Of course there was that whole beef with The Real O'Neals' Noah Galvin, but Haynes has continued to be an inspiration which is exactly why the Human Rights Campaign decided to honor the Arrow actor with their Visibility Award in Seattle on Saturday!
Dozens of A-listers are doing their part to make sure the lives that were tragically lost in the June 12 shooting at Orlando's Pulse night club aren't forgotten.
On Wednesday, the Human Rights Campaign shared a touching tribute video to the 49 people who were taken too soon in the senseless act of incomprehensible violence, enlisting all sorts of stars to help remember the victims.
Ryan Murphy and his production company Ryan Murphy Television gathered together some of today's most famous, influential celebs to read the names of each victim, and share a little bit of their stories.
Kesha was presented with the Human Rights Campaign's Visibility Award on Saturday night at the organization's 2016 Nashville Equality Dinner, and she delivered an AH-mazing speech about fame, love, acceptance, and life!!
The upbeat club track's video follows the story of a father and his last-minute decision to attend his gay son's interracial wedding!
The music video premiere will help to support Logo's #All50 campaign — which aims to keep LGBT people and allies up to date on the latest information leading up to the U.S. Supreme Court's upcoming decision on marriage equality in all 50 states!
Throughout June, Logo will debut interviews with celebrities and LGBT advocates on #All50's website, and even invite people to share personal stories!
Besides discussing her own personal struggles in hopes of helping her fans, Demi Lovato refuses to stop lobbying for marriage equality until something changes!
The songstress already made a MAJOR statement with her Really Don't Care music video, showcased the power of lesbian love on Glee, and now she's used her star power for a powerful PSA for the Human Rights Campaign about equal rights.
We couldn't be prouder to have such a fabulous young woman standing on the front lines with us during this war.
We still haven't stopped applauding Ellen Page for coming out, and now that we have even more reason to praise her, we'll just keep clapping if Juno what we're sayin'!
Michael Cole-Schwartz, the director of communications for the Human Rights Campaign, which organized the Time to THRIVE conference where Ellen publicly announced that she was gay, claimed that idea was all hers: