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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.
"Memories of a Penitent Heart" is a documentary in the making about "love, God, and inequality." On Thursday, June 20th, director Cecilia Aldarondo will be hosting a discussion about the film's themes, as well as viewing an excerpt from the film.
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.
he 10th Annual Damn These Heels! (DTH!) LGBT Film Festival in Salt Lake City, hosted by the Utah Film Center, will kick off at the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center on Friday, July 12 and run through the weekend. Tickets go on sale tomorrow, June 14.
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.
The powerful documentary about Ugandan LGBT activist David Kato, Call Me Kuchu, will premiere in theaters in New York this Friday, June 14 and expand to Los Angeles a week later on June 21 with more markets to follow. The first week of screenings in New York will feature Q&As with directors and activists from the documentary.
Singer-songwriter Jenny Owen Youngs came out today in a letter posted to LGBTQ youth advice website EveryoneIsGay.com and announced that she is engaged to the site's co-founder, Kristin Russo.