Sure, you're spending the day re-watching Dustin Lance Black's acceptance speech after winning an Oscar for Milk.
Take a few minutes, however, to listen to the second segment on the Valentine's Day episode of This American Life. Each of the show's three vignettes focuses on someone "searching for people who will understand them like no one else does." The first and third segments are about more traditional, straight, romantic love (albeit with the quirkiness of most This American Life stories).
The second segment, however, is about friendship, specifically the friendship between two eight-year-old transgender children, born biologically male, but who identify as girls. The rare and brilliant part is that the producers not only let their parents speak, but also let the girls themselves share their thoughts. It's both heartwrenching and inspiring.