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The speakers include Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu, US President Barack Obama, UK Prime Minister David Cameron, actress Anne Hathaway, musician Lady Gaga, and television personality Kim Kardashian.

It Gets Better South Africa will be launched at the Cape Town Holocaust Centre on February 20, 2013 at pm.

Sade Giliberti Shares The Challenges Of Coming Out As A Lesbian. “To all my brothers and sisters out there who have had the courage to come out, hello and hi 👋🏽 I salute you, as I know how hard and terrifying it can be,” she said.

Pistorius who competed at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, states in his video: “Just remember that you’re special. “By understanding and accepting difference, we embrace the human condition.

At first, people thought homosexuality was an illness, but now it’s scientifically proven that it’s a normal sexual orientation.

Now, LGBT people are putting up a strong fight to have the same rights as heterosexuals and gain acceptance and respect by the public.

Sharing her story on her social media account, Sade talks about how hard and terrifying it can be to come out.

“I remember he was so shocked and angry, even though I had had my 1st GF by this time, whom had been in our house many a time looking gay AF.

The videos feature struggle hero Ahmed Kathrada, track superstar Oscar Pistorius, Freshly Ground violinist Kyla-Rose Smith, presenters Jo-Ann Strauss and Sade Giliberti, models Kerry Mc Gregor and Shashi Naidoo (named the sexiest woman in the world in 2011 by FHM South Africa), and Mr. With videos in English and Afrikaans, It Gets Better South Africa will form part of the Cape Town Holocaust Centre’s In Whom Can I Still Trust?