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A teenager who's campaigning to make it easier for children to see a documentary about bullying is among the winners of this year's Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation Media Awards. ABC's "Dancing With The Stars," Lady
PDT 3/24/2012 by Lesley Goldberg ABC ABC's "Dancing With the Stars" HBO's "Cinema Verite" and Focus Features' "Pariah" also took home prizes during the New York portion of the watchdog group's 23rd annual kudofest...Hosted by Glee 's Cory Monteith
So will Glee 's Naya Rivera and Cory Monteith. (They're hosting.) Bernadette Peters!...Media Awards are spread among three events -- the one this evening, one in LA in April, and another in SanFran in June...Note: Before you can watch the red carpet
Dianna Agron stops by The Reformation store for some light browsing on Thursday (March 22) in Los Angeles. The 25-year-old Glee star left the clothing boutique with a bag of goodies!...The ceremony will take place on June 2 in San Francisco, Calif.
March 24 ceremony in New York. The New York ceremony will be hosted by Glee's Cory Monteith and Naya Rivera...Reuters advertisement Transsexual Thai air hostesses: gimmick or equality? Meryl Streep wins best actress Oscar for 'The Iron Lady' Oscar
Naya and Cory will host the New York show on March 24, while Dianna will host June 2nd's ceremony in San Francisco, Calif. In NY, honors will go out to Smash executive producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron as well as Broadway legend Bernadette Peters .
Roland Martin recently over tweets he wrote during the Super Bowl, one in which he mocked men who wear pink, and another in which he advocated violence toward men attracted to men (specifically, male fans of David Beckham)...On his TV One Washington
Brown/Getty Images; Twitter; H&M Welcome, Roland Martin , to the land of people in the public eye who have learned the hard way that what they write on Twitter has consequences. Lucky for him, the CNN contributor and TV One host doesn't appear to be
The Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation has released the nominees for their twenty-third annual GLAAD Media Awards which recognizes and honours a positive image toward members of the LGBT – Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual, and
Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation. The Puerto Rican campaign grew out of anger after one of the characters of the show, "Work It," said during the pilot episode: "I'm Puerto Rican. I would be great at selling drugs." Puerto Ricans like,