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Pop sensation Demi Lovato's new music video for "Really Don't Care," released last week, is the ultimate display of support and love for the LGBT community.
Yesterday, Orange is the New Black star, Laverne Cox, served as a Grand Marshal in New York City's 2014 Pride Parade, marking the 45th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, along with the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force’s Executive Director, Rea Carey, and “Frozen” star, Jonathan Groff.
On Sunday, the iconic Pride March in New York City and its 14,000+ participants were led, in an historic first, by Boy Scouts members and leaders.
New York Liberty Women's basketball team celebrates pride tonight, just two days before NYC Pride march, the NY Liberty invites fans to celebrate diversity, pride and equality in sports.
GLAAD's #PridePortraits campaign on Instagram will give three lucky Instagrammers exclusive access to NYC Pride, including a special performance by multi-platinum selling artist Demi Lovato. Be sure to follow these users on Instagram for a special behind-the-scenes peek of all the action from NYC Pride this Sunday!
GLAAD appreciates all of you who have participated in our #PridePortraits campaign! We've compiled some of them here and encourage you to take a look.
In a historic first, New York-area Boy Scouts will be among the groups leading 14,000 people down Manhattan's 5th Avenue on Sunday at the 44th Annual NYC Pride March, where they will speak out against the Boy Scouts of America's discriminatory ban on gay adults.
Take a look at how Google has supported equality in the past, and how they're doing it now for LGBT Pride Month!
NYC Pride released its Pride Guide this week and among those featured was GLAAD's Vice President of Communications Rich Ferraro.
Superstar singer and actress Demi Lovato will be performing at LA Pride on June 8 and NYC Pride's Dance on the Pier on June 29, as well as joining the LA Pride Parade as Grand Marshal.