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WATCH: SHE4ME rocks marriage equality with new music video PSA

Marriage Equality USA has released a public service announcement (PSA) in music video form, called SHE4MarriageEquality, or SHE4ME. Paired with the song "SHE," written and performed by Jen Foster, the video follows the lifelong love story of two young women, played by Gabrielle Christian and Nicole Pacent. You may recognize one of the brides...

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Submit your kisses TODAY to make #UprisingofLove video trans inclusive

The Wondros agency, working in conjunction with the Arcus Foundation, is producing a mini-documentary of trans people kissing for the Uprising of Love campaign. These images in the four-minute video will be displayed while Melissa Etheridge's song "Uprising of Love."

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Morning Joe: Sarah Kate Ellis 'brings substance to her leadership role' at GLAAD

MSNBC's Morning Joe talked to GLAAD's new CEO and President Sarah Kate Ellis about her new role and GLAAD's work highlighting LGBT Russian voices.

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February 20, 2014

Charles Barkley speaks out in support of Michael Sam

Many voiced their support for Sam. One of the supporters included a Hall of Famer Charles Barkley. In a recent interview with CNN Barkley spoke about Sam’s decision to come out.

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These 'license to discriminate' bills: What they're doing and why they're doing it

Jeremy Hooper looks at the history and thought process behind the bills that would turn away LGBT people from businesses.

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VIDEO: GLAAD interviews Ingrid Michaelson on being an ally through music

Lately, Ingrid has gained recognition in a new realm, as an LGBT ally. Her newest song "Girls Chase Boys" has been recognized for bending the gender binary as well as for recognizing same-sex relationships in an inclusive lyric. GLAAD got an exclusive interview with Ingrid about using music to be an ally and where her art is headed with her upcoming album, Lights Out.

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Openly gay Eagle Scout reflects on being "unfit" for BSA leadership

Lucien Tessier and his younger brother, Pascal, have several things in common: they're both gay, dedicated members of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA), and determined advocates for equality in scouting. In a recent commentary piece for The Guardian, Lucien reflected on the strides made in the movement for equality in scouting while considering the work that's left to be done.

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