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What to Watch This Weekend: November 25-27

November 25, 2011
Tonight catch a showing of GLAAD Media Awards nominated film, Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World, tomorrow The Graham Norton Show, and on Sunday all new episodes of Boardwalk Empire and Hung. Read More

Giving Thanks for Pullen Baptist Church in Raleigh, NC

As we gather with family and friends this Thanksgiving to give thanks GLAAD asks you to remember those LGBT-supportive faith communities who are doing the work of justice in the world. This week the Raleigh News Observer brought us a story this week of Pullen Baptist Church. The church voted unanimously to discontinue performing legal weddings in the church building until all couples are able to have their marriages recognized by the state of North Carolina.

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Equality Maine and GLAD to Run TV Ads Supporting Marriage Equality

In June, Equality Maine and the Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders (GLAD) produced videos for their joint website, called Why Marriage Matters Maine, in support of marriage equality. Now, these organizations have a new and exciting opportunity to reach a wider audience than ever before through airing one of the videos as an ad on television.Read More

 
November 24, 2011

What to Watch: Thursday, November 24

Tonight catch A Very Gaga Thanksgiving.

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November 23, 2011

The GLAAD Wrap: The Oscar Doc Shortlist, A Very Gaga Holiday, and More Andy Cohen Coming

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 (or holiday).Read More

Historic Day in Mass: Gov. Patrick Signs Transgender Equal Rights Bill

After passing in both houses of the Massachusetts Legislature last week, today Gov. Deval Patrick (D) signed the historic Transgender Equal Rights Bill. The law will take effect on July 1, 2012, at which time the state's approximately 33,000 transgender residents will have vital protections against discrimination in employment, housing, education, credit and hate crimes law.

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