Autostraddle examines how the defamatory tradition of transgender women appearing in horror films continues with Insidious 2, and why the trope is dangerous for general audiences to accept and traumatizing for trans viewers to witness.
Anything that takes place on the big screen. From big-release features to indie documentaries, pro and anti-LGBT
Things are getting more and more complicated for anti-LGBT Russian leaders and the International Olympic Committee ahead of the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi.
This Friday, October 11, God Loves Uganda will open the theaters around the United States and Canada. The Oscar award willing director, Roger Ross Williams, shared with GLAAD why he made the film, as well as what action he hopes the film inspires.
The award-winning documentary "Bridegroom" will be available on Netflix starting October 27, 2013.
The GLAAD Wrap: 'Sal' gets a release date, the Beatle's Brian Epstein biopic to be produced, and new music from Erasure
A fundraising campaign for the upcoming documentary film, MAJOR!, which tells the story of transgender elder and pioneering civil rights activist Miss Major Griffin-Gracy, is coming into its final days on the creative funding site, Kickstarter.
Today SAG-AFTRA released the results of a survey finding that out lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender actors continue to face anti-LGBT bias when looking for work. The survey was conducted by UCLA's Williams Institute and SAG-AFTRA with responses from 5,700 union actors, with about 15% of respondents identifying as LGBT.