Posts by Megan Townsend, GLAAD's Senior Strategist, Entertainment Media

TV Land's "The Soul Man" features wedding of a lesbian couple tonight

TV Land's comedy The Soul Man will feature Rev. Boyce (Cedric the Entertainer) marrying a lesbian couple in tonight's episode, "Bride & Prejudice," airing on TV Land at 11 pm ET/PT.

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Mexican rock band Molotov to remove anti-gay slur from track, speak out against anti-LGBT violence during national tour

Popular Mexican rock band Molotov's today decided to remove the anti-gay slur "maricón" from its 1997 song "Puto" during this summer's Jägermeister Music Tour. Along with removing "maricón," from the "matarile al maricón" lyric, the band will introduce the song during the tour with a message of support for LGBT people. The band will be donating some of the tour's proceeds to LGBT organizations and to help Esteban Navarro, the young victim of a recent anti-gay attack in Chile.

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What to Watch Monday 7/29: A loved one is in danger on a new episode of "The Fosters"

Tonight catch all new episodes of Major Crimes, Get Out Alive with Bear Grylls, The Fosters, Mistresses, Under the Dome and Teen Wolf.Read More

Out singer Mary Lambert expands her chorus on Macklemore's "Same Love" to full song in "She Keeps Me Warm"

Out singer/songwriter Mary Lambert has released "She Keeps Me Warm," the full track extension from her chorus on the Macklemore and Ryan Lewis platinum hit "Same Love."Read More

What to Watch Monday 7/22: Push Girls back-to-back season finale

Tonight catch the season finale of Push Girls and all new episodes of Major Crimes, The Fosters, Mistresses, Under the Dome and Teen Wolf.Read More

Sunday's "Drop Dead Diva" about a gay pro baseball player

This Sunday's episode of Lifetime's Drop Dead Diva, "Secret Lives," features a closeted baseball player arrested on suspicion of murder. Jane defends him in court as he struggles with the decision to come out. Catch Drop Dead Diva on Lifetime this Sunday, July 21 at 9:00 PM EST.

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Lionsgate speaks out against the National Organization for Marriage and Orson Scott Card, addresses "Ender's Game" film

Earlier this week Geeks OUT, an LGBT organization that rallies, empowers and promotes the queer geek community, started a campaign asking audiences to skip the Ender's Game, an upcoming film based on anti-gay author and National Organization for Marriage board member Orson Scott Card's popular sci-fi novel of the same name.

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