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Over the last week, Sundance released the lineup for the 2014 Sundance Film Festival taking place in Park City, Utah from January 16-26th. This year's lineup continues to feature several LGBT-inclusive films, check out GLAAD's guide!
The world's leading gay fashion and lifestyle brand has released the first round of 2013's OUT100 and is introducing the winner of the inaugural Readers' Choice Award.
LGBT History Month is an opportunity to look at the people, places, and moments that helped move the LGBT community forward on its path to acceptance.
Every week, The GLAAD Wrap brings you LGBT-related entertainment news highlights, fresh stuff to watch out for, and fun diversions to help you kick off the weekend.
The newest issue in the Kevin Keller series, Drive Me Crazy, hits shelves tomorrow with an introduction by George Takei and a cover touting the series Outstanding Comic Book honor at the 24th Annual GLAAD Media Awards in San Francisco.
Celebrities including George Takei, Kerry Washington, Lady Gaga and Stephen Fry have spoken out against anti-LGBT laws like those in place in Russia as the Sochi Winter Olympics grow closer.
In a landmark victory for equality, the United States Supreme Court today struck down the so-called 'Defense of Marriage Act' or DOMA, a law that prohibited the federal government from recognizing legally married same-sex couples. The court also restored marriage equality in California. Celebrities took to Twitter and Facebook this morning to share their excitement and celebrate marriage equality.
The documentary Married and Counting, narrated by George Takei, about gay couple Pat Dwyer and Stephen Mosher who celebrate their 25th anniversary by travelling the country to marry in every state that will legally allow them to do so, opened in Los Angeles on June 14 and will premiere on iTunes June 25.
This morning TV icon and former Boy Scout, George Takei, changed his Facebook profile picture to include the Equality in Scouting badge and say "It's okay to be Takei in scouting." He also posted a longer message to his Facebook page calling on the BSA to "do the right thing." Today in Dallas, Texas, 1400 members of the Boy Scouts of America will vote on a resolution to end the Boy Scouts of America's ban on gay teenagers.
Funny or Die today released a new mock public service announcement, "Gays Beware," narrated by George Takei and starring Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Brad Goreski, about the "dangerous individuals that oppose marriage equality" that may be living in your neighborhood.