From FCKH8: “What’s Our Year?”

The newest spot from spotlights that despite progress in so many other areas, laws across the country continue to deny gay people basic anti-discrimination protections on the job.

In the video, people from various walks of life – women, blacks, disabled people – each identify major civil rights milestones in America.

Each speaker represents a year when others like them were finally offered legal protection from discrimination in the U.S. – from African Americans becoming citizens in 1866, to people with disabilities getting access to public places through the Americans with Disabilities ACT in 1990. Each is wearing a T-shirt printed with the year they gained a fundamental right.

When the two gay men holding hands who are the video’s final subject are revealed, their T-shirts display question marks. “It’s 2015, and there is still no federal law protecting LGBT people against discrimination. What’s our year?” they plead.

Video: Behind The Scenes Of The 2015 FCKH8 Charity Calendar

Gay hunks and straight allies get naked and lower their underwear to raise awareness and funds with the 2015 HIV/AIDS Charity Calendar.

FCKH8 and the folks at social app Jack’d team up with photographer Justin Monroe for sexy, fun poolside photo shoot. is an activist T-shirt company with a passionate social change mission: arming thousands of people with pro-LGBT equality, anti-racism and anti-sexism T-shirts that act as “mini-billboards” for positive change.

Started in 2010 with comedic viral videos that speak out for a cause, has created equality videos that have at times garnered almost 20 million views individually on YouTube and other platforms with a over 14 million views on a single Facebook post alone.

Order your 2015 FCKH8 Charity calendar by clicking here.

Check out the “Behind the scenes” video from the calendar shoot below.