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Google Brings Virtual Pride from Around the World to Kids in Colombia (Video)


Grab some Kleenex and your virtual reality headset.

The virtual reality video experience is changing the game for a new generation. It offers a rare view of some of the most amazing sights around the world.

Google recently collected footage from Pride celebrations all over the globe for a very special project. The #PrideForEveryone Virtual Pride campaign brings Pride to people in locations where there is no celebration. It puts them in the middle of the experience and introduces them to others who have been strongly affected by the rite of passage.

They recently visited queer youth in Colombia where a gay teenager recently committed suicide. Sergio Urrego was outed at his Catholic school and accused of sexual harassment for his relationship with another young man. His mother, Alba Reyes started a foundation in her son's memory which brought Google's campaign to the kids of Colombia.

Watch their reactions below and try not to cry:

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