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'Girls' star Lena Dunham, who won Best Actress in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical and Best Television Series – Comedy or Musical at last night's Golden Globes, spoke backstage about her decision to not get married until marriage equality passes nationally.
Jodie Foster accepted the Cecil B. Demille Award during the 70th annual Golden Globe Awards and spoke about her coming out.
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The LGBT community in Puerto Rico and everywhere won a big victory when a comedian known for making anti-gay comments
In addition to a well-deserved nomination for the stirring documentary How to Survive a Plague, the only only LGBT-inclusive film to receive a substantial Oscar nomination this year was actually the animated family film, ParaNorman.
The Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association announced the nominees for the 2012 Dorian Awards, which honor the best in film and television.
Students from the Hetrick-Martin Institute shared their thoughts on the use of anti-gay slurs with GLAAD, after bisexual rapper Azaelia Banks used the word fa**ot on Twitter, then defended her use of it by saying she meant 'someone who acts like a woman.'
Out singer-songwriter Janis Ian, having just been nominated for a Grammy for the spoken word version of her 2008 autobiography, 'Society’s Child,' took a moment to answer a few of GLAAD's questions about coming out, her career, and what she’s planning next.