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In “No Ordinary Man” trans men reflect on the life of jazz musician Billy Tipton, reclaiming his place in trans history

By Alex Schmider, Associate Director, Transgender Representation GLAAD.org  | July 15, 2021 UPDATED 7/14/21: Finally! No Ordinary Man is available in theaters in New York and Los Angeles, starting Friday, July 16. This moving documentary will roll out to additional […]

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FIERCENESS SERVED! The Story of the Legendary ENIKAlley Coffeehouse in DC

. Fierceness Served! – The ENIKAlley Coffeehouse is a “documentary on DC Black LGBTQ artists who during the 80s launched a national gay cultural movement.” Social activists, politicians, artists, including the likes of Essex Hemphill and Audre Lorde have performed at this venue. […]

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GLAAD’S Ninth Annual Studio Responsibility Index finds a growth in racial diversity and screen time for LGBTQ characters, but zero transgender characters in 2020 wide release films

By Raina Deerwater, Entertainment Research & Analysis Manager by GLAAD.org | July 15, 2021 GLAAD today released its ninth annual Studio Responsibility Index (SRI), a study that maps the quantity, quality, and diversity of LGBTQ characters in films released […]

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Michaela Jaé (Mj) Rodriguez, Billy Porter, and POSE make history with 73rd Annual Emmy Award nominations!

By Jeremy Blacklow, Director of Entertainment Media GLAAD.org | July 13, 2021 The 73rd annual Emmy Award nominations were announced Tuesday morning and POSE received 10’s across the board from Television Academy voters! Michaela Jaé (Mj) Rodriguez made history with […]