A series of violent sounds, including screams, smacks and crying, as a young battered woman sits on the floor with a broken lip and nose.
Finally, an angry voice asks, "You like it like that, don't you dyke?"
The closing caption says, "Take a stand against discrimination."
It is never made clear whether the person is actually gay or not, just that the violence itself with the hate speech counts as discrimination.
The ad is part of a series in partnership between MTV and GLSEN, the Gay Lesbian Straight Education Network, which represents youth, teachers and administrators in K-12 schools.
MTV has set the gold standard among all advertisers for the most ads that refer to the community, more than 17 since 1996, in addition to carrying numerous gay ads from other companies and running its own supportive gay-inclusive programming.