Instagram on Friday launched #VisibleMe, the social network's first LGBT channel.

The new channel can be found at the top of the Instagram Explore page. Clicking on the #VisibleMe banner will direct the user to a video channel with more than 25 videos from young LGBT people.

Twenty-six-year-old LGBT rights advocate Raymond Braun launched his #VisibileMe photo and video series a few months ago.

“I created … #VisibleMe with the goal of reflecting a spectrum of LGBTQ experiences, because the more times that young people tell our stories, the more we show that we have a lot of the same dreams, fears, and aspirations as everyone else,” Braun said. “When you grow up feeling different, like there’s something about you that isn’t seen as conventional or traditional, it gives you an openness to color outside the lines and chart your own life. I hope #VisibleMe encourages everyone to celebrate diversity and embrace what makes them different. We all have that spark within us.”

Joining Braun on the channel are viral star Brendan Jordan, I Am Cait's Ella Giselle, out college football player Conner Mertens, video influencer ThomasisTrash and trans activist Ellie Gaustria.