GLAAD Media Award Nominees: ‘The Fosters,’ ‘HTGAWM’ ‘The Normal Heart’ ‘Looking’ and More!

Earlier today, GLAAD, the nation’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) media advocacy organization, released the list of nominees for its 26th Annual GLAAD Media Awards. The awards, once voted upon, will be announced at the Los Angeles Awards on March 21st and the New York Awards on May 9th.  In the motion picture category, nominees […]

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2014: What A Year: Wilson Cruz

Wilson Cruz has been a regular face for GLAAD as national spokesperson who spread the word on LGBT representation in the media. He has regularly turned up on every news show and at various events to explain (over and over, unfortunately) why still need a group like GLAAD in the 21st Century. But, 2014 was also the […]

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GLAAD Releases Third Annual ‘Trans Images On TV’ Report, Celebrates Transgender Day Of Remembrance

Earlier this week, GLAAD released its third annual report on images of transgender characters on television. The Trans Images On TV report looks over the last year and the news is definitely good. Here is the general overview of the report, according to GLAAD. For the first time, there were no episodes in which trans […]

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GLAAD’s ‘Where We Are On TV’ Report: 5 Things We Know About LGBT Representation

Recently, I talked with a group of television showrunners to find out how they approach LGBT characters and storylines. Producers Marlene King (“Pretty Little Liars“), David Goyer (“Da Vinci’s Demons,” “Constantine”), Hart Hanson (“Bones,” “Backstrom”), Jill Soloway (“Transparent”), Carter Covington (“Faking It“), Bradley Bredeweg (“The Fosters“) and Caroline Dries (“The Vampire Diaries“) all had much to […]

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The Blend: Lisa Ling Looks Back At Trans Subjects, Laverne Cox Returns To ‘Katie’ And Equality In ‘The Case Against 8’

“Our America With Lisa Ling:” In tonight’s episode, Ling revisits some of the transgender subjects she first talked to three years ago including Ty, who went down a dark path of excessive partying, and the family who are accepting their child being trans. As always, Ling shows as many sides of the subject as possible […]

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