents to The Trevor Project, the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning young people. And on top of that we'll donate an additional $1,000 if the films collectively get 50,000 streams. 

The fifth film in the series is Charles Gage's very moving 2011 documentary "Inspired: The Voices Against Prop 8," which remains timely 3 years later as dozens of other States continue their fight for marriage equality. The film chronicles several people's lives in the wake of the passage of Prop 8, with live footage following average people from all walks of life, inspired to action in ways they never dreamed. Certainly an inspiring way to wind down your Pride Month...

Watch the film below: