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The 65th Primetime Emmy nominations were announced this morning, with at least eight different out performers receiving nominations, as well as a number of LGBT-inclusive programs and films. Among this year's first-time nominees are Dan Bucatinsky, Zachary Quinto, HBO's Liberace biopic Behind the Candelabra, and the Chely Wright documentary Wish Me Away.
The final wave of nominations for the Teen Choice Awards were announced today. Among the nominees are several LGBT-inclusive shows, movies and music.
GLAAD is proud to sponsor a launch event for the first annual Latino/a Queer Film Festival (LQFF) on Sunday, June 21 in Los Angeles, CA. The event will feature films by and about LGBTQ Latinos that reflect the community's struggles, lives, and achievements.
This Sunday's episode of Lifetime's Drop Dead Diva, "Secret Lives," features a closeted baseball player arrested on suspicion of murder. Jane defends him in court as he struggles with the decision to come out. Catch Drop Dead Diva on Lifetime this Sunday, July 21 at 9:00 PM EST.
"Orange Is The New Black," a new original series from Netflix, is garnering rave reviews and abundant praise for addressing a myriad of issues -- all within the confines of prison walls.
GLAAD learned yesterday of the passing of Glee star Cory Monteith. Through his work and advocacy, the actor continuously showed his support of the LGBT community, sending a strong message of acceptance to youth around the globe.
Earlier this week Geeks OUT, an LGBT organization that rallies, empowers and promotes the queer geek community, started a campaign asking audiences to skip the Ender's Game, an upcoming film based on anti-gay author and National Organization for Marriage board member Orson Scott Card's popular sci-fi novel of the same name.
Maybe we won't all live happily ever after, but now all of us will live with a dignity and respect -- and equal protection under the law -- that back in 1985 we could only sit in a dark theater and fantasize about.