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Elton John, the musical living legend, said he was committed to upholding his concerts scheduled in Russia, despite the country's anti-LGBT "propaganda laws" that continue to incite violence targeted at LGBT people in Russia. Today, Elton dedicated his show to a young man who lost his life to such an attack.
The Washington Blade reports that the Congressional Hispanic Caucus voted Wednesday to endorse the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, (ENDA) legislation, which would prohibit anti-LGBT bias in the workforce, as a result of a resolution proposed by Rep. Linda Sanchez (D-Calif.).
The American Family Association has led a multi-platform, multi-spokesperson rhetorical assault against the decorated musical, Kinky Boots, its costuming, and its themes of acceptance.
Speaker John Boehner was asked if the Republican party should endorse openly gay candidates. He responded with a simple "I do".
Francesca Quaranta, a transgender police officer in Middletown, Connecticut, has filed a complaint claiming her supervisors created a hostile work environment because of her gender identity.
Today's top LGBT news headlines. For more news updated throughout the day, visit www.glaad.org.
Nelson Mandela, who died today at the age of 95, is one of the most important figures in the global struggle against oppression.
James Clementi, the brother of Tyler Clementi, has shared the story of his discovery of the importance and need for schools to have a "Gay Straight Alliance" (GSA) in an op-ed he wrote for LGBTQ Nation.
Mientras que la Corte Suprema de EE.UU. se prepara para intervenir en los casos que cuestionan la llamada Acta del "Defensa del Matrimonio" y la anti-gay Proposición 8, GLAAD está colaborando con varias organizaciones para asegurar que en los medios de comunicación se aborden con precisión estos procesos históricos así como sus significado para parejas del mismo sexo. A continuación está una guía de recursos para ayudar a los profesionales de los medios a cubrir DOMA y la Proposición 8 durante y previo a las audiencias ante la Corte Suprema el 26 de marzo y 27.
As the U.S. Supreme Court prepares to rule on cases challenging the so-called “Defense of Marriage” Act (DOMA) and the anti-gay Proposition 8, GLAAD is collaborating with several LGBT and justice advocacy organizations to ensure that these historic rulings and their meaning for same-sex couples are portrayed accurately by the media. Below is a resource guide to assist media professionals covering DOMA and Proposition 8 leading up to the high court’s rulings, expected in June.
GLAAD's list of resources providing information and ways to participate in World AIDS Day.
Answers to the most commonly asked questions about the so-called "Defense of Marriage Act," what it does, and what the legal challenges to it are.
This statement can be attributed to the National Center for Lesbian Rights, GLAAD, National Gay and Lesbian Task
Washington, DC - Today, the Supreme Court struck down a central part of the Voting Rights Act, invalidating crucial p
“This week, the Senate is considering several amendments to the immigration reform bill that make draconian demands f
DALLAS, TX, 23 de mayo 2013 - A raíz de una campaña de más de un año por GLAAD, organización que aboga por l
Following is a statement regarding amendments to the Title II provisions of the immigration bill that the Sen
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May 21, 2013
Today national lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) advocacy organizations join local, state and national immigration, civil rights and LGBT groups and advocates marching for justice for all immigrants on National Immigration Day of Action.