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Two transgender students in two homecomings on different sides of the country. Win, lose, or don't get to enter, they have been disrespected.
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The New York Times and the Associated Press have issued guidelines stating that from this point forward, Private Manning will be referred to as Chelsea Manning.
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Following widespread confusion and outcry, the Associated Press (AP) has updated its style guidelines to include "husband" and "wife" as acceptable terminology for people in a legal marriage.
GLAAD reached out to the Associated Press today for clarification on a memo reportedly circulated today that appears to instruct writers to use different vocabulary to describe legally marriaed same-sex couples than they would use to describe opposite-sex couples.
On June 2nd, retired political reporter Hank Plante will accept the 2012 Stan Chambers Award for Extraordinary Achievement from the Associated Press Television and Radio Association. Plante was one of the first openly gay TV reporters in the country.
Throughout October, the media did a good job covering the issues that face LGBT young people, including bullying ... with one notable exception.
The Associated Press printed an article Monday that surveyed the burgeoning movement against anti-LGBT bullying in schools across the United States — an awareness campaign that also includes the media.