There was joy upon queer joy on display and a party atmosphere at the Naval Observatory.
June 29 2023 4:24 PM
Formerly the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, GLAAD is one of the most prominent media watchdog and advocacy organizations in the country for the LGBT community. Read the latest news about GLAAD and their work with different public figures, actors, and television networks, in order to improve the portrayals of LGBT characters and themes in the media. Find out about their latest facts, figures, and reports, which highlight the strengths and weaknesses of each network in their depictions of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender individuals.
Karine Jean-Pierre, Joel Kim Booster, Zooey Zephyr, Harvey Guillén, Mauree Turner, and more graced the stage last weekend for the ceremony honoring LGBTQ+ media representation.
It’s now okay to deadname and misgender trans people on the app, thanks to the free speech absolutist who banned people for insulting him.
A serious news show sinks to the bottom, an out editor sinks to DeSantis, and a network sinks to trans disinformation, and why isn't someone speaking out?
A GLAAD-led coalition and a group of Times contributors say the paper of record is full of transphobic pseudoscience.
Contestants from season 15 of RuPaul's Drag Race spoke with GLAAD about the effects of anti-drag protests and hatred fomented by the conservative right in America.
Some of the incidents were violent, and the largest number took place in Texas, according to an updated report by GLAAD.
A new study found that since Elon Musk acquired the social media platform, use of the false and hateful 'groomer' slur has increased exponentially on Twitter.
While the number of films with LGBTQ+ characters has increased year over year, the proportion of that representation and other data points have decreased slightly.
It's a time to highlight the challenges trans people face and what they've overcome -- and to participate in a national survey.
Landmark buildings, scores of celebrities, TV networks, and others will go purple to stand against bullying and for LGBTQ+ youth.
With more than 300 anti-LGBTQ+ bills introduced across the United States in 2022, advocates are urging queer people and their allies to vote.