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En un día de solidaridad con los jóvenes LGBT y víctimas del bullying (acoso/hostigamiento), se unieron a la campaña
While discussing Russia's new anti-gay "propaganda" law, Russian TV personality Anton Krasovsky came out live on television... and was fired as a result.
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LGBT characters and couples have helped pave the way for culture change as Americans show a record high support of marriage equality. Take a look at the correlation between the increase of LGBT visibility in television with increases in national support for marriage equality.
GLAAD staff met with over a dozen senior execs in charge of entertainment programming at CBS for an honest discussion about CBS' recent history of problematic transgender media representations and ways in which GLAAD can help CBS create more fair and accurate portrayals of our community.
The upcoming cartoon show, SheZow, is drawing attention from anti-LGBT activists who claim that the main character, a 12-year-old superhero, will confuse children about gender.
Thursday night, Anderson Cooper 360 will air The Bully Effect, a follow up to the 2011 documentary by Lee Hi
As people across the nation celebrate love and relationships this Valentine's Day, they can also appreciate the gowing number of LGBT couples appearing on their favorite TV shows.
GLAAD released its sixth annual Network Responsibility Index, a report that maps the quantity, quality and diversity of images of LGBT people on primetime broadcast and cable TV.
A new television ad supporting marriage equality in Maine and now airing statewide features a straight married couple talking about why marriage matters to them and to both of their sons, one of whom is gay.