Laverne Cox

Laverne Cox

Kelly Ripa/GLAAD Photo
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Anderson Cooper, Jeffrey Tambor, Judith Light, Laverne Cox, Rupert Friend, and Kelly Ripa were among the special guests at the GLAAD Media Awards. ...
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Kelly Ripa/GLAAD
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In addition to discussing LGBT issues on LIVE, Ripa has participated in GLAAD’s Spirit Day campaign to raise awareness about LGBT bullying. ...
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Bruce Jenner, who asked to be referred to with male pronouns, emphasized that as a man or a woman, he is still attracted to females. ...
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Fallon Fox in Game Face
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Launched in 2006, Translations is one of only a few film festivals in the world that focus on providing films by, for and about transgender people. ...
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Transgender youth Blake Brockington speaks at Charlotte's Transgender Day of Remembrance service in 2014. Photo Credit: Jack Stutts, jackstuttsphotos@gmail.com.
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A year after becoming East Mecklenburg High School’s first transgender homecoming king, 18-year-old Blake Brockington committed suicide Monday March 23. ...
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Orange is the New Black - Season Two is headed to Blu-ray DVD May 19.
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Orange Is the New Black – Season Two arrives on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD May 19. Catch up on Season One, now available to own Digital HD. ...
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Orange is the New Black Will Return to Netflix June 12
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Orange is the New Black will return for a third season on June 12. All episodes are expected to be made available at midnight, as with previous seasons. ...
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Roland Emmerich/Photo: Michael Lewis
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Channing Tatum will present the Stephen F. Kolzak Award to director Roland Emmerich. Tatum starred in the Emmerich film White House Down. ...
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Laverne Cox at the GLAAD Media Awards for her groundbreaking work.
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Laverne Cox, 30, will play Cameron Wirth, a “transgender Ivy League-educated attorney” who gets involved with one of her clients accused of a brutal crime. ...
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Entertainment
In the third annual Trans Images on TV report, GLAAD found that 54 percent of all trans characters on episodic television were outright defamatory. ...
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