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March 31 2017

Alyson Hannigan, Amber Benson on the groundbreaking Willow-Tara romance. "The romance was one of the first major lesbian love stories shown on network television and became incredibly important to Buffy's fans and the LGBT audience."

December 20 2015

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is noted in GLAAD's annual "Where We Are on TV" Report (for introducing a gay Latino male character this season).Thanks to Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Jessica Jones, it's nice to finally see a few LGBT characters in the MCU (none in the films yet though...).

June 27 2015

These shows helped shape America's attitudes about gay relationships. With same-sex marriage legalized in the United States today, TIME looks at television shows that influenced the modern gay rights movement.

September 12 2013

Wentworth Miller speaks at the HRC dinner. Miller, whom we know as the Creature from the Blue Lagoon (not Brooke Shields; Gage from "Go Fish") gives a speech about his life experience and recent coming out, at the Human Rights Campaign dinner.

June 25 2011

"I said yes" - Neil Patrick Harris proposes. David Burtka accepts. Following the passage of the Marriage Equality Act in the New York Senate, Neil Patrick Harris and his partner David Burtka proposed to each other, and they both said yes. More...

October 06 2010

"It Gets Better" - a video campaign. Julie Benz participates in the "It Gets Better" video campaign (sparked by the recent suicides of gay teens) and endorses The Trevor Project. More...

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