Peter Sprigg is a man who, if his stated "logic" were allowed to play out the way he wants, would find LGBT people literally thrown in jail, perhaps on some remote non-American island somewhere, for simply being gay.
A federal appeals court has ordered that the state of Indiana must recognize the marriage, performed out of state, of Amy Sandler and Nikole Quasney. The two were married in Massachusetts last year. Quasney has been battling stage four ovarian cancer since 2009.
GLAAD's Special Projects Coordinator and curator of the Commentator Accountability Project, Jeremy Hooper, recently talked to CNN about how being a parent has changed his life, and perhaps even his brain activity.
Yvette Cantu Schneider has one of the most robust pedigrees of anyone who has ever worked in the so-called "ex-gay" movement. Yvette has reached out to GLAAD to share her story—one that will come as a shock to her former colleagues and allies.
GLAAD's Rich Ferraro recently spoke to NPR about ongoing changes in advertisements targeting LGBT people. Along with Robert Klara, a staff writer at AdWeek, host Sonari Glinton focused on the shift in brands that now include LGBT images in their ads.