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ABC stars Sara Ramirez, Jessica Capshaw, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Jeff Perry and Kerry Washington and others show their support for LGBT youth on #SpiritDay
GLAAD today released its two annual television reports – the 7th annual Network Responsibility Index (NRI) and the 18th annual Where We Are on TV Report. These reports map the quantity, quality, and diversity of images of LGBT people on television.
Stars and producers of several of ABC Network’s top shows will be going purple for Spirit Day this Friday, October 19 to show their support for LGBT youth and take a stand against bullying.
In a New York Times story about MSNBC anchor Thomas Roberts' wedding with husband Patrick Abner, ABC News weather editor and Good Morning America weather anchor Sam Champion announced his own engagement to photographer Rubem Robierb
On Saturday, the New York Times highlighted the LGBT-inclusive ministry at Rivers at Rehoboth, a Harlem-based congregation in New York City, in its article “A Rare Haven for Gay Men and Lesbians in Harlem.” The congregation, which is formed as the merger of Rivers of Living Faith and Rehoboth Temple, has its roots in the Black church tradition, while maintaining an active outreach to the Black LGBT population.
Yesterday, NBC/Wall Street Journal released a poll showing that the majority of Americans say President Obama’s support for marriage equality will not affect their vote. The poll also matches one from ABC News/Washington Post released today. In finding that a majority of Americans believe marriage should be legal for all couples in their states.
This week in New York, the five major broadcast networks previewed their upcoming fall seasons for advertisers, and gave us all an idea of what the 2012-2013 broadcast television season will look like. Though it’s still early, we already know of several new shows LGBT viewers should definitely look forward to.
"Work It" just didn’t work. ABC has canceled the series “Work It” after only two episodes.
ABC's new show about straight men dressing as women to get jobs comes during a period in which the transgender community now routinely finds itself in the cultural crosshairs, the timing couldn’t be worse for a show based on the notion that men dressed as women is inherently funny. In fact, shows like this have the power to put the transgender community in an even more dangerous position.