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The sultan of Brunei, a tiny nation that borders Malaysia, has begun imposing Sharia law, which will eventually sente
As the leading LGBT media advocacy organization, GLAAD recognizes individuals who through their work positively impact the LGBT movement. Anton Krasovsky, is one of those individuals.
Jin Xing is a highly acclaimed dancer and choreographer, a dance teacher, a television talk show host, a writer, a bar owner, a television guest judge, a mother, and a colonel in China's People's Liberation Army.
Jane Hill remembers a lack of gay women on British television, but she is helping to change all that.
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Pratibha Parmar's films empower women and LGBT people through telling the stories of being caught in the Asian diaspora, challenging neocolonialism and the settler gaze.
“Nobody deserves the hatred of anyone, based on sexual orientation and gender identity. I support the campaign against homophobia because it is a crime. It’s not just a crime against the LGBT community but the entire humanity.”
Manny de Guerre will be receiving the inaugural International Advocate for Change Award. De Guerre will presented the award by Maria Menounos at the 25th Annual GLAAD Media Awards.
In response to the Supreme Court’s decision to recriminalize LGBT relationships in India, Imran Kahn posted a video on YouTube answering common questions about the LGBT community posed in India. The questions included sometimes very naïve yet common questions such as: “Why do these gay people choose to be gay?"
Having appeared in well-known films 'Wuthering Heights' and 'Book of Blood' Sophie Ward has used her platform as a popular actress to raise awareness about family structures, body image, and suicide in LGBT communities.