Tomorrow The Daily Beast in co-operation with GLAAD and other leading LGBT advocate groups and organizations will host an unprecedented gathering entitled "Quorum: Global LGBT Voices".
PHOTOS: Laverne Cox, cast of MTV and Logo TV's "The T Word" join GLAAD to light Empire State Building for #spiritday
This morning, Emmy-nominated actress Laverne Cox kicked off Spirit Day by turning New York City purple from the Empire State Building, the world's most famous office building.
Today, advocates are joining the family of Lateisha Green, a transgender woman of color who was murdered in Syracuse in 2008, at the New York Court of Appeals in Albany for a hearing on whether to reinstate the hate crime conviction against her alleged killer, Dwight DeLee.
To celebrate National Coming Out Day tomorrow, the Brooklyn-based band Great Caesar is going to play 10 concerts in 11 hours across New York City.
This is the first time that the world's most famous office building will go purple in support of LGBT youth for Spirit Day.
According to local news reports and the New York City Anti-Violence Project, an LGBT-identified person was chased and shot at while walking with a friend in the Bushwick neighborhood of Brooklyn on Saturday.
Bisexual people tell their stories at Stonewall for #BiWeek
GLAAD interviewed bisexual people about what it means to be bisexual at the iconic Stonewall Inn.
Special thanks to BiRequest!
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From September 21-27, join GLAAD in recognizing the bisexual community for Bisexual Awareness Week, including Celebrate Bisexuality Day on September 23.
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If the facts are laid out so clearly, why does Mick Huckabee and Fox News ignore them?