From September 20-26, join GLAAD in recognizing the bisexual community for Bisexual Awareness Week, including Celebrate Bisexuality Day on September 23.
More than 80,000 people have signed a Change.org petition calling on TLC to cancel its upcoming special "My Husband's Not Gay." The program, set to air on January 11, follows four Mormon men who reject their sexual orientation because, they say, their faith is unaccepting of gay people who live their lives authentically.
Join thousands of people around the world wishing a happy anniversary to 31 Australian couples who were married one year ago, but had their marriages revoked.
It's easy! Just post a message of love and support to the couples on social media, using the hashtag #5DaysOfEquality.
Post on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Vine.
In 2012, Kristene Chapa and Mollie Olgin, a couple of five months, were brutally attacked at Violet Andrews Park in Portland, Texas. The two were shot in the head, execution style. Mollie died at the scene but Kristene was rushed to the hospital with head injuries. She survived and is continuing to recover every day, through the support of family and friends. A fund has been set up to help the family with medical expenses.
Millions go purple on Spirit Day in a stand against bullying and to show their support for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) youth. Observed annually since 2010, individuals, schools, organizations, corporations, and public figures wear purple, which symbolizes 'spirit' on the rainbow flag.
From September 21-27, join GLAAD in recognizing the bisexual community for Bisexual Awareness Week, including Celebrate Bisexuality Day on September 23.
In honor of Pride 2014, GLAAD is working with Instagram to launch their first-ever Pride Portraits Campaign. Staff members are posting portraits of themselves accompanied their own stories of pride, love and family… but that's not all!
UPDATE: The Chicago Sun-Times has removed the piece! Thank you to everyone who contacted them with your feedback. Read their apology here.
All LGBT people and allies need to make their voices heard regarding irresponsible journalism that ran in the Chicago Sun-Times.
Is Laverne Cox a woman? Yes. Does she deserve such blatant and ugly disrespect from the Chicago Sun-Times? No.