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Last night at the Golden Globes, Lena Dunham said, “I don’t want to get married until all gay people can get married.” 
Thanks to Lena and boyfriend Jack Antonoff (lead guitarist of rock band Fun. and co-founder of The Ally Coalition) for standing up for equality! 

Last night at the Golden Globes, Lena Dunham said, “I don’t want to get married until all gay people can get married.” 

Thanks to Lena and boyfriend Jack Antonoff (lead guitarist of rock band Fun. and co-founder of The Ally Coalition) for standing up for equality! 

— 1 year ago with 87 notes
#Lena Dunham  #Jack Antonoff  #fun  #LGBT  #Girls  #lesbian  #gay  #bisexual  #transgender  #GLAAD  #Golden Globes 
Did you see Jodie Foster’s speech at last night’s Golden Globes?
GLAAD President Herndon Graddick responded to her speech:"When one of the most critically-praised actresses speaks about her identity and relationships on one of the largest stages in the world, it shows just how much the tide has turned. Given Jodie Foster’s lifetime of achievements, this is a significant moment for LGBT visibility. As more and more high-profile LGBT people like Jodie speak openly, those who do not accept LGBT people will continue to fall behind the times.”

Did you see Jodie Foster’s speech at last night’s Golden Globes?


GLAAD President Herndon Graddick responded to her speech:

"When one of the most critically-praised actresses speaks about her identity and relationships on one of the largest stages in the world, it shows just how much the tide has turned. Given Jodie Foster’s lifetime of achievements, this is a significant moment for LGBT visibility. As more and more high-profile LGBT people like Jodie speak openly, those who do not accept LGBT people will continue to fall behind the times.”



— 1 year ago with 78 notes
#Golden Globes  #Jodie Foster  #Herndon Graddick  #LGBT  #lesbian  #gay  #bisexual  #transgender  #GLAAD