Major Spike In Number Of LGBTQ Characters On Broadcast TV, Report FindsMore than 8 percent of all series regulars on scripted broadcast shows in 2018 identify as LGBTQ.
Diversity Report: Gay Characters Hit Record High On Network TVA record number of gay characters are featured on broadcast series, but small-screen shows overall can be deadly for the female ones, according to a study released Thursday.
Hollywood Celebs Step Up Protests Against Hotels Owned By Anti-Gay Sultan Hollywood stars are taking advantage of awards season to take a stand against hotels owned by the anti-gay Sultan of Brunei.
Go Purple With CBS, Take A Stand Against Bullying On 'Spirit Day'CBS Radio is proud to join with other CBS Corporation divisions in supporting "Spirit Day" on Thursday, Oct. 17, to help take a stand against bullying of LGBT youth.
Clinton Honored At GLAAD Awards As 'Advocate For Change'Former President Bill Clinton was given the first advocate for change award during the 24th annual GLAAD Awards held on Saturday evening in Los Angeles.
GLAAD Calls For Simmonds To Apologize After Anti-Gay Slur The Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation is calling for Philadelphia Flyers forward Wayne Simmonds to apologize for a slur he appeared to utter toward Sean Avery of the New York Rangers
Kobe, 4 Lakers Debut PSA Promoting Respecting Our DifferencesThe Los Angeles Lakers have debuted a public-service announcement at Staples Center in response to Kobe Bryant's anti-gay slur during a game last week.
Lakers To Work With GLAAD On Fighting Gay SlursThe Los Angeles Lakers say they'll work with the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation on ways to keep anti-gay slurs out of basketball.
GLAAD Announces Nominees For 22nd Annual Media AwardsThe Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation is honoring movies, musicians TV shows and other media properties that offer fair and inclusive representations of the gay community.
GLAAD Celebrates 25th AnniversaryGLAAD is happy to be turning 25 years old.
GLAAD Happy To Report TV Has More Gays In Prime-time The number of gay and bisexual characters on scripted broadcast network TV has risen slightly this season to 23 out of a total of nearly 600 roles, according to the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation.