Major League Baseball teams show support for LGBTQ youth, take a stand against bullying and send out messages to fans to inspire hope and support.
Twitter announced Tuesday that GLAAD was among the inaugural members of the Twitter Trust & Safety Council, a new part of Twitter's strategy to ensure that users feel safe expressing themselves on the platform.
Indiana Governor Mike Pence went on This Week with George Stephanopoulos to defend Indiana's so-called 'Religious Freedom Restoration Act', but info from GLAAD's Commentator Accountability Project demonstrated how much anti-LGBT animus was behind the law.
Today is Election Day, and people everywhere are headed to the polls.
On Spirit Day, millions go purple in a stand against bullying and to show their support for LGBT youth.
Last week HuffPost Gay Voices, a division of the Huffington Post, sent out a tweet asking for people who identify as bisexual to post photos of themselves and share with the world using the hashtag #WhatBiLooksLike.
Yesterday, Mashable, a leading source for digital news, information and resources, released a list of 10 LGBT-rights activists to follow on Twitter... and one of GLAAD's very own made the list!
Update: Shortly after this post was originally published, @McDonaldsCorp tweeted the following message: "