Rachel Charlene Lewis
August 27, 2016 2:02 pm
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One of the highlights of this year is that everyone’s fave, Ellen Page, launched a docuseries called Gaycation as a part of Vice’s stand-alone TV channel, Viceland. Following the tragic Orlando shooting at Pulse Nightclub, Ellen Page announced plans for an Orland-specific episode of Gaycation, and many were moved by the gesture.

“The full episode of #GAYCATION presents: Orlando, our special on the Pulse tragedy is now free online,” she said on Instagram.

Ellen Page obviously feels very passionately about what happened in Orlando, and making sure the stories of those lost, and those who survived, aren’t lost.

Ellen Page heads the show with friend Ian Daniel, and they’ve traveled all over to tell the stories of LGBTQ+ people at home and abroad.

They’re always moved to be able to highlight new voices and ensure that the variety of queer cultures all around the world are represented.

“Sending love to everyone,” she wrote on the post.

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We’re sending love right back, Ellen.

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