Most media images of LGBT people seen by the general public fall into similar categories.
Anything that takes place on the big screen. From big-release features to indie documentaries, pro and anti-LGBT
The Side by Side LGBT Film Festival launched a fundraising campaign to further promote LGBT and human rights in Russia. Through the Resist to Exist initiative, individuals from around the world have the opportunity to help create change in a country where being LGBT is forbidden and dangerous.
Indiewire's LGBT blog /bent has put together highlights of the WorldPride Q&A "In Conversation With" Laverne Cox, hosted by GLAAD National Spokesperson Wilson Cruz.
Jenni Olson - curator, filmmaker, and VP of E-Commerce & Consumer Marketing at Wolfe Video - has put together "The Essential LGBTQ" list of 25 must-see films for the movie fanatic blog Fandor.
The GLAAD Wrap: 'Tammy' opens July 2, Carrie Brownstein to star in 'Transparent,' new Matt Palmer EP and more!
Tickets on sale now for Outfest Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival, don't miss the GLAAD-partnered screening of 'To Be Takei'!
The 2014 Outfest Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival kicks off July 10 and tickets are on sale now. GLAAD is proud to announce our partnership as an Outfest Community Collaborator for a screening of the documentary "To Be Takei."
From her endless amount of tweets asserting her support of the LGBT community, to her beautiful portrayal of a lesbian character on FOX's hit show Glee, pop sensation Demi Lovato has never failed to stand up as a loud and proud ally- but her new music video for "Really Don't Care," released today, is the ultimate display of support and love.
By either making a donation or raising awareness, you can help The Naming Project bring another decade of happiness to LGBTQA youth across the nation.
WATCH: New trailer for Ira Sachs film 'Love Is Strange' with John Lithgow and Alfred Molina, in theaters August 22
As part of Pride month and its Characters Unite campaign, USA Network will air 'Philadelphia.' The GLAAD Media Award-winning film will be introduced by President Bill Clinton.