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What to Watch: Tuesday, February 21

The It Gets Better special premieres tonight on MTV and Logo, Warblers and New Directions go head-to-head in Glee's winter finale, John babysits a film crew on Southland, White Collar's Neal Caffrey is brought in to steal a valued item from Yankees Stadium and all new episodes of Days of Our Lives, Tabatha Takes Over and Undercover Princes.Read More

 
February 19, 2012

Why Language Matters: An Ongoing Public Dialogue With Roland Martin

On his show, Washington Watch, Roland Martin today took another important step, acknowledging that his words had a negative impact, and making it clear that he understands how serious the issues of anti-LGBT bullying and violence are. Read More

 
February 17, 2012

The GLAAD Wrap: It Gets Better on MTV, More Join 8, and Magda Comes Out

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

High School Athlete Tells Coming Out Story

Earlier this week, OutSports.com shared the story of Jeremy, a 17-year-old high school student who is gay, an athlete, and living in a small rural town in the United States.

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What to Watch: This Weekend, February 17-19

Tune in Friday as Lucretia works to move up the ranks on Spartacus: Vengeance, two brides deal with unpleasant circumstances on Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta, and election results will be challenged on a new Days of Our Lives. Catch Color Splash on Saturday and see David Bromstad's team renovate a master bedroom. Wrap up the weekend with The Good Wife as the firm leads a lawsuit on a software company with shady dealings, Lip and Ian's argument reaches a boiling point on Shameless, and Downton Abbey does Christmas.Read More

A Conversation with Clay Cane and Janet Mock

In honor of Black History Month, the Huffington Post Gay Voices “Voice To Voice,” a collection of interviews between LGBT authors discussing their work, queer life and some of the challenges of writing, spotlights the stories of African American LGBT people.

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