Among the over 30 people who lost their lives on Friday, December 2 in the Oakland, California fire, some of the victims were transgender. GLAAD reminds and urges journalists to apply these media guidelines when covering the story of the Oakland fire, and in other stories about transgender people.
Stories of real people being reported on by journalistic outlets, or voices that deserve amplifying
Resource tracks discriminatory rhetoric by administration members and potential appointees
With 27 transgender people killed, 2016 was the most deadly year on record in the United States for transgender people.
Grab the remote, set your DVR or queue up your streaming service of choice! GLAAD is bringing you the highlights in LGBTQ on TV this holiday week.
Tinder announces a significant update to its dating app that welcomes trans and gender non-conforming users to add information about their gender identity and be their most authentic selves on the platform.
The first Queermosa Awards was successfully launched to bring broad media visibility to LGBTQ voices in Taiwan.
This week at the TEDWomen Conference in San Francisco, songwriter and producer Tena Clark debuted her new gospel anthem “My My Mississippi.” The single honors the Magnolia State’s LGBTQ community and its relationship with the place they call home.