This week Logo announced a new web series spotlighting transgender youth, hosted by trans model Geena Rocero.
Logo TV announced the nominees for the "New Now Next Awards" this morning and fan voting is open now! Several LGBT artists, inclusive films and TV series picked up nominations.
Viacom -- its channels including MTV, Logo, and VH1 -- and stars like Laverne Cox will show their support for LGBT youth on Spirit Day, with the help of groundbreaking advocates Edie Windsor and Roberta Kaplan this Thursday. It will be hard to miss Viacom's "spirit" on October 16.
This is the first time that the world's most famous office building will go purple in support of LGBT youth for Spirit Day.
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.
From her endless amount of tweets asserting her support of the LGBT community, to her beautiful portrayal of a lesbian character on FOX's hit show Glee, pop sensation Demi Lovato has never failed to stand up as a loud and proud ally- but her new music video for "Really Don't Care," released today, is the ultimate display of support and love.
In honor of the year anniversary of DOMA (the Defense of Marriage Act)'s repeal, Bill Clinton will celebrate Edie Windsor and Roberta Kaplan during Logo TV's star-studded Trailblazers event.
Orange Is the New Black star and GLAAD Media Award honoree Laverne Cox will executive produce and host an upcoming documentary on transgender youth, as reported by BuzzFeed.
Many of the largest television stations in the country have gone purple this Spirit Day in order to take a stand against bullying and support LGBT youth.