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Friday marks the beginning of Trans Pride L.A. 2013, presented by the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center and co-sponsored by Gender Justice LA, Los Angeles Transgender Film Festival, and the Transgender Law Center. GLAAD is the official media sponsor for Trans Pride L.A.
GLAAD is proud to announce our partnership with the 2013 Outfest Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival for a screening of the documentary Bridegroom with an exclusive ticket discount available for GLAAD readers.
The Friend Movement, a grassroots, anti-bullying organization with some help from Hollywood actors, singers, Broadway stars, dancers, athletes and activists, is giving bullying the bird.
As we continue to celebrate Pride Month, GLAAD invites you to march for trans equality!
The documentary Married and Counting, narrated by George Takei, about gay couple Pat Dwyer and Stephen Mosher who celebrate their 25th anniversary by travelling the country to marry in every state that will legally allow them to do so, opened in Los Angeles on June 14 and will premiere on iTunes June 25.
This year's 37th Annual Frameline International LGBT Film Festival will kick off in San Francisco on Thursday, June 20 and run through Sunday, June 30. Screenings will be held at three cinemas in San Francisco and one in Berkeley, CA.
The Daily Show took on the issue of gay and Christian persecution, and called on GLAAD's former Religion, Faith & Values intern, Todd Clayton to tell them more.
The 40th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards winners were announced last night and the winners included several LGBT-inclusive series featuring some of daytime television's most prominent characters and personalities.