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Today's top LGBT news headlines. For more news updated throughout the day, visit www.glaad.org.

GLAAD's Jeremy Hooper gets into some of the nitty gritty of former "ex-gay" activist Yvette Cantu Schneider's work, her feelings toward the anti-LGBT movement, and what she has to say to those who she might have hurt.

Wonder what we're up to at GLAAD? Be sure to check out GLAAD's Blog each week for updates about our latest work to build support for LGBT equality through news, entertainment and online media.

Tonight catch all new episodes of Pretty Little Liars, Chasing Life and Motor City Masters.

Though GLAAD reported on the role of bi community leaders on the historic day, bi advocates noted that most coverage from other outlets, including the Washington Post and the LA Times, referred to the executive order as an act for gay and transgender Americans, which is great, but unfortunately failed to recognize the "b" folks as well.

From a solo show, to a benefit for at-risk children internationally, to an evening where Broadway will get GLAAD - Broadway's finest will host a series of events next week.

The Washington Blade recently published a series of articles detailing the quality of life of Southern LGBT individuals. The authors spent a week in Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi chronicling accounts of those who have experienced poverty, discrimination, Hurricane Katrina, and other hardships not uncommon to residents of the South.

Accomplished transgender teenage advocate, Jazz, has taken to YouTube with her latest project - vlogging.