The small screen. Talk shows, reality TV, sitcoms, soaps, prime-time drama, early-morning news, animation, etc.
Broadway's stars have collaborated on a series that address the hardships of LGBT youth, and the results are pretty awesome. Oh, did I mention it's a musical?
This Sunday: OWN premieres "Bridegroom" and an "Oprah's Next Chapter" featuring out actors; Special "Bridegroom" screening, Q&A at Chicago's Wrigley Field
Tucker Carlson, best known as a Fox News commentator and former bow-tie enthusiast, managed to attack Media Matters, the group's founder, the gay community, and Hillary Clinton, in one fell swoop. It was as efficient as it was offensive.
Panel on LGBT TV characters featuring Wilson Cruz, Laverne Cox, Dan Bucatinsky, Andrew Rannells, Sherri Saum, Amber Tamblyn
On Monday, October 28 the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences will be hosting a panel in Los Angeles about the state of LGBT representation on television ten years after the publication of Stephen Tropiano's book The Prime Time Closet: A History of Gays and Lesbians on TV. RSVP now.
The Phoenix Coyotes and the You Can Play project posted a video to their official Instagram for Spirit Day, October 17.
Yesterday I had the opportunity to stop by the Lifetime offices during Spirit Day and was overwhelmed by the support and dedication from the staff during the anti-bullying initiative. The whole staff was wearing purple!