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This morning the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences announced its 2012 Primetime Emmys nominees and included several nods for inclusive series and characters, as well as out LGBT actors.
The Advocate recently ran an op-ed written by a former Mormon Bishop, Kevin Kloosterman, in which he describes how the Bravo hit series Queer Eye for the Straight Guy changed his perception about LGBT people.
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Kirk Cameron’s Growing Pains co-star Tracey Gold was on the stage at the 23rd GLAAD Media Awards in New York and took the opportunity to speak out in support of equality.
Last night Dancing with the Stars contestant Carson Kressley brought home a GLAAD Media Award in the Outstanding Reality Program Category. Broadway and television star Cheyenne Jackson along with The Jersey Shore’s Vinny Guadagnino took the stage to present the category.
Openly gay celebrity stylist, author, fashion designer, and Emmy winner, Carson Kressley, was among the fan favorites on this season of Dancing with the Stars, but he was unfortunately voted off in this week’s fifth elimination episode. All the same, the positive impact Carson’s presence has made for LGBT visibility in the media should be acknowledged and celebrated.
The highly anticipated season of ABC's Dancing With the Stars took place last night, and Chaz Bono and Carson Kressley didn't disappoint in their debut performances.
Attention, New Yorkers: It's not too late to make plans for this afternoon to see a fantastic documentary at the
In commemoration of the 40th anniversary of Stonewall, GLAAD is proud to co-present two programs at the