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In advance of the Pope's inaugural visit to the U.S. next month, GLAAD released a new media resource for journalists.
Bold social media campaign, #WhereLoveIsIllegal, accelerates acceptance for LGBTI people across borders through stunning portraits and chilling testimonies of discrimination.
Boston organization will honor transgender advocate, best-selling author, and GLAAD co-chair Jennifer Finney Boylan with the Spirit of Justice Award.
This week, GLAAD's interns visited the Comcast Building, where they toured MSNBC's studios, control rooms, and learned more about broadcast newsroom operations.
Today, the White House released the National HIV and AIDS Strategy Updated to 2020 with a focus on minority populations affected by HIV and AIDS.
Jamaica's first Pride celebration will happen throughout the first week of August
Colorado transgender woman, Ashlyn Trider, is currently working with TLDEF (Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund) to force Aetna Life Insurance Company to cover her sex reassignment surgery.
On Monday, July 27th 2015, a lawsuit filed to allow a transgender teen to use the boys' restrooms in his school moved forward, as U.S. District Judge Robert G. Doumar dismissed the Title IX discrimination claims in the suit.
The marketing and corporate communications leader held a company-wide LGBT initiative all month long around GLAAD's #GotYourBack campaign.