Facebook celebrates gay rights in 2013 year in review video

Victories in marriage equality and heartwarming letters from proud parents, this year celebrates the achievements of the LGBTI community

Facebook celebrates gay rights in 2013 year in review video
11 December 2013

2013 may well be a year to remember gay rights in extremes.

On one side, we have DOMA being repealed, heart-warming letters from accepting parents and marriage equality victories.

On the other, we have India banning gay sex and Russia banning gay propaganda.

But for Facebook, it’s time to celebrate the many good things that have happened to the LGBTI community this year.

Looking back in the 2013 in review video, they remember the most amazing and memorable events that have happened this year.

Check it out below:

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