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Stories of real people being reported on by journalistic outlets, or voices that deserve amplifying
El 31 de enero, la popular revista noticiosa Aquí y Ahora realizó un reportaje extremadamente desequilibrado sobre las llamadas “terapias de conversión.” GLAAD contactó a Aquí Ahora y para que ofreciera disculpas y para que se comprometiera a realizar un segmento con el equilibrio periodístico que le faltó a la emisión del martes, y con una explicación del daño causado por las llamadas "terapias reparativas".
In its latest issue, OutServe Magazine, a bi-monthly publication highlighting issues of importance to LGBT servicemembers in the U.S. Armed Forces, shares the stories of transgender military professionals as they navigate the incredible hardships of living closeted lives to maintain their careers.
Today, marriage equality advocates in Maine delivered 105,000 signatures to the Secretary of State's office in support of placing a Citizens Initiative on the state's 2012 election ballot that would allow same-sex couples to legally marry.
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The Northwest Arkansas Times refuses to print the engagement announcement of a gay couple, citing state law which does not legally recognize the marriages of loving and committed gay and lesbian couples. In similar situations, other newspapers have opted to stand in favor of inclusivity and against discrimination. A new Change.org petition encourages the Northwest Arkansas Times to join the ranks of those newspapers that practice inclusivity in spite of state laws that aren't quite there yet.
GLSEN's climate report on elementary schools has the data to prove what students already know; anti-LGBT harassment and bullying is all too frequent for all students, starting at a very young age.
La lista de nominados para los Premios GLAAD 2012 representa el progreso que se sigue dando en los medios en español en cuanto a la representación de temas y personas LGBT.
Yesterday, advocates in North Carolina launched the Coalition to Protect All NC Families, a campaign working to defeat a proposed constitutional ban on marriage equality in the state. The ban, known as Amendment One, would not only deny same-sex couples marriage, but would strip all unmarried couples of many legal protections, such as those afforded by domestic partnerships and civil unions.