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What to Watch: Monday, April 9

Bo must stop a fae war from breaking out on tonight's Lost Girl season finale, members of the Glee cast are interviewed on Inside the Actors Studio, plus new episodes of The Voice, The Secret Life of the American Teenager, RuPaul's Drag Race and Smash.Read More

 
April 6, 2012

UPDATED: BYU Students Release "It Gets Better" Video

On April 4, Brigham Young University’s Provo campus held a one and a half hour forum titled “Everything you wanted to know about homosexuality but were too afraid to ask,” sponsored by BYU’s sociology department in coordination with a few sociology and psychology classes. Openly lesbian and devout Latter-day Saint Bridey Jensen, a student at BYU, was part of the panel. She said, “Both of these things are just a fundamental part of me that I never chose […] Just because I accept [that I am gay] doesn’t mean I believe in the gospel any less."

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Yet Another Major Study Finds Strong LGBT Support Among Latinos

A study released by the Pew Hispanic Center April 4 found that 59 percent of U.S. Latinos say homosexuality should be accepted by society. This comes as no surprise given the rise in positive representations of LGBT people and issues in Spanish-language media in recent years.

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April 6, 2012

The GLAAD Wrap: New Music Videos From Rufus Wainwright, the Scissor Sisters and Gossip, True Blood and Lost Girl Return

Every week, The GLAAD Wrap brings you LGBT-related entertainment news highlights, fresh stuff to watch out for, and fun diversions to help you kick off the weekend.Read More

Video: Katy Butler at #glaadawards in New York

High school student Katy Butler accepts a Special Recognition Award at the GLAAD Media Awards for her work to get the rating of 'Bully' changed 'R' to 'PG13'Read More

 
April 6, 2012

Religion News Summary Highlights for April 4, 2012

Last fall, Muslims for Progressive Values, an American reformist organization, gathered from around the country to celebrate the growth of membership. In less than five years, the group had grown from a few friends to a thousand members and spawned a string of small mosques and spiritual groups that stretched from Atlanta to Los Angeles.

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