Blogs by Matt Kane, Director of Entertainment Media at GLAAD
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The life and legacy of GLAAD-cofounder Vito Russo is the subject of a new film from Director Jeffrey Schwarz that premieres Monday night on HBO. Schwarz told GLAAD why he found Russo to be such an influential and compelling figure, and what surprises things he learned about Russo while making the film.
Northstar’s wedding in Astonishing X-Men finally hits comic stands tomorrow, and comic book retailers around the country are celebrating the big day with a variety of giveaways, parties, and even a few actual weddings.
Following statements of outrage from transgender woman Carmen Carrera, her supporters and GLAAD over how an episode of Cake Boss depicted the performer as the punchline to a prank setup, TLC has pulled the episode from airwaves.
The schedule for Outfest 2012 was released yesterday, showcasing highlights to look out for both in Los Angeles and other LGBT film festivals going on around the country over the course of the year.
Following a series of jokes made on CBS' The Late Late Show about cricket being a "gay," and unmanly sport, actor Jason Alexander released an apology through a TwitLonger post he tweeted out earlier this evening.