I also agree with this sentiment. I understand that there were also calls for featuring LGBTQ+ creators in a similar fashion as the features for Black History Month and Women's History Month. Though the call specifically LGBTQ+ creators was only done on twitter, rather than also being posted on the forum. That feels pretty weird, given that this is one of the best ways of reaching out to Tapas creators. But then calls for this video are being more actively promoted.
As others on here have said, this pride video feels more focused on making Tapas appear inclusive, when after yesterday's events on this thread, it's clear that homophobia and transphobia are still quite prevalent within the Tapas community. As a part of the LGBTQ+ community, I think that having our comics/novels featured directly aids the community in normalizing LGBTQ+ characters and our stories. There is such a wide variety of LGBTQ+ genres, from action, to romance, to drama. I think spreading such stories would do far more in terms of representation than a short video would.