Superstars, advocates, and out trailblazers celebrated the progress of LGBT depictions in media and offered words of encouragement in the continuing battle for equality at the 25th annual GLAAD Media Awards in Los Angeles.
In The Survivor Diaries, which airs tonight at 10 Eastern on CNN, the out journalist shares the story of Adrianne Haslet-Davis, a young dancer who lost her leg in last year's bombing.
In an open letter castigating Mississippi's governor, MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry set the record straight about what the state's Religious Freedom Restoration Act means for LGBT Mississippians.
Tracy Baim, a major figure in Chicago LGBT media for 30 years, will receive the award from the Chicago Headline Club in May.
"I got no beef," said the CNN anchor appeared on The Howard Stern Show, regarding allegations that he remains hostile toward Baldwin.
The taxpayer-funded report, released yesterday, repeatedly references a sexual relationship between New Jersey governor Chris Christie's ex-campaign manager and his former deputy chief of staff.
Since Nate Silver's FiveThirtyEight landed at ESPN, New York Times columnist Paul Krugman has written more 'unfavorable' stories about the site and its founder, says Silver.
David Elliott of WLOX in Biloxi says LGBT folks should 'go on gaycation' and stop dominating the news cycle.
Despite a shift to other terminology by most news outlets, Fox persists in its use of 'homosexual' when covering stories about gays and lesbians.
Franklin Graham further voiced his support of Russia's 'gay propaganda' law, which he said protects children from exploitation by gays and lesbians.