FiveFilms4Freedom, the world’s largest digital LGBTQ film festival, screens on October 20 in LA as part of a bi-coastal LGBTQ History Month celebration by GLAAD and the British Council.
The Suburbia tour kicked off this week and each tour stop will empower fans to send a message in support of LGBTQ-inclusive curriculum in schools.
The Google Expeditions LGBT New York City History tour reveals challenges the LGBTQ community has faced and helps to ignite meaningful classroom dialogue.
Join GLAAD and the British Council at a screening of Five Films for Freedom, the world's first and largest digital LGBT film festival on October 19 in New York City.
From her breakout role in "Transparent" to upcoming appearances on "Code Black," "Chicago Med," and "Drunk History," you'll be seeing Alexandra Grey everywhere!
Check out Ditch the Label, one of the largest anti-bullying charities in the world. They provide instant advice directly through their website and have hundreds of guides, articles and interviews freely available, along with opportunities to speak with trained mentors and to ask questions to a wider community of likeminded people
Four years after surviving an execution-style shooting and sexual assault, Kristene Chapa has received a verdict in the trial of her alleged attacker
GLAAD takes a look at a few influential bi+ advocates accelerating acceptance today.
Frameline releases anti-bullying, gender expansive and racially inclusive educational film collection to make schools safer for LGBTQ youth.