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Filmmaker Anne Clements in conjunctions with GaymerConnect, the first convention dedicated to LGBT gaming culture, is using Kickstarter to fund the production of a documentary titled Gayming in Color: Queers and Gaymers of the Pixelated World. The documentary will explore LGBTQ presence in the gaming community, and tell the story of the creators of GaymerConnect.
On March 16, Hollywood director Brett Ratner will receive the Ally Award at the 24th Annual GLAAD Media Awards in New York. Attendees will get an exclusive look at a public service announcement campaign helmed by Ratner. The GLAAD 'Coming Out for Equality' PSA series features a diverse group of straight celebrities and athletes "coming out of the closet" as supporters of equality and calling for other Americans to speak out.
You could win the chance to be with Anderson Cooper and Madonna at the GLAAD Media Awards in NYC! Find out more below.
Comic book and TV fans alike had reason to celebrate Wednesday, March 6, with the release of “Archie Meets Glee, Part 1,″ the first in a series of four issues that merge characters from Archie comics with characters from FOX's Glee.
On today's episode of 'Anderson Live' Anderson Cooper and co-host Lisa Rinna discuss the news that Cooper will be honored with the Vito Russo Award at the NYC GLAAD Media Awards on March 16 and his award will be presented by longtime friend Madonna.
This morning, representatives from National Geographic Channel met with GLAAD and gay Eagle Scout Will Oliver, following the delivery of more than 120,000 Change.org petition signatures calling on the network to speak out against the Boy Scout's ban on gay scouts and scout leaders.
Each week The GLAAD Wrap brings you LGBT-related entertainment news highlights, fresh stuff to watch out for, and fun diversions to help you kick off the weekend.
How to Survive a Plague filmmaker David France is currently working with ABC Studios to develop a miniseries based on his documentary, which will take a deeper look at the personal stories behind the HIV/AIDS advocacy movements of the 1980s.
Honey Dijon, the popular house-music D.J., finds herself a role model for transgender people.
ABC Family has picked up to series two of its three drama pilots — The Fosters, executive produced by Jennifer Lopez, and Socio, which has been renamed Twisted. Filming on both, which are produced in-house, will begin in the spring for a summer debut.
Blond-haired, blue-eyed Kevin Keller was introduced some years back as Archie Andrews’ new openly gay friend—a first for Archie Comics. Since then, we’ve seen Kevin rise in popularity and even get his own comic book. Now it appears Keller is finally ready for love.
Ian McKellen received an honorary doctorate degree from the University of Ulster in Northern Ireland on Sunday. So you can call the famed stage and film actor Dr. McKellen now, though his "Sir" prefix is awfully nice as well.
RuPaul’s Drag Race got more dramatic than anticipated this evening when contestant Monica Beverly Hillz revealed during the elimination that the reason for her somewhat scattered behavior this season is because she is hiding a secret — she is transgender.
Benedict Cumberbatch‘s next high-profile role looks like it will be playing English mathematician Alan Turing in The Imitation Game, Graham Moore’s heralded screenplay that went from Warner Bros to Teddy Schwartman’s Black Bear Pictures.
The accepted films for this year's South By Southwest festival have been announced and several LGBT inclusive films made the cut, including documentaries on John Waters' midnight muse Divine, performer Buck Angel, and a year in the life of three gay seniors.
The actor best known for playing the TV character Gomer Pyle in the 1960s has married his male partner of 38 years.