During the much-anticipated Q&A session Saturday, a fan asked the producers of both “Once Upon A Time” and “Once Upon A Time in Wonderland” about the possibility of a gay character on one of the series.
Liz Carmouche made history this past February when she became the first openly gay fighter and one of the first two female fighters in the history of the UFC. GLAAD spoke with Carmouche as she prepares to take on Jessica Andrade this weekend in her first match since UFC 157.
Modern Family Emmy nominee Jesse Tyler Ferguson married longtime love Justin Mikita in downtown New York City Saturday, Ferguson's rep confirms to PEOPLE.
Ferguson, 37, who plays uptight lawyer Mitchell Pritchett on the hit ABC sitcom, and Mikita, 27, a real-life lawyer, became engaged last year when the two vacationed in Mexico, after being together nearly two years.
Playwright and screenwriter Tony Kushner officiated the ceremony, according to Ferguson's rep. Jesse Tyler Ferguson married longtime love Justin Mikita in downtown New York City Saturday, Ferguson's rep confirms to PEOPLE.
GaymerX, the first ever LGBT video game convention, is fast approaching. The convention, taking place August 3rd-4th in San Francisco, has had more than its fair share of publicity since reaching nearly four times its original Kickstarter goal almost one year ago. Today GaymerX and Logo TV have announced that they are joining forces to bring the little convention that could to an even wider audience.
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.
With regard to the recent brutal killing of Cameroonian gay rights activist Eric Ohena Lembembe, Shaun Kadlec and Deb Tullmann are the filmmakers behind Born This Way, a documentary about the underground LGBT community in Cameroon which is now on the festival circuit.
The articulate Egyptian-Canadian activist recently secured a position as national spokesperson for GLAAD, one of the nation’s leading LGBTQ advocacy groups. EDGE caught up with Sharif Jr. ahead of his appearance in Provincetown, Mass, this Saturday.