Maya Avant's storyline will continue this week on Thursday and Friday, and the episodes will include a fashion show featuring Maya and real-life out transgender models, Isis King and Carmen Carrera.
People of Color
GLAAD interviews Britney Nesbit, a student at The Medical University of South Carolina, working to make healthcare a safer space for LGBT individuals.
The many peoples in Latin America and the United states both in and outside the Catholic sphere are taking the opportunity of the Papal visit to the region to manifest their truths challenging the Vatican's policies and calling upon their current highest representative to clarify his actions and beliefs with respect to their communities.
GLAAD @ Work: Nigeria, what's ahead after marriage equality, transgender issues in Latino/a community, and more
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Meet just a few Southerners whose daily work is not only changing hearts and minds, but saving lives in the Magnolia State.
78th General Convention of the Episcopal Church votes to create LGBT-inclusive reforms nationwide.
Nigerian LGBT advocate Olumide Femi Makanjuola talks reality of being LGBT in Nigeria
This week on GLAAD's video series, GLAAD: All Access, host Claire Pires visited with Olumide Femi Makanjuola to talk about the levels of acceptance for LGBT people in Nigeria.
This week, NOI Polls, in partnership with Bisi Alimi Foundation and The Initiative for Equal Rights in Nigeria, released polling data about Nigerians’ awareness, perception, and levels of acceptance of the LGBT community in the country.