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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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BLACK, GAY, stuck at home

Covid-19 has changed the way we live, work and socialize. The typical weekend date night out consisting of dinner and a movie night has been replaced with a subscription to a streaming service and a […]

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Tribeca Film Festival announces amazing 2021 LGBTQ-inclusive lineup of features, shorts, episodics, and

By Jeremy Blacklow, Director of Entertainment Media | By GLAAD.org  April 20, 2021 The 2021 Tribeca Film Festival, presented by AT&T, has announced its 2021 feature film line-up and, once again, this year is shaping up to be a […]