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 the inaugural GLAAD Gala San Francisco: Game Changers on September 13, 2014. read more >
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The Smithsonian's National Museum of American History in Washington DC has added hundreds of photographs, papers, and historical objects to its collection to document the history of LGBT people in our country.
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8-year-old Gabriel Fernandez was allegedly beaten to death by his mother and her boyfriend. In the past, the couple had called Gabriel gay, punished him when he played with dolls and forced him to wear girls' clothes to school.
A core creative team consisting of Director, Ted Campbell, Executive Producer, Jennifer Fontaine, and starring actress, Marlo Bernier, is launching a new television series based on Bernier's experience as a trans woman who sacrificed her pre-transition success in favor of living in "her true gender identity."
Tonight catch all new episodes of Skin Wars and The Bridge.
Due to a historic vote, transgender Oregonians will be able to access trans healthcare under Oregon's Health Plan starting in 2015.
Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni has signed a bill into law criminalizing HIV transmission, ignoring the warnings of public health activists who say the law will make will only further spread the severe epidemic.
Not only does Michelle voice the Arkansas Family Council's and FRC's anti-LGBT bigotry and undying dedication to inciting baseless moral panic, but perhaps above all else, they have teamed up to demonstrate a complete ignorance about the issues at hand—namely, a lack of basic legal protections and respect for various members of Arkansas' community.