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Coming-out video shot in Fort Wayne gets tens of thousands of hits

If you're from Fort Wayne, you might recognize the landscape, construction sites and pub in Better This Way, a music video about coming out that had gotten more than 59,000 hits on YouTube as of 4 p.m. Friday.

Singer, songwriter and recording artist Doug Strahm shared the video with us Friday morning, saying, "It is starting to go viral."

The video was featured recently on Huffpost Gay Voices.

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