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GLAAD works through entertainment, news, and digital media to share stories from the LGBTQ community that accelerate acceptance.

Featured publication: GLAAD's Media Reference Guide (now in its 10th edition)

This publication provides tools the media can use to tell LGBTQ people's stories in ways that bring out the best in journalism. It is intended to be used by journalists reporting for mainstream media outlets and by creators in entertainment media who want to tell LGBTQ people's stories fairly and accurately.

The Reference Guide includes: A GLOSSARY OF TERMS/LANGUAGE (e.g., Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Queer/Transgender), and AP, Reuters, & New York Times Style guidelines; discussion and guidelines on covering the LGBTQ community; nondiscrimination laws & the LGBTQ community; marriage & parenting; religion & faith; hate crimes; HIV, AIDS & the LGBTQ community; "Conversion therapy"; and LGBTQ people in sports. In addition, it includes a directory of directory of community resources and GLAAD media contacts.

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