Posts by Spencer Harvey, Communications & Campaigns Coordinator

GLAAD and Procter & Gamble study: Seeing LGBTQ images in media and ads relates to greater acceptance of LGBTQ people

GLAAD and Procter & Gamble (P&G), the world’s largest advertiser, released the findings from the first-ever “LGBTQ Inclusion in Advertising and Media” study, which measures how non-LGBTQ Americans respond to LGBTQ representation in television, films, and ads.

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Yuval David recovered from COVID-19 but is turned away from donating plasma in NYC

CBS New York ran a segment highlighting the story of Yuval David, a gay actor, filmmaker, and advocate in New York who was turned away from donating plasma after recovering from COVID-19 in March.

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GLAAD's "Together in Pride: You Are Not Alone" highlights the LGBTQ response to COVID-19 and raises over $225,000 for CenterLink and local LGBTQ centers

“Together in Pride: You are Not Alone”, hosted by Billy Eichner and Lilly Singh, brought the LGBTQ community together with messages of acceptance and honored LGBTQ heroes providing direct services during COVID-19. The event raised an initial donation of over $225,000 for the LGBTQ community centers that are members of CenterLink.

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GLAAD calls out FDA for "working to commence a pilot study" to end ban on blood and plasma from gay and bi men

Today, GLAAD responded after Good Morning America reported that the FDA responded to public calls to lift the ban on gay and bisexual men, and other LGBTQ people, from donating blood.

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GLAAD & Little Bee Books' children's title, Prince & Knight, named 5th most challenged book of the year according to American Library Association's annual list

GLAAD today announced that its children's book, Prince & Knight, written by Daniel Haack and illustrated by Stevie Lewis, and published in partnership with Little Bee Books, was the 5th most challenged book of 2019, according to the American Library Assocation’s Top 10 Most Challenged Books list published today.

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