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Today, four LGBT DREAMers, who were recently granted work permits under the federal Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, attended a White House reception in honor of Pride month.
Award recipients for the 3rd Annual Critics' Choice Television Awards have been announced and several LGBT characters and inclusive series picked up awards.
Extra host Maria Menounos, who served as a GLAAD Spirit Day Ambassador last year, has been named Grand Marshal of this weekend's LA Pride Parade. You can sign up now to march with GLAAD in the parade.
Charice Pempengco, the international recording artist who appeared in several episodes of Glee, came out as a lesbian over the weekend in an interview with the Filipino program The Buzz. "Yes, I am a tomboy," she said, using a common Filipino colloquial term for lesbian. "I don't know what's the problem with that. Because for me there isn't a problem with that."
ABC Family’s new drama The Fosters, about a “multi-ethnic family mix of foster and biological kids being raised by two moms,” premieres tonight at 9/8c. Tune in and livetweet with executive producer Jennifer Lopez.
The upcoming cartoon show, SheZow, is drawing attention from anti-LGBT activists who claim that the main character, a 12-year-old superhero, will confuse children about gender.
Bex Taylor-Klaus makes her television debut this weekend on the third season of AMC's murder mystery drama "The Killing" as Bullett, a "tough scrappy lesbian who's lived on the streets of Seattle since she was 13 years old." GLAAD spoke with Taylor-Klaus this week about Bullett's story and what viewers can expect from this season. Don't miss the special two-hour season premiere of "The Killing" on AMC this Sunday, June 2 at 8/7c.