Celebrate Pride With The Andrew Christian Gay And Lucky Video

Andrew Christian Gay And Lucky Video

Model Shawn Stolz plays a victim of a hate crime who grows into self acceptance in the Andrew Christian Gay and Lucky video.

The video comes just in time for this season of Pride. “The fear, isolation and loneliness that most of us have experienced in our journey ‘out of the closet’ unfortunately, still seems to exist for many of the younger LGBT community and those still questioning their sexual identity,” says Jeff White on the Andrew Christian website. “We wanted Gay & Lucky to celebrate everyone who has already made this journey and to send a inspirational message to those who are not ‘out’ that we understand your fear and anxiety but don’t lose hope, ‘coming out’ can be one of the most liberating and joyful experiences of your life.”

The video features models Jake Houser, Noah Wright, Murray Swanby, Cheddy Oakafor, Cirio Arman, Cory Zwierzynski, Pablo Hernandez, Shawn Stoltz, and Vladamir Shmygol. Designer Andrew Christian and the 2013 Stoli Guy contest winner, Billy Cavallo, also make appearance.

Check out the video below. Did the video strike a chord with you? Let us know in the comments or by tweeting @underwearexpert.

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Video Credit: Jeff White

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0 thoughts on “Celebrate Pride With The Andrew Christian Gay And Lucky Video

  1. Robert C. Visconti says:

    I’m 72 years old. I’ve never been in your face out, but I’ve never tried to hide my orientation, either. I was a banker in my primary career. At a point, one of my associates (another banker) came to me with a story that her brother had lost his lover, thought his life was over, was planning suicide. She wondered if I could help to keep him alive. I had always thought that no one knew anything about me. One of my degrees was in psychology. I’d never used it but in an oblique way, but I set out to help this unfortunate young man. I reinforced his value, decried his self destructive impulses, pointed out his worth to his family, to those around him, pointed out that he would find another person to love only if he stayed around to find him. Longer story short, he lived, found that other lover, and assured me that he would never wrap his self worth in another person’s favor again. As far as I know, he’s still with us. For me, as a banker, I found more status, more acceptance than I had imagined could exist for a person who wasn’t thumping his chest and burning his briefs on main street. I was always glad that I had never hidden who I was. Anthony wouldn’t be here if I’d hidden. Perhaps I would not have known there was an Anthony in trouble, if I’d worked to hide my orientation. RobtheElder

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