Netflix, HBO Max and the Hallmark Channel all received nods for championing LGBTQ representation onscreen.
According to the 2021 “Where We Are on TV” report, production delays on “Euphoria,” “The L Word” and other shows led to an inclusivity decline.
The 2020 "Studio Responsibility Index" revealed an absence of transgender lives on the big screen and declining representation of queer people of color.
It all started when the "Harry Potter" author took issue with the phrase "people who menstruate.”
The two stars will be feted at the 2020 GLAAD Media Awards in Los Angeles this spring.
The fast food chain pledged to shift its philanthropic focus to education and homelessness. GLAAD is pushing for "further transparency."
The 2019 "Where We Are on TV" report finds inclusive shows like "Pose" and "Schitt's Creek" have made a powerful impact.
Ariana Grande and the Jonas Brothers' trusted collaborator marked Spirit Day with their third benefit concert for GLAAD.
Levy recalled how his coming out struggles spurred his Hollywood career in an emotional GLAAD speech.
Human Rights Campaign, ACLU told GLAAD to quit its “dangerous” push for an LGBTQ constitutional amendment.