“20/20” interview “adds another layer to America’s understanding of what it means to be transgender,” GLAAD’s Nick Adams says
Sony and Disney get failing grades for their 2014 film slates in LGBT advocacy group’s annual Studio Responsibility Index
52 comedy series and 83 drama series with regular portrayal of LGBT characters were considered this year, as opposed to 2005, when GLAAD could only...
TLC has come under intense scrutiny from activist groups, since announcing the project
TheWrap has candid conversations with TV’s power foursome Wentworth Miller, John Barrowman, Andy Mientus, Sean Maher and prominent Hollywood stars about the industry’s new era...
65 of the network’s 89 regular characters are non-Latino whites and none of them are gay, lesbian, transgender or bisexual, according to GLAAD study
HBO also scores high on GLAAD’s annual Network Responsibility Index
The civil rights organization’s yearly survey failed Paramount and Warner Bros. for “including only minor and offensive portrayals of LGBT people”
Director Brett Ratner, TV's "Smash" and "The Amazing Race," and docu "How to Survive a Plague" are honored in N.Y. ceremony
National Geographic Channel has a new show with the scouts, a group GLAAD says is still anti-gay
GLAAD released its complete list of nominees on its website Wednesday
CBS says its "commitment to diversity is unwavering"
Former 'Seinfeld' star Jason Alexander came under fire after making remarks on CBS's "Late Late Show"
“The Voice” host joked that gay passengers would not have been able to handle a JetBlue pilot’s meltdown
Lady Gaga, the movie “Pariah” and HBO’s ‘Cinema Verite” are among the winners at the GLAAD Media Awards in New York
“If you’re gay or straight, your voice matters,” controversial CNN commentator Roland Martin says
“Rush Hour” director Brett Ratner will work with GLAAD on video campaign after making gay slurs that cost him his Oscar producing gig
Suspended CNN analyst says he looks forward to working with group
"Roland Martin's tweets were regrettable and offensive"
Weeks after running SOPA and PIPA into the ground, the power of Facebook and Twitter was on display again this week
The American Family Association’s “One Million Moms” is angry at JC Penney for hiring the openly lesbian Ellen DeGeneres as a spokeswoman
On Thursday’s episode the comedian’s onscreen character apologizes to Glad trash bag manufacturers for a homophobic routine
“Beginners,” “The Voice” and Frank Bruni also vying for hardware
GLAAD and HRC will also meet with network executives to discuss the sitcom
Rights groups claim series could be harmful to transgendered people
“How I Met Your Mother” star begs forgiveness after on-air slur
Celebs speak out in new "Amplify Your Voice" campaign against anti-LGBT bullying
According to annual GLAAD study, there are only five regular characters with disabilities on broadcast networks this TV season