In a new It Gets Better video, Target employees talk coming out gay, and one female employee adds that she loves her transgender husband.

The It Gets Better Project reaches out to LGBT teens contemplating suicide and encourages them to not cave in to bullies, because life eventually gets better.

In the nearly 9-minute video, employee after employee writes down his or her coming out age on a placard with a marker. Most of them say they came out in their teens.

“I came out when I was 19,” a blond man says.

“18,” a man says.

“I was 17,” another man says.

“15,” an African-American man says with a smile.

A young woman holds up a sign that reads “19” and says: “I think you're always coming out. You come out every time you meet somebody or have to disclose who you are.”

“I was 16,” a female employee says. “My dad asked. And I appreciated that he had the courage to ask. But I don't think he was prepared to hear the answer that he got.”

“It was very dramatic,” the young blond young man says of his coming out experience. “It was me in the back seat and then both of my parents in the front seats facing forward. I can just see both of their heads sitting in front of me as I'm telling them that I'm gay.”

A woman who earlier said gay people make their own families talks about her partner's transitioning to a man as she holds up a placard with the “B” in LGBT highlighted.

“My husband is wonderful,” she says with a laugh. “Being married is something I didn't think would ever happen to me. But when he transitioned from female to male and all of the gender pieces lined up with his paperwork, we suddenly saw it was something we legally could do.” (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page.)

Target is the latest large company to create such a video, joining GM, Dell, American Airlines, Google, Pixar, Microsoft and Apple, to name a few.