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The GLAAD Wrap: 'Documented' hits theaters, Rosie O'Donnell to return on 'The Fosters,' and more!
Daytime Emmy Awards nominees include several LGBT-inclusive series and personalities
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced today the nominees for the 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards. Among the nominees are many LGBT-inclusive shows featuring many prominent out characters and personalities in daytime television.
VIDEO: Robin Weigert, Stacie Passon accept Outstanding Film - Limited Release for 'Concussion' at #GLAADAwards, presented by Emmy Rossum
"Shameless" star Emmy Rossum presented "Concussion" director Stacie Passon and the film's star Robin Weigert with the award for Outstanding Film – Limited Release at Saturday's 25th Annual GLAAD Media Awards in New York at the legendary Waldorf Astoria.
VICE News interviews Jaiyah Saelua, the first transgender athlete to play in a World Cup qualifier
In 2011, Jaiyah Saelua of American Samoa became the first openly transgender person to play in a FIFA World Cup qualifier. Her performance in the match was instrumental to breaking the American Samoan team's losing streak by clearing a goal-bound ball from the opposing team and preserving their first ever win.
UN releases Bollywood video about family acceptance
The United Nations Free & Equal campaign has shared another video promoting equality for LGBT people around the globe. This time, they are targeting India with a Bollywood-style video starring Indian actress Celina Jaitly.
The GLAAD Wrap: "Next Goal Wins" opens, Big Freedia releases a new single, and Mary Lambert releases "Body Love" video
"Black Sexuality & the Church" Union Theological Seminary film festival & panel
At "Brothas/Sistas Outsiders: Black Sexuality and the Church," two documentaries will be screened to kick off a panel discussion about LGBT youth's perspectives on the church's impact on marriage equality, homophobia, and the HIV epidemic.
'The State of Marriage' in Vermont: Two decades of progress
Nobel laureate Vargas Llosa points pen at church; supports civil unions in Peru
Peruvian writer and Nobel laureate Mario Vargas Llosa recently drew international headlines when he criticized his country's Catholic Church for its stance on civil unions. Vargas Llosa described the church as "crassly ignorant" for saying that homosexuality was against the natural order and said passing civil unions would make Peru a more "decent" country. A libertarian and internationally read author, Vargas Llosa has spoken before in support of marriage equality.