The Sunday night talk show hosted by Indian actor Aamir Khan changed number of minds of people regarding gays.
VIDEO: Laverne Cox lights the Empire State Building purple for #spiritday
The Emmy-nominated actress Laverne Cox lit the iconic Empire State Building purple for Spirit Day. This is the first time that the world's most famous office building went purple for Spirit Day in a stand against bullying.
MSNBC took part in Spirit Day all day long with on-air segments dedicated to Spirit Day in addition to a popular Twitter chat with GLAAD's President, several articles, and op-eds.
VIDEO: LGBT youth share stories with GLAAD about being bullied
The Hetrick-Martin Institute is a nonprofit organization that serves the needs of LGBT youth. GLAAD visited its location in downtown New York City and interviewed LGBT young people about being bullied. They shared their experiences with bullying and how bullying has affected their lives. Watch the video below and see their personal stories:
Even after sixteen years, the name and story of Matthew Shepard, carved into American history and whose murder represented a watershed moment that forever changed the conversation about the LGBT experience, not only still resonates but also continues to have impact.
GLAAD interviewed Charleston County Councilwoman Colleen Condon minutes after Colleen and her fiancee Nichols Bleckley filled out a marriage license form and pay their $70 fee and received the first same sex marriage license to be granted in Charleston County.
During the 11th annual Advertising Week, GLAAD, Omnicom Group, and Ketel One Vodka presented AMPLIFIED: LGBT Voices in Advertising to celebrate this year's groundbreaking LGBT-inclusive advertising at the Microsoft Stage in Times Square.
After a transgender girl was disciplined and fined by her teachers for wearing a skirt to school in Brazil, her fellow classmates wore skirts to protest and support her.