On the morning that GLAAD announced the expansion of its commitment to global LGBT work, the organization sat down with 22 UK-based LGBT advocacy organizations and leaders to hear the work that is being done, and spark ideas for possible collaboration.
Responding to news that Pope Francis met with anti-LGBT activist Kim Davis during his recent trip to the United States, GLAAD continued its call for Pope Francis to listen to LGBT Catholics and families.
GLAAD, the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) media advocacy organization, expressed a mix of disappointment and hopefulness in Pope Francis' lack of explicit welcoming messages for the thousands of LGBT people who followed his trip to the United States.
On the opening day of the World Meeting of Families, Catholic LGBT people and their families introduced themselves to the media and the wider world. GLAAD is working with Equally Blessed, who organized the pilgrimage of the LGBT families.
Estados Unidos ofrece cada semana las historias más vistas en el mundo. Es un impacto enorme cuando el público puede verse como parte de la aventura. La comunidad LGBT debe poder verse en esas historias universales que resuenan con todos, en cualquier parte del mundo, sin importar el bagaje cultural.
The U.S. delivers the most watched stories in the world. It makes a huge impact when an audience can see themselves as part of the adventure. LGBT people should be able to see themselves in those universal stories that resonate with everyone, anywhere in the world, no matter their cultural background.