None of the social media platforms received a score above 48 percent, GLAAD's 2022 safety index found.
As Amy Schneider continues to be a dominant force on "Jeopardy!" she has received special recognition from LGBTQ advocacy group GLAAD's Media Awards.
The comedian says he's sticking with television shows for now out of concern that a stand-up special would draw politically correct blow back.
We've assembled a team of LGBTQ+ citizen journalists in Tehran, Kabul, Beirut and around the region and world to tell human stories about the realities of being gay in parts of the world that liberals and corporations have left behind.
Dave Chappelle has been criticized by many for recent jokes about transgender people, but he's included such material in his act for years.
Transgender employees at the streaming giant are leading a walkout in protest of Dave Chappelle's new special and comments made by CEO Ted Sarandos.
The disgraced rapper met with Black leaders from nine HIV organizations to discuss HIV facts and share personal stories of living with the virus.
The group's letter to Kellogg's calls homosexuality "a very dangerous and unhealthy lifestyle... that leads to a very sad and devastating life."
"Our poll shows LGBTQ people want leadership from elected officials and companies to speak out and take action for equality and against these discriminatory bills," GLAAD's president said.
When the company revealed plans of the more gender-neutral "Potato Head world," outraged critics said it was being overly politically correct.
Republicans argue that the Equality Act is an attack on religious freedom and cisgender women's spaces.
Two new cast members will depict a non-binary and a transgender character in the next season of 'Star Trek: Discovery.'
"Over the weekend I had the opportunity to discuss my consideration of an upcoming role as a transgender man, and I'd like to apologize for those remarks," Berry wrote on Twitter.
The Hallmark Channel sparked outrage after it bowed to pressure from conservative campaign groups and took four ads for wedding planning website Zola that featured a same-sex couple off the air.
Co-hosted by GLAAD and The Advocate, multiple presidential candidates appeared, though Bernie Sanders was a notable no-show.
"LGBTQ parents and their children deserve to see themselves reflected in media and if leadership of this public broadcasting station cannot serve the interests of the entire public, it's time to find someone who can," a GLAAD spokesperson said.
"That young man just saved a lot of young LGBTQ Mormon lives."
Campaigners have hailed the law as "groundbreaking."
Rights advocates fear the First Amendment Defense Act will be used to discriminate against same-sex couples, single parents and unmarried couples.
It might be wishful thinking.
GLAAD released its annual "Where We Are on TV" report, which found more diversity on TV as well as the continued use of harmful tropes.
The iconic TV heroine will identify as a lesbian in a new reboot—could she galvanize yet another generation?
A&E and History labeled "failing," and FOX's "Family Guy" called "a sore spot."
The campaign is part of an effort to get the FDA to reverse what critics call a double standard for gay and bisexual men.
Leelah Alcorn left a wrenching note on Tumblr calling out her parents for not accepting transgender individuals.