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GLAAD AND EQUALITY FLORIDA RESPOND TO PASSAGE OF ANTI-TRANSGENDER SPORTS BILL BY GOVERNOR RON DESANTIS

| June 1, 2021

GLAAD: “Not only did DeSantis sign this bill on the first day of Pride month but did so as the LGBTQ community is set to mark five years since the massacre at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando next week. Laws like this send messages that make LGBTQ people less safe, including children. Every child needs to hear the message that you belong, sports are for everyone, and everyone wins when everyone is included.”

GLAAD LAUNCHES SECOND ANNUAL “PRIDE UNBOXED” INITIATIVE TO CELEBRATE PRIDE MONTH

| May 20, 2021

Contact:
Spencer Harvey
Communications Manager, GLAAD
sharvey@glaad.org

Presented by Porte, the “Pride Unboxed” gift set contains 20 products and special gifts from LGBTQ-inclusive partners such as Google, Samuel Adams, Sally Hansen, Entertainment Weekly, Teletubbies, BIC, Audible, Tinder, Pop-Tarts, and more

Joint Statement from GLAAD and Athlete Ally in response to NCAA championships in states with anti-trans sports bans

| May 17, 2021

 

(New York, NY) — Athlete Ally and GLAAD responded today to news that NCAA Division 1 Softball championship sites for 2021 include schools in states with transgender athlete bans. This coincides with news that Division 1 Baseball regionals and super regionals potential sites also include states which have passed transgender athlete bans.

P&G AND GLAAD ANNOUNCE "THE VISIBILITY PROJECT" AND RELEASE NEW RESEARCH TO ADVANCE LGBTQ VISIBILITY IN ADVERTISING

| May 12, 2021

 

P&G commits more than $1 million over three years and partners with GLAAD to bring together brands and agencies working to advance LGBTQ inclusion in advertising

New GLAAD and P&G study of 200 senior marketing and advertising professionals finds executives recognize LGBTQ inclusion as a force for positive social change, yet concerns exist around response from LGBTQ community if representation is not authentic

GLAAD RESPONDS TO VOTE TO REMOVE REP. LIZ CHENEY FROM LEADERSHIP POST IN THE U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

| May 12, 2021


The truth should never be a partisan issue. Facts are facts, and the fact is that Congress must return to the people's business fighting COVID-19, passing laws to ensure fair ballot access for all Americans, and sending the Equality Act to the President’s desk. Misinformation is a disease decaying our democracy. GLAAD is urgently calling on Congress to speak out for truth and safety, to insist social media companies stop the spread of misinformation, and truly put Americans' needs first.”