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Call Me Kuchu, the powerful award-winning documentary about slain Ugandan LGBT advocate David Kato, is available now on DVD and digital platforms, including iTunes and Amazon streaming.
The Root, the "premiere news, opinion and culture site for African-American influencers," today released their annual ranking "The Root 100" honoring the most influential black leaders in 2013. This year's list includes trans advocate, writer and filmmaker Dr. Kortney Ryan Ziegler, out Broadway star Billy Porter and LGBT advocates Danielle Moodie-Mills and former GLAAD staff member Rashad Robinson.
For the past three years Union Bank has been highlighting stories of equality from around California in a series of amazing PSAs called Community Matters.
Watch Laverne Cox deliver a message to Cassidy Lynn Campbell and America about trans youth.
Big Freedia, New Orleans native and Queen of the Bounce rap movement, broke a world record in New York City.
Today's top LGBT news headlines. For more news updated throughout the day, visit www.glaad.org.
Months after going public about their sexuality, major league and pro athletes have found their careers heading in different directions.
This week, the Skylight Theatre Company in Los Angeles will honor the renowned playwright Terrence McNally with a four day, star-studded celebration - the first of an annual series honoring America's great playwrights.