Lucas Cruikshank looks to be rekindling his brand on YouTube. Over two days, the thesp has racked up more clicks for a video in which he announced he is gay than for any he has posted in more than…
In its first-ever study of Hollywood, non-profit org GLAAD says only 14 films from last year contained LGBT characters, calling its findings "inadequate."
The Human Rights Campaign has called on Hollywood studios to use the high profile platform of film premieres to take a stand against Russia's anti-gay propaganda laws. In a letter to the major studio…
Lionsgate is distancing itself from author Orson Scott Card's opposition to gay marriage following the recent campaign to boycott the film “Ender's Game,” which is based on his novel. The studio…
So much has changed in the LGBT community recently, it's hardly surprising that those seismic shifts would be reflected in this year's pics at Outfest Los Angeles, which runs July 11 through 21 at…
The metaphorical aspects of the supernatural have already been given quite a workout in "True Blood," which is why BBC America's three-part "In the Flesh" appears to be following a well-trod path by…
ESPN pro basketball analyst Chris Broussard generated his own controversy with comments on live television Monday that equated homosexuality to sin.
The late activist Vito Russo comes home to the GLAAD Media Awards this year in Gotham. Not only are exec producers Neil Meron and Craig Zadan, last year's recipients of the Vito Russo Award…
While TV's influence is sometimes exaggerated by cultural scolds, it's hard to debate the medium's role in gradually facilitating greater acceptance of gays and lesbians -- so much so that Vice…
Anti-gay bias takes a drubbing on the tube