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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.
This year's great slate of nominees represents Spanish-language media's forward-moving direction when it comes to LGBT people and issues.
This fall Elmhurst became the first institute of higher education to include an admissions question about sexual orientation and gender identity, launching them into the public eye. The college has only good things to say after its first round of admissions with the new question.
In this edition of LGBT en Español, transgender advocate Bamby Salcedo profiled in People en Español; CNN Show Includes Lesbian Mom, and more!
En esta edición de LGBT en Español: abordamos la reseña en People en Español de una conocida y querida defensora transgénero; cómo un programa de CNN manejó el tema de los padres gays, ¡y más!
In a segment on this week's Need to Know, the PBS news broadcast examines the epidemic of homelessness that LGBT youth experience and shares the stories of LGBT adults opening their homes and families to LGBT youth.
GLAAD urges constituents to monitor coverage of the proposed bill in Tennessee that would bar transgender people from public accommodations and calls on the media to challenge false claims that protections for transgender people are in any way harmful.