L Project Re-Confirms 'We're All Human'The L Project, an organization that raises awareness about the effects of LGBT discrimination, thought the LGBT community deserved a break from the madness and dished out a dose of love. They released their second LGBT fund-raising single We’re All Human for the 10th International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHOT).

The world is a scary place right now for LGBT persons. In Uganda, people are being killed for their sexual orientation. In Russia there are constant hate crimes against LGBT people, which are commended by the Russian government. In the USA, the fight for equality continues.

The song is intended to stand as the theme for the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia, which is celebrated on May 17th of every year since 2004. The song has already entered the UK’s official independent singles chart at number 36.

Already shared and retweeted by the likes of Clare Balding, Marc Almond, Billy Myers, Biff Naked, actress Angela Griffin, actor Luke Evans and author Stella Duffy, the song immediately topped the Amazon Movers and Shakers list, and has been bubbling up through the various Amazon and iTunes charts since.

Recorded over a weekend at London’s Dean Street Studios, the song combines the talents of 19 LGBT artists, many of whom are established on the LGBT scene. All these artists gave their time for free to The L Project, who have been raising funds and awareness to promote diversity for the last two years.

Georgey Payne, the songwriter and producer of We’re All Human says, “Since the first song we’ve built up a massive network of support through social media. This time we hope that the mainstream media will pick up our story, so that even more people will download the song, and be part of changing the lives of LGBT people who need support. Some of that help will be financial, but we also have lots of stories about people all over the world being helped just by hearing the words and knowing there are people like us who care.”

‘We’re All Human’ will be donating 100% of all proceeds to LGBT charities Kaleidoscope, who fight to uphold the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people internationally; The Russian LGBT Network, who will help victims of LGBT abuse in Russia; and Mermaids, a UK youth transgender charity.