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The recent announcement of the GLAAD nominations shows the glaring omission of the "Gentleman Jack" TV series, which has fans up in arms.

When Ellen DeGeneres was given the Carol Burnett Award during the Golden Globe Awards, Kate McKinnon put into words why DeGeneres was being honored.

When is a kiss not a kiss? When it's a lesbian kiss that lasts 2 seconds long in "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker." Here are three explanations why.

Hallmark Channel had pulled out ads of two brides kissing and then reversed themselves and apologized. Here's what we can learn from this.

While a queer teen love story wasn't in the original book, Netflix's adaptation of "Let It Snow" has introduced this storyline in the Christmas teen romcom.

We're getting better representation on the small screen thanks to more LGBTQ TV characters appearing this year.

The film "Adam" with its transgender director and LGBTQ cast is dividing the community because of the movie's controversial source. Will you watch it?

Get a chance to see a classic of LGBTQ films with French director Jacqueline Audry's "Olivia" movie getting the 4k restoration treatment.

The documentary "Queering the Script" looks at TV shows that made the LGBTQ fan community, from "Xena: Warrior Princess" to "Buffy the Vampire Slayer."

More gay and lesbian characters are appearing on the big screen with last year's batch of movies having the most, according to a report released by GLAAD.