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'Teen Wolf' star publicly comes out as gay, then says he's not

Tyler Posey comes out as gay in video, but then says he's straight.

“Teen Wolf” star Tyler Posey made a coming out video on Snapchat over the weekend, the only problem is, he isn’t gay.

The video can be seen here. In it, Posey stands on a street corner underneath a street sign for “Gay St.”

“This is me…I’m gay!” he shouts loudly.

Macklemore and Ryan Lewis win VMA for "Same Love" VIDEO

“And to watch this song in the last year spread across the world is a testament to what is happening right now in America on the forefront of equality. Gay rights are human rights, there is no separation.”

VIDEO: GLAAD's What To Watch on Wednesday

Recommended viewing tonight: "Days of Our Lives," "Modern Family," "Happy Endings," "Revenge" and "The Challenge."

VIDEO: GLAAD's What To Watch on Wednesday

Dalia and Tessa plot against each other on "Suburgatory," "Modern Family's" characters give out way too much information, Brad and Jane have their yearly argument on "Happy Endings," plus new episodes of "The Challenge" and "Days of Our Lives."

VIDEO: GLAAD's What To Watch on Tuesday

The It Gets Better special premieres tonight on MTV and Logo, Warblers and New Directions go head-to-head in "Glee's" winter finale, John babysits a film crew on "Southland," "White Collar's" Neal Caffrey is brought in to steal a valued item from Yankees Stadium and all new episodes of "Tabatha Takes Over" and "Undercover Princes."

GLAAD's What To Watch on Wednesday

Tessa runs for student council on "Suburgatory," Phil and Claire give way too much information on "Modern Family," the "Happy Endings" gang love Max's boyfriend though Max worries that he isn't good enough for Mr. Perfect, plus new episodes of "Days of Our Lives," "Revenge" and "The Challenge: Battle of the Exes."

San Diego-based national conference to empower educators of LGBT K-12 students offering free sessions to kids, parents

The weekend conference is a mixture of distinguished and featured speaker presentations; dozens of interactive, educational and empowering break-out sessions; an awards ceremony for heros of the cause; an exhibitor area; NOH8 photos; socializing; fun; and most importantly, focused attention on an important cause - support for America's LGBTQIA youth.