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Laverne Cox is an American actress on the hit Netflix series Orange is the New Black. Cox has made history as being the first openly transgender person to be nominated for a Primetime Emmy award in an acting role and to be on the cover of Time magazine. Laverne Cox is at the forefront of the transgender movement, and is a hero in the LGBT community. In 2014 Laverne Cox was honored by GLAAD with the Stephen F. Kolzak award for her work as an advocate for the transgender community.
Paris Barclay directed the reading of Larry Kramer's play about HIV and AIDS that stars Sterling K. Brown, Laverne Cox, and Jake Borelli.
The documentary series deals with the Fourteenth Amendment's impact on voting rights, desegregation, marriage equality, and more.
The Emmy-nominated actress chats with The Advocate about how the film that confronts assault doesn't let anyone off the hook.
She and her friend were approached by a man who asked "Guy or girl?" and then began hitting Cox's friend.
Director Ryan White discusses decades of queer visibility (and invisibility) chronicled on the Apple TV+ docuseries Visible: Out on Television.
The transgender icon reminded the audience at the Outfest Legacy Awards why loving representation matters in a world divided by hate.
The Advocate kicked off Pride season Friday with a star-studded event at Los Angeles's Beverly Center, honoring top LGBT leaders from around the country.
Kevin Williamson's departure sparked a hard conversation on diversity among The Atlantic's staff, led by Jeffrey Goldberg and Ta-Nehisi Coates.
The actress and activist addressed the lack of quality health care for trans women and Trump's attempt to end antidiscrimination protections.
As celebrities cry "protect trans kids," CBS pulls the only show on network television to feature a transgender series regular, Laverne Cox.