Openly gay singer-songwriter Eli Lieb has teamed up with Allstate Insurance on the Gay Pride campaign #OutHoldingHands.

The campaign puts a new spin on Allstate's “You're in good hands” promise.

“For many in the LGBT community, the simple act of holding hands with a loved one in public can result in judgment or unwanted attention,” the insurance giant said in a statement announcing the campaign.

Lieb wrote an original song titled Safe in My Hands to promote the campaign, which encourages people to share photos and videos from LGBT Pride Month with the hashtag #OutHoldingHands.

A 90-second animated video for the track shows a young man facing discrimination and ridicule. In the video's final frames, the animation dissolves and Lieb and the man are seen walking hand-in-hand.

The video ends with the tag line: “Being visible should never leave you feeling vulnerable. Everyone deserves to be in good hands.” (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

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(On the Net: #OutHoldingHands.)