YouTube stars Tyler Oakley and Hannah Hart to present to Google and YouTube at #glaadgala San Francisco
YouTube stars Tyler Oakley and Hannah Hart will present global technology leader Google and video-sharing innovator YouTube with GLAAD’s inaugural Ric Weiland Award at the GLAAD Gala San Francisco: Ga 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 >
The Advocate has started rolling out their annual "40 Under 40" list honoring those people shaping the future of the LGBT movement and GLAAD's Omar Sharif, Jr. was honored as part of it. read more >
GLAAD announced it will honor global technology leader Google and video-sharing innovator YouTube at GLAAD Gala San Francisco: Game Changers on September 13, 2014. read more >
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It was announced today that the video game "Gone Home" will soon be released for the Nintendo Wii U. The LGBT-inclusive game has garnered numerous accolades and awards, with critics citing its engrossing and realistic story.
Gallup, using a worldwide poll, found that 28% of adults describe their areas as "a good place" to live as an openly gay or lesbian person, based on hospitable attitudes in 123 countries.
A Navy Officer comes out in Chile.
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The World Congress of Families, an international "super team" of anti-LGBT and conservative activists, is hosting a "Life, Family, and Freedom Conference" in the city of Melbourne. This event has sparked local protests because of WFC's radical global agenda as well as the fact that the conference has managed to book actual figures from Australian government to attend.
One Direction star Harry Styles showed his support for openly gay Rams player Michael Sam by wearing Sam's jersey on stage during the band's concert in St. Louis.
Last week, National Organization For Marriage cofounder, Federal Marriage Amendment author, and Princeton University professor Robert George went on Catholic radio to talk about openly gay Christian singer Vicky Beeching. You'll probably guess where he went with this.
Tonight catch the season finale of Defiance and an all new episode of Project Runway.