5 LGBT things you need to know today, July 26

1. The Advocate endorsed Hillary Clinton for president, only the second time in the publication’s near 50-year history that they’ve endorsed someone for president.

2. And the reaction to this all-gender restroom at the convention was? A collective shrug.

3. LGBTQ Nation takes a look at businesses that create gender neutral clothing for kids.

4. MTV’s upcoming “True Life” will follow survivors of the Orlando shooting as they recover from the incident.

5. VIDEO OF THE DAY: “Before I came out to the world on the cover of Sports Illustrated, I came out privately to the Clinton family. I have known their family for almost 20 years. I knew that they would accept me for who I was and that they would help pave a path for others to do the same.” Jason Collins, a former Atlanta Hawk who became the first active openly gay player in NBA history in 2013, spoke at the Democratic National Convention on Monday night.