Transgender actors have a message for Hollywood and have taken part in a video to spread the word and equality. In a video written by actress/writer Jen Richards, a number of actors — Alexandra Billings (Transparent), D'Lo (Sense8),Show More Summary
This article originally appeared in Vulture. In 2015, GLAAD made a supercut of homophobic and transphobic jokes from recent studio films. Most were from mainstream comedies’—like Horrible Bosses, Pain & Gain, and The Other Woman—attempts...Show More Summary
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In 2015, GLAAD made a supercut of homophobic and transphobic jokes from recent studio films. Most were from mainstream comedies’ — like Horrible Bosses, Pain & Gain, and The Other Woman — attempts at humor that aren’t so much offensive at this point as they are boring clichés.If lesbian characters ... More »
MNDR and Scissor Sisters have teamed up for a new song called "SWERLK" in honor of Pride Month. The song was released in conjunction with GLAAD and proceeds from the single will go towards the Contigo Fund, which offers financial support to the communities affected by the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando, which happened just…
“SWERLK?” No, that’s not a typo. It is, however, the latest musical collaboration from MNDR and Scissor Sisters, released today by GLAAD and the Huffington Post. The brainchild of two LGBT-friendly music powerhouses, “SWERLK” is a track that aims to foster unity and honor the 49 lives lost in last year’s Pulse Nightclub shooting. The... Read more »
Via press release from GLAAD: Today MNDR and Scissor Sisters release a charity single called “SWERLK.” Proceeds from the single will go to Contigo Fund, which emerged from the Pulse mass shooting and offers financial support to organizations...Show More Summary
"[This is proof of] why she was the wrong choice to lead our nation's education system," says GLAAD President and CEO Sarah Kate Ellis.
GLAAD released their 2017 Studio Responsibility Index, in which they rate Hollywood on its representation of the LGBT community in all the films released in 2016. Sadly, no studio did well, as the majority of wide release films featured "LGBTQ characters who lack substance and are often treated only as a punchline, a dangerous message which [...]
GLAAD’s index of representation of LGBTs in mainstream movies shows that studios prefer to ignore or insult LGBT people, rather than produce rounded, complex characters.
LOS ANGELES — Hollywood keeps getting it wrong when it comes to diverse and accurate portrayals of LGBTQ communities in film. A study released Thursday by LGBTQ media advocacy organization GLAAD finds that lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer people are “nearly invisible or outdated...
The latest Studio Responsibility Index shows only a marginal increase in LGBT roles, which need massive improvements in their quality.
Report says LGBTQ portrayals increased slightly in 2016, but many weren't positive.
GLAAD has released its annual Studio Responsibility Index
A new report released today by GLAAD indicates that in 2016, major movie studios still did a crappy job at LGBTQ representation, with just 18.4 percent of the 125 releases featuring characters that were identified as such. While that’s...Show More Summary
A new GLAAD report finds LGBTQ people are "nearly invisible or outdated punchlines in big Hollywood movies."
The much-touted “exclusively gay moment” in the Beauty and the Beast remake was not enough to prevent Disney from getting a failing grade in GLAAD’s annual report on LGBTQ representation in Hollywood. Of the seven movie studios withShow More Summary
"Everyone can change if you just listen."
The exonerated lesbian subjects of Southwest of Salem, who were falsely imprisoned for child rape, delivered an emotional acceptance speech after the film won Outstanding Documentary.
GLAAD honored Messing with the "Excellence in Media Award" in Manhattan Saturday.