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GLAAD RELEASES THIRD ANNUAL 20 UNDER 20 LIST, SPOTLIGHTING YOUNG LGBTQ TRAILBLAZERS SHAPING THE FUTURE OF MEDIA & ACTIVISM

| September 28, 2022

GLAAD’s third annual 20 Under 20 list features a diverse collection of young changemakers, including actors Elva Guerra, and Milly Shapiro, Gen Z for Change Executive Director Aidan Kohn-Murphy, activists Jack Petocz and Olivia Julianna, among others

GLAAD’s 20 Under 20 list’s Official Sponsor is Delta

LAWMAKERS TO CONSIDER DANGEROUS BILL TO RESTRICT HEALTH CARE FOR TRANSGENDER YOUTH IN OKLAHOMA

| September 28, 2022


Lawmakers likely to take up vote on HB 1007, which would make Oklahoma the latest in a number of states passing measures to ban transgender youth from accessing best-practice health care


GLAAD RESPONDS TO WEEKEND OF VIOLENCE AGAINST LGBTQ PEOPLE AND YOUTH AS NEW IPSOS POLL SUGGESTS 2/3 OF REPUBLICANS SUPPORT DISCUSSION OF RACE, GENDER AND LGBTQ PEOPLE IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS

| September 26, 2022

GLAAD, the world's largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) media advocacy organization, condemns a wave of violence against the LGBTQ community across the country and calls for increased protections and support for LGBTQ people and youth, as new data reveals that a vast bipartisan majority of Americans, including 66% of Republicans support LGBTQ inclusion in public school curricula. 

GLAAD POINTS TO BOOK BANS AS JUST ONE ARM OF ORGANIZED NATIONAL ATTACK ON LGBTQ YOUTH AS NEW PEN AMERICA REPORT REVEALS NEARLY HALF OF BANNED BOOKS ARE TARGETED DUE TO LGBTQ CONTENT

| September 19, 2022

GLAAD, the world's largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) media advocacy organization and a member of the Banned Books Week coalition, is responding to new data about LGBTQ books under attack, and urges media covering Banned Books Week to include research on the larger story of book challenges as the latest method to target LGBTQ people and youth.

GLAAD Statement in Response to Delay of Respect for Marriage Act Vote

| September 15, 2022


(New York)  Today GLAAD, the world's largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) media advocacy organization, responded to the news that a vote on the Respect for Marriage Act will be postponed until after the midterm elections.

GLAAD President and CEO Sarah Kate Ellis responded below: