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Beyoncé and Jay Z to be honored by GLAAD with the Vanguard Award for their LGBT advocacy

Beyoncé and Jay Z are to be honored by GLAAD for their LGBT advocacy work. The LGBT media organization announced that the two superstars have won the Vanguard Award. The

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“We Must Recognise That Our Words Have Power.” Pamela Adie Offers Lessons To Be Learned From The Kevin Hart Oscar Mess | GLAAD Hoped It Would Be A “Teachable Moment”

Following Kevin Hart’s stepdown from being an Oscar host for the 2019 Academy Awards, an incidence that came after homophobic social media postings Hart made nearly a decade ago were

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Jay Z to Receive Special GLAAD Awards Recognition For Song, ‘Smile’, Which Honours Lesbian Mother

Jay Z’s 4:44 album has received some major nods on the award show circuit. Leading the pack at the 2018 Grammy Awards with 8 nominations, the rapper now has another

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The ‘Drop The T’ Petition and how the LGBT is reacting to it

The 850 people who signed a petition on Change.org asking several major LGBT organizations and publications to cut ties with trans people and issues, now have their response from two

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New GLAAD Video Highlights Homophobia In Hollywood

The charity has released an online video campaign to highlight the unfair treatment of LGBT characters in major Hollywood films. Titled ‘Hollywood Must Do Better,’ the two and a half

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“We can’t let minorities be pitted against each other.” – Kerry Washington

Scandal star Kerry Washington delivered a powerful speech on what it means to be ‘other’, while accepting an award from GLAAD. The actress was honoured with the Vanguard Award at

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Former members of the Gay Conversion Therapy Movement Apologize

Previously published on time.com Former members of organizations that advocated therapy to “cure” homosexuality have joined LGBT groups in rejecting the concept. Yvette Schneider spent a little over a decade