The San Diego Press Club will be hosting its first-ever panel discussion addressing the media coverage of the LGBT community, with GLAAD's own Monica Trasandes as a featured panelist.
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This is a guest post by Adrienne Williams, the founder of Bi Social Network and a participant in GLAAD National Media Institute for People of Color, in honor of Celebrate Bisexuality Day.
Brian & Anton, a loving and committed binational gay couple from Philadelphia who faced the threat of Anton's deportation on Valentine's Day, are essentially back at square one.
GLAAD talks to actress Laverne Cox about her experience as a transgender woman of color in the entertainment industry.
This Tuesday through Sunday, September 20-25, the National Black Justice Coalition will hold their second annual OUT on the Hill Black LGBT Leadership Summit in Washington, D.C.
America's Next Top Model transgender contestant, Isis King, sounds off on People.com about landing the winning photo of the week.
New Jersey state Assembly Speaker Sheila Oliver and Newark Mayor Cory Booker on Wednesday criticized Gov.
Joseph Tolton and Frank Mugisha: "Exactly one year ago, David Kato, a longtime advocate and friend, was bludgeoned to death in his home in the middle of the day. He was murdered just days after he had won a court case against a Ugandan newspaper that had published his photo -- along with those of 99 other alleged supporters of [LGBT] equality..."
On Thursday, Balbir Krishan, a gay Indian artist, was attacked during an exhibition of his works which feature LGBT images. One of Krishan's works was destroyed, and he was assaulted both physically and verbally by the attacker.
Just three weeks after 18-year-old Tayshana Murphy, a high school basketball star, was murdered in her Harlem, N.Y.
A gay Indonesian man fighting to remain in the U.S.