Posts by Seth Adam, GLAAD's Vice President of Communications

Laverne Cox to host #glaadawards in NYC

Emmy Award-winning actress and producer Laverne Cox will host the GLAAD Media Awards in New York, honoring Robert De Niro.

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Music industry's leading performing rights organizations speak out against discriminatory Tennessee bills

Today, the music industry's leading performing rights organizations, ASCAP and BMI (Broadcast Music, Inc.) spoke out against anti-LGBT bills currently pending in Tennessee.

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NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo takes executive action to ban coverage of conversion therapy

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo today announced that he will take Executive action banning public and private health care insurers from covering the dangerous practice of so-called "conversion therapy" in New York state.

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Facebook announces improvements to 'names policy'

Facebook announced today that it will begin testing improvements to its 'names policy,' which requires "people to use the name their friends and family know them by."

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GLAAD responds to Houston Equal Rights Ordinance vote

GLAAD today responded to news that the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance (HERO), which once protected millions of Houstonians from discrimination, was repealed through a voter referendum.

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Boy Scouts ends ban on gay adults

The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) today voted to end its ban on lesbian, gay, and bisexual adult leaders. The historic move comes after GLAAD and Scouts for Equality mounted a years-long media campaign to bring equality to Scouting.

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Guest Post: Campus Pride hosts 9th Annual Camp Pride in Charlotte, NC

Campus Pride, the leading national educational organization for LGBTQ and ally college students and campus groups, hosted its ninth annual LGBTQ Summer Leadership Academy, Camp Pride, last week in Charlotte, N.C.

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Boy Scouts advance resolution to end ban on gay adults

The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) National Executive Committee has advanced a resolution that could end the group's ban on gay adults.

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