GLAAD wrapped up its visit to Australia marching in the Sydney Mardi Gras Parade and sharing best practices with Australian LGBTIQ organizations.
Stories that show how athletes, teams, leagues, and journalists who cover the world of sports are dealing with LGBT-related issues
The GLAAD Global Voices journey to Australia kicked off with a series of meetings and trainings to with Melbourne’s LGBTIQ leaders to advance acceptance and support for LGBTIQ people.
Lady Gaga made a statement with her halftime show, and many advertisers spotlighted diversity at Super Bowl LI.
Today, the NBA and WNBA went purple to show their support for LGBTQ youth, as the world takes a stand against bullying.
Major League Baseball teams show support for LGBTQ youth, take a stand against bullying and send out messages to fans to inspire hope and support.
Following a Change.org petition, the Atlantic Coast Conference announced that it will move out of North Carolina in response to the discriminatory law, HB2.
As the 2016 Summer Olympics begin in Rio this week, GLAAD is calling on media outlets to include the many issues facing the LGBT community in Brazil while reporting on the events
Zeigler's book covers treatment of LGBTQ athletes, touching on bullying and hazing that has surrounded, and continues to surround, LGBTQ athletes, specifically in high school and college, while weaving in stories of LGBT athletes and allies such as Michael Irvin, Fallon Fox, and Michael Sam, among others.
Many entertainment entities and professional sports organizations have donated to support those affected by this weekend's tragedy in Orlando.
Olympic champion Greg Louganis is finally being recognized on the legendary Wheaties cereal box. Read all about what got him there.