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O’Reilly Targets Colorado’s Gay House Speaker, Suggests He’s Protecting Child Molesters

Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly is targeting the first openly-gay House Speaker in Colorado, Mark Ferrandino, for opposing a bill instituting mandatory sentences for sexual predators who target kids, implying that the Speaker is protecting child rapists and stonewalling the measure to exert retribution for the GOP’s decision to block a civil unions bill.

Think Progress LGBT
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March 4, 2013
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Acceptance of an Openly Gay Athlete Becomes More Mainstream on Sports Television

A recent episode of Outside the Lines showcases the fact that acceptance for openly LGBT athletes is becoming mainstream.

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The GLAAD Wrap: David Mixner Biopic, Bianca Returns for 'All My Children' web series, Jane Lynch and Sean Hayes Team Up

Each week The GLAAD Wrap brings you LGBT-related entertainment news highlights, fresh stuff to watch out for, and fun diversions to help you kick off the weekend.
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March 1, 2013

Dr. Jim Sears from CBS's The Doctors apologizes for Coy Mathis comments

Dr. Jim Sears ('Dr. Jim' on CBS's The Doctors) has apologized for comments he made while part of a panel on CNN Tuesday, discussing the story of six-year-old Coy Mathis - the Colorado first-grader whose family has filed a Civil Rights case to force her school to let her use the correct bathroom.

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March 1, 2013

Sharing the story of Coy Mathis and family - the true work of GLAAD

How GLAAD's Director of News and Field Media was inspired by the story of the Mathis family, and the role stories like this play in our culture.

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February 28, 2013

ABC Studios Developing Miniseries Based on GLAAD Media Award and Academy Award-Nominated Documentary 'How to Survive a Plague'

How to Survive a Plague filmmaker David France is currently working with ABC Studios to develop a miniseries based on his documentary, which will take a deeper look at the personal stories behind the HIV/AIDS advocacy movements of the 1980s.

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Love is what makes a family

Just last week, Puerto Rico’s Supreme Court upheld a law that prohibits joint adoption by gay couples. In a 5-4 decision, the court said a woman could not adopt a 12-year-old girl whom her longtime partner conceived through in vitro fertilization. In the majority opinion the court stated a family composed of a mother and father is best for a child’s “dignity, stability and well-being.”
NBClatino.com
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February 27, 2013

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