Posts by Ross Murray, Director of Programs, Global and US South

Get sporty! 2014 was a big year for LGBT inclusion in sports.

2014 has witnessed some of the biggest advances in LGBT inclusion in sports. Athletes have been coming out in high school, college, and professional sports around the world.

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Big faith moments of 2014

The theme of LGBT people and faith continued through 2014 with milestones, setbacks, and the addition of new allies. Take a look at some of GLAAD's biggest LGBT moments from 2014.

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George Takei, Shane Bitney Crone, wishing happy anniversary for #5DaysOfEquality

George Takei, Shane Bitney Crone, other notables are tweeting happy anniversary messages to 31 Australian couples who had their marriage revoked after a five-day window.

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INTERVIEW: Australian Marriage Equality is working for more than #5DaysOfEquality

While we celebrate #5DaysofEquality, the organization Australian Marriage Equality continues to work tirelessly to bring marriage equality to Australia.

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#5DaysOfEquality interview: The first same-sex couple married in Australia

GLAAD talked to Alan and Joel Player, the first couple to be married in Canberra, after the Australian Capital Territory legalized marriage equality.

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Wish happy anniversary to 31 Australian couples for #5DaysOfEquality

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.

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Circuit court denies further stay in Florida, marriages could begin in January

The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals has denied Florida’s motion for stay of an earlier District Court ruling overturning the state’s ban on marriage equality. That means, unless other circumstances intervene, the stay would on January 6th, enabling same-sex couples to apply for marriage licenses at that time.

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#SouthernStories for #GivingTuesday: Sage Lovell

Today is #givingtuesday! Take a look at one of the GLAAD Southern Stories, Sage Lovell, the first transgender student elected to homecoming court in Georgia.

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