GLAAD honored Google and YouTube with the inaugural Ric Weiland Award last night at the GLAAD Gala San Francisco: Game Changers at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square. read more >
One year after the murder of Islan Nettles, a call for justice for the many others who have faced violence around the country and the world. read more >
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On Tuesday, the transgender teenager known as Jane Doe, who was imprisoned by order of the Connecticut Department of Children and Families (DCF) in May without criminal charges against her, briefly escaped from custody at a juvenile center for delinquent boys before being found by police hours later.
On October 17, Emmy-nominated actress and transgender advocate Laverne Cox will premiere a simulcast of the new documentary Laverne Cox Presents: The T Word on MTV and Logo TV with a one hour Trans Forum following.
On the morning of March 28 2012 while stopping at a gas station, Eisha Love and a friend were accosted at a gas station with a barrage of anti-trans epithets which led to an altercation.
Mark Regnerus, who is now infamous in American political circles for his flawed, widely repudiated, far-right-concocted "study" that was designed to slight same-sex parents in order to influence the 2012 elections and the Supreme Court, seems to have international aspirations.
Tonight catch all new episodes of The Biggest Loser and Project Runway.
Enrique Santos is no longer just a voice on your radio, he's now the host of his own talk show El Palenque de Enrique Santos on Univision's UniMás. Santos has a successful career in radio, and has a daily morning broadcast, "The Enrique Santos Show," where he interviews a wide variety of celebrities. Also known for celebrity prank calls, Santos became infamous for successfully prank calling Cuban dictator Fidel Castro.
Trans advocate Brynn Tannehill used her own personal struggle to emphasize the importance of acceptance within the trans community at the 2014 TransPride Pittsburgh National Conference.
When Boston's Cardinal Sean P. O'Malley became the first bishop to publicly denounce the recent church worker firings for LGBT-related reasons saying the firings need to be "rectified," the New Ways Ministry's Bob Shine became hopeful.