Today, GLAAD released "Out of the Closet: Onward to Victory," a graphic that celebrates lesbian, trans, bi, and gay athletes whose visibility has furthered equality.
After speaking to the media about Michael Sam's coming out, Wade Davis has penned an op-ed for Ebony.com, in which he talks about how both Sam and NBA player Jason Collins have broken the stereotypes that we have about the African-American community, as well as the LGBT community.
Every year, Black History Month recognizes the accomplishments, journeys, and contributions of African Americans throughout history.
Jason Collins, openly gay advocate and professional athlete, will be among the first lady's guests at tomorrow's State of the Union address.
"In 2013, the world searched for…", the ad begins. What the people of the world found was "new beginnings," and "inspiration," in the form of the LGBT community, its milestones, and its allies.
Last week, GLAAD's own Wilson Cruz moderated a special panel held at Creative Artist Agency (CAA) headquarters in Los Angeles addressing the entertainment industry's role in telling the stories of LGBT people.
Who's got spirit for Spirit Day? MLB, MLS, NBA, WNBA, NFL, NHL, UFC, and WWE, that's who.