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GLAAD’s 35th Annual Media Awards: All The Nominees

This year's GLAAD Media Awards boast a total of 310 nominees across 33 categories and celebrate fair, accurate, and inclusive representation.

GLAAD 35 Media Awards Placard

GLAAD, the world’s most prominent LGBTQ media advocacy organization, announced nominees for its 35th Annual GLAAD Media Awards earlier today.

Presented since 1990, the awards honor broadcast, digital and print media for “fair, accurate, and inclusive representations of LGBTQ people and issues.”

On Monday night, at the 75th Annual Emmy Awards, the organization accepted the Governor’s Award Emmy for its tireless work on behalf of the LGBTQ community.

“For all of us at GLAAD, this work is personal,” said Sarah Kate Ellis, the organization’s president and CEO since 2014, in a nationally televised acceptance speech. “For me, it’s about my wife and our kids, because what the world sees on TV directly influences how we treat each other and the decisions we make in our living rooms, schools, at work, and at the ballot box.”

Ellis addressed the cultural and political hostility currently assailing the LGBTQ community, especially those who are transgender.

“The world urgently needs culture-changing stories about transgender people,” she said. “More people say they have seen a ghost than know a trans person.

“When you don’t know people, it’s easy to demonize them. Visibility creates understanding and opens doors — it’s life-saving. Our community has achieved so much and yet, we are still being victimized and villainized with cruel and harmful lies. Sharing stories is the antidote.”

This year’s GLAAD Media Awards boast a total of 310 nominees across 33 categories. According to GLAAD, nominees are selected based on four criteria — fair, accurate and inclusive representation; boldness and originality; impact; and overall quality.

Netflix scored the most nominations of any network, outlet, or platform, totaling 27. ABC followed with a total of 10 nominations. Amazon Prime Video received nine nominations, Hulu and CBS received eight nods each, and NBC and MSNBC received six apiece.

In addition to the competitive awards, GLAAD is presenting non-competitive Special Recognition Awards to various media projects that don’t fit into the existing categories. Honorees include The Dads (Netflix), Drag Latina (Revry / LATV), El Sabor de Navidad (Vix), Enamorándonos (Univision), Love in Gravity, Relighting Candles (Hulu), Renaissance: A Film by Beyonce (AMC Theatres), Wendy, perdida pero famosa (Vix), and Yes I Am: The Ric Weiland Story and the digital newspaper, The Tennessee Holler.

GLAAD’s prestigious Barbara Gittings Award for Excellence in LGBTQ Media is going to +Life Media, a multi-platform brand founded by journalist Karl Schmid that produces content focused on ending HIV stigma.

The 35th Annual GLAAD Media Awards will take place in Los Angeles at the Beverly Hilton on March 14, 2024, and in New York City at the Hilton Midtown on May 11, 2024. For information about tickets, visit

Below is a complete list of this year’s nominees:

English-Language Categories

Outstanding Film – Wide Theatrical Release

  • All of Us Strangers (Searchlight Pictures)
  • American Fiction (Amazon MGM Studios)
  • Anyone But You (Columbia Pictures)
  • The Blackening (Lionsgate Films)
  • Bottoms (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
  • The Color Purple (Warner Bros.)
  • It’s a Wonderful Knife (RLJE Films)
  • Knock at the Cabin (Universal Pictures)
  • Moving On (Roadside Attractions)
  • Shortcomings (Sony Pictures Classics)

Outstanding Film – Limited Theatrical Release

  • Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe (Blue Fox Entertainment)
  • The Blue Caftan (Strand Releasing)
  • Blue Jean (Magnolia Pictures)
  • How to Blow Up a Pipeline (Neon)
  • Joyland (Oscilloscope)
  • L’immensità (Music Box Films)
  • Monica (IFC Films)
  • Our Son (Vertical Entertainment)
  • Passages (Mubi)
  • Summoning Sylvia (The Horror Collective)

Outstanding Film – Streaming Or TV

  • Cassandro (Amazon Prime Video)
  • Christmas on Cherry Lane (Hallmark Channel)
  • Friends & Family Christmas (Hallmark Channel)
  • Frybread Face and Me (Array Releasing)
  • Nuovo Olimpo (Netflix)
  • Nyad (Netflix)
  • Red, White, and Royal Blue (Amazon Prime Video)
  • Runs in the Family (Indigenous Film Distribution)
  • Rustin (Netflix)
  • You’re Not Supposed To Be Here (Lifetime Television)

Outstanding Documentary

  • Beyond the Aggressives: 25 Years Later (MTV Documentary Films)
  • Eldorado: Everything the Nazis Hate (Netflix)
  • Every Body (Focus Features)
  • Kokomo City (Magnolia Pictures)
  • Little Richard: I Am Everything (Magnolia Pictures)
  • Orlando, My Political Biography (Janus Films)
  • Rainbow Rishta (Amazon Prime Video)
  • Rock Hudson: All That Heaven Allowed (HBO Documentary Films)
  • The Stroll (HBO)
  • UYRA – The Rising Forest POV (PBS)

Outstanding New Series

  • The Buccaneers (Apple TV+)
  • Class (Netflix)
  • Culprits (Hulu)
  • Deadloch (Amazon Prime Video)
  • Everything Now (Netflix)
  • Found (NBC)
  • Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies (Paramount+)
  • The Last of Us (HBO)
  • The Other Black Girl (Hulu)
  • Tore (Netflix)

Outstanding Drama Series

  • 9-1-1: Lone Star (Fox)
  • The Chi (Showtime)
  • Chucky (SyFy/USA Network)
  • Doctor Who (Disney+)
  • Good Trouble (Freeform)
  • Grey’s Anatomy (ABC)
  • Quantum Leap (NBC)
  • Riverdale (The CW)
  • Station 19 (ABC)
  • Yellowjackets (Showtime)

Outstanding Comedy Series

  • And Just Like That… (Max)
  • Good Omens (Amazon Prime Video)
  • Harlem (Amazon Prime Video)
  • Harley Quinn (Max)
  • Our Flag Means Death (Max)
  • Sex Education (Netflix)
  • Somebody Somewhere (HBO)
  • Ted Lasso (Apple TV+)
  • What We Do In The Shadows (FX)
  • With Love (Amazon Prime Video)

Outstanding Limited or Anthology Series

  • Black Cake (Hulu)
  • Bodies (Netflix)
  • The Confessions of Frannie Langton (Britbox)
  • The Fall of the House of Usher (Netflix)
  • Fellow Travelers (Showtime)
  • The Full Monty (FX on Hulu)
  • The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart (Amazon Prime Video)
  • Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story (Netflix)
  • Scott Pilgrim Takes Off (Netflix)
  • Transatlantic (Netflix)

Outstanding Reality Program

  • Bargain Block (HGTV)
  • Family Karma (Bravo)
  • I Am Jazz (TLC)
  • Living for the Dead (Hulu)
  • Queer Eye (Netflix)
  • Real Housewives of New York City (Bravo)
  • Selling Sunset (Netflix)
  • Swiping America (Max)
  • TRANSworld Atlanta (Tubi)
  • The Ultimatum: Queer Love (Netflix)

Outstanding Reality Competition Program

  • The Boulet Brothers’ Dragula (Shudder/AMC+)
  • The Challenge: Battle for a New Champion (MTV)
  • Drag Me to Dinner (Hulu)
  • Love Trip: Paris (Freeform)
  • My Kind of Country (Apple TV+)
  • Next in Fashion (Netflix)
  • Project Runway (Bravo)
  • RuPaul’s Drag Race (MTV)
  • Survivor (CBS)
  • The Voice (NBC)

Outstanding Children’s Programming

  • “Any Way You Slice It” Strawberry Shortcake: Berry in the Big City (Netflix)
  • “Blue River Wedding” Ada Twist: Scientist (Netflix)
  • Bossy Bear (Nick Jr.)
  • Firebuds (Disney Jr.)
  • Monster High (Nickelodeon)
  • Pinecone & Pony (AppleTV+)
  • Princess Power (Netflix)
  • Ridley Jones (Netflix)
  • Summer Camp Island (Cartoon Network)
  • Work It Out Wombats! (PBS Kids)

Outstanding Kids & Family Programming or Film – Live Action

  • Heartstopper (Netflix)
  • High School Musical: The Musical: The Series (Disney+)
  • Jane (AppleTV+)
  • Power Rangers Cosmic Fury (Netflix)
  • XO, Kitty (Netflix)

Outstanding Kids & Family Programming or Film – Animated

  • Adventure Time: Fionna and Cake (Max)
  • Craig Of The Creek (Cartoon Network)
  • The Dragon Prince (Netflix)
  • The Ghost and Molly McGee (Disney Channel)
  • Hailey’s On It! (Disney Channel)
  • The Loud House (Nickelodeon)
  • Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur (Disney Channel)
  • Nimona (Netflix)
  • The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder (Disney+)
  • Transformers: EarthSpark (Paramount+)

Outstanding Music Artist

  • Billy Porter, Black Mona Lisa (Island UK/Republic Records)
  • boygenius, The Record (Interscope)
  • Brandy Clark (Brandy Clark)
  • Janelle Monae, The Age of Pleasure (Atlantic Records)
  • Kim Petras, Feed the Beast & Problematique (Amigo/Republic Records)
  • Miley Cyrus, Endless Summer Vacation (Columbia Records)
  • Renee Rapp, Snow Angel (Interscope)
  • Sam Smith, Gloria (Capitol Records)
  • Troye Sivan, Something to Give Each Other (EMI Australia/Capitol Records)
  • Victoria Monet, JAGUAR II (Lovett Music/RCA Records)

Outstanding Breakthrough Music Artist

  • Chappell Roan (Atlantic Records/Island Records)
  • David Archuleta (Archie Music)
  • Fancy Hagood (Fancy Hagood Enterprises)
  • G FLIP (Future Classic)
  • Ice Spice (10K Projects/Capitol Records)
  • Iniko (Columbia Records)
  • Jade LeMac (Artista Records)
  • The Scarlet Opera (Perta/Silent Records)
  • Slayyyter (FADER Label)
  • UMI (Keep Cool/RCA)

Outstanding Broadway Production

  • Fat Ham, by James Ijames
  • How to Dance in Ohio, by Jacob Yandura and Rebekah Greer Melocik
  • Melissa Etheridge: My Window, by Melissa Etheridge
  • Once Upon A One More Time, by Jon Hartmere
  • The Sign in Sydney Brustein’s Window, by Lorraine Hansberry

Outstanding Podcast

  • Finding Fire Island (Broadway Podcast Network)
  • Gay and Afraid with Eric Sedeño (Past Your Bedtime)
  • Las Culturistas (iHeart)
  • NPR’s Embedded (NPR)
  • Queen of Hearts (Wondery)
  • Rooted Recovery Stories (Promises Behavioral Health)
  • Sibling Rivalry (Studio 71)
  • That Conversation With Tarek Ali (Buzz Sprout)
  • This Queer Book Saved My Life (This Queer Book Productions, LLC)
  • TransLash (TransLash Media)

Outstanding Video Game

  • Baldur’s Gate 3 (Larian Studios)
  • Goodbye Volcano High (KO_OP)
  • Horizon Forbidden West: Burning Shores (Guerrilla Games/Sony Interactive Entertainment)
  • Little Goody Two Shoes (AstralShift/Square Enix)
  • Overwatch 2 (Blizzard Entertainment)
  • Stray Gods: The Roleplaying Musical (Summerfall Studios/Humble Games)
  • Tchia (Awaceb/Kepler Interactive)
  • Thirsty Suitors (Outerloop Games/Annapurna Interactive)
  • This Bed We Made (Lowbirth Games)
  • Too Hot To Handle 2 (Nanobit/Netflix Games)

Outstanding Comic Book

  • Adventures of Superman: Jon Kent, written by Tom Taylor (DC Comics)
  • Betsy Braddock: Captain Britain, written by Tini Howard (Marvel Comics)
  • Hawkgirl, written by Jadzia Axelrod (DC Comics)
  • Killer Queens 2, written by David M. Booher (Dark Horse Comics)
  • The Neighbors, written by Jude Ellison S. Doyle (BOOM! Studios)
  • New Mutants Lethal Legion, written by Charlie Jane Anders (Marvel Comics)
  • The Oddly Pedestrian Life of Christopher Chaos, written by Tate Brombal based on an idea by James Tynion IV (Dark Horse Comics)
  • Poison Ivy, written by G. Willow Wilson (DC Comics)
  • Star Wars: Doctor Aphra, written by Alyssa Wong (Marvel Comics)
  • Tim Drake: Robin, written by Meghan Fitzmartin (DC Comics)

Outstanding Original Graphic Novel/Anthology

  • Blackward, by Lawrence Lindell (Drawn & Quarterly)
  • Carmilla: The First Vampire, written by Amy Chu (Berger Books/Dark Horse Comics)
  • Cosmoknights (Book Two), by Hannah Templer (Top Shelf Productions)
  • Four-Color Heroes, by Richard Fairgray (Fanbase Press)
  • Heartstopper Vol. 5, by Alice Oseman (Graphix/Scholastic)
  • Light Carries On, by Ray Nadine (Dark Horse Books)
  • Northranger, written by Rey Terciero (HarperAlley)
  • Parallel, by Matthias Lehmann (ONI Press)
  • Roaming, by Jillian Tamaki, Mariko Tamaki (Drawn & Quarterly)
  • Us, by Sara Soler (Dark Horse Books)

Outstanding Variety or Talk Show Episode

  • “Certainty” Turning the Tables with Robin Roberts (Disney+)
  • “Chaos, Law, and Order” The Problem With Jon Stewart (Apple TV+)
  • “Cynthia Nixon and Kim Petras” Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen (Bravo)
  • “Dulcé Sloan & Sasha Colby Talk What It Means to Be A Happy Trans Person” The Daily Show (Comedy Central)
  • “Elliot Page Opens Up In New Memoir: ‘It Felt Like The Right Time'” The View (ABC)
  • “The Hardest Fight Is the Fight Against Status Quo” The Conversations Project (Hulu)
  • “I’m Not Just Gay, I’m Your Son” Karamo (syndicated)
  • “Jennifer Hudson Surprises HIV Activist with $10,000” The Jennifer Hudson Show (syndicated)
  • “Trace Lysette & Patricia Clarkson, Laverne Cox” The Kelly Clarkson Show (syndicated)
  • “Unapologetically Me” Tamron Hall (syndicated)

Outstanding TV Journalism Segment

  • “11th Hour: Transgender Athletes and What People Don’t Understand” The 11th Hour (MSNBC)
  • “19-Year-Old Designer CJ King Gets Second Chance to Walk the Runway” GMA3 (ABC)
  • The All in Y’all” (KEYE-TV CBS Austin)
  • “Anti-LGBTQ+ Law in Uganda that Threatens the Death Penalty Sparks International Outcry” PBS Newshour (PBS)
  • “Bringing Queer Joy into the World of Hip-Hop” ABC News Live Prime (ABC News Live)
  • “Des Moines LGBTQ Community Hosts First-Ever ‘People’s Pride'” (WOI-TV Local 5 Des Moines)
  • “Geena Rocero Talks About Her New Memoir ‘Horse Barbie’ and the Power of Living Unapologetically” CBS Mornings (CBS)
  • “How Eco-Drag Queen Pattie Gonia Defines What It Means to Fight for the Environment” Nightline (ABC)
  • “New York City Gay Bar Deaths Classified as Homicides” (NBC News Now)
  • “One-on-One with the President of the American Medical Association (AMA)” The CBS Evening News with Norah O’Donnell (CBS)

Outstanding TV Journalism – Long-Form

  • “Beyond Limits: Who I Am” CBS Sports (CBS)
  • “CBS Reports: A Nation in Transition” CBS News (CBS)
  • “Club Q One Year Later” (KKTV CBS 11 Colorado)
  • “Freedom to Exist” Soul of a Nation (ABC)
  • “It’s Ok To Ask Questions – Pidgeon Pagonis” (WMAQ-TV NBC 5 Chicago)
  • “Marty’s Place: Where Hope Lives” (+Life Media with KGO-TV & ABC Localish)
  • “Our America: Who I’m Meant to Be” (ABC Owned Television Stations)
  • “Proud Voices: A NY1 Special” (Spectrum News NY1)
  • “Serving in Secret: Love, Country and ‘Dont Ask Don’t Tell'” (MSNBC)
  • “VICE Special Report – Out Loud // Big Freedia Presents: Young Queer Artists To Look Out For” (Vice News)

Outstanding Live TV Journalism – Segment or Special

  • “Capehart on SCOTUS rulings: ‘My Possibilities are Up to Them, Not Up to Me'” The Last Word (MSNBC)
  • “CNN’s Anderson Cooper Speaks With Lauri Carleton’s Daughter, Ari Carleton, About Her Mother’s Legacy” Anderson Cooper 360 (CNN)
  • “Flipping the Script: Live Interviews on LGBTQ+ Community” Morning News NOW (NBC News Now)
  • “Gio Benitez Interviews Sasha Velour on Her Book and the Climate of Drag in America” Good Morning America (ABC)
  • “Indiana Students Put on LGBTQ-Themed Play Themselves After it’s Canceled By the School” Yasmin Vossoughian Reports (MSNBC)
  • “José Díaz-Balart Reports: A Texas Mother’s Fight: the Case for Gender-Affirming Care” José Díaz-Balart Reports (MSNBC)
  • “One-on-One with Eureka O’Hara” The Reid Out (MSNBC)
  • “Pride Across America” (ABC News Live)
  • “TikTok Sensations ‘The Old Gays’ Talk About How They Became Friends and Their New Docuseries” TODAY with Hoda & Jenna (NBC)
  • “Two Anti-LGBTQ Bills Advance to Louisiana House” Breakdown (WWL-TV CBS New Orleans)

Outstanding Print Article

  • “As Drag Bans Proliferate, Maren Morris Goes Deep With Drag’s Biggest Stars on Why the Show Must Go On” by Stephen Daw (Billboard)
  • “Black Queer History is American History” by Myeshia Price (TIME)
  • “‘But Most of All I’m Human’: These 3 Transgender Teens Prove Identity Stretches Beyond One Label” by Susan Miller (USA TODAY)
  • “The Dancer” by Matt Kemper (The Atlanta-Journal Constitution)
  • “Heroism Overpowers Hate” by John Sotomayor (Embrace Magazine)
  • “Kim Petras Is Breaking the Mold” by Jeff Nelson (People)
  • “Pop Icons Are ‘Mothers’ Now. The LGBTQ Ballroom Scene Wants Credit.” by Samantha Cherry (The Washington Post)
  • “Stop Bad Hair and Uglier Legislation (The New Classics)” by Karen Giberson (AC Magazine)
  • “Transgender Youth: ‘Forced Outing’ Bills Make Schools Unsafe” by Hannah Schoenbaum and Sean Murphy (AP)
  • “We Have the Tools to Stop HIV. So Why Is It Still Spreading?” by LZ Granderson (Los Angeles Times)

Outstanding Magazine Overall Coverage

  • The Advocate
  • Billboard
  • People
  • Variety
  • Out

Outstanding Online Journalism Article

  • “The AP Interview: Pope Francis Says Homosexuality Not a Crime” by Nicole Winifield (
  • “Book Banners Came for This Colorado Town. They Didn’t Anticipate Resistance.” By Jeff Fuentes Gleghorn (
  • “Evidence Undermines ‘Rapid Onset Gender Dysphoria’ Claims” by Timmy Broderick (
  • “From Drag Bans to Sports Restrictions, 75 Anti-LGBTQ Bills Have Become Law in 2023” by Jo Yurcaba (
  • “How the Latinx Drag Queens of Brooklyn Are Finding Freedom through Their Cultures” by Juan De Dios Sanchez Jurado (
  • “Pedro Zamora, ‘Real World’ Star Who Died of AIDS, ‘Humanized the Disease for a Generation,’ Say Activists” by David Artavia (
  • “Pride Month Feels Different As Threats, Fear of Violence Grows” by Brooke Migdon (
  • “Some Trans Kids Are Being Forced to Flee America for Their Safety” by Nico Lang (
  • “Stochastic Terrorism: Links between the GOP, Right-Wing Influencers & Neo-Nazi Violence” by Christopher Wiggins (
  • “What Does Queer Gen Z Want on TV? Everything under the Rainbow” by Jude Cramer (

Outstanding Online Journalism – Video or Multimedia

  • “7 Remarkable Trans Elders Share Lessons for the Next Generation” (
  • “Brave Spaces” (
  • “CANS Can’t Stand” (
  • “Club Q: Stronger Together” (
  • “‘I’ve Always Known I Was Different’: Four Trans People Share Their Stories” (
  • “Michaela Jaé Rodriguez Calls Out the New York Times’ Anti-Trans Coverage & Advice for Trans Youth” (
  • “Moving Isa” (
  • “People Come Out to Their Parents | Truth or Drink” (
  • “Protecting Pride: Resilience after Tragedy – Club Q Survivors Fight to Project Their Community” (
  • “Transnational” (

Outstanding Blog

  • Charlotte’s Web Thoughts
  • Erin in the Morning
  • Holy Bullies and Headless Monsters
  • LawDork
  • Mombian
  • Pittsburgh Lesbian Correspondents
  • The Queer Review
  • The Randy Report
  • The Reckoning
  • The Rot Spot

Special Recognition

  • The Dads (Netflix)
  • +Life Media
  • Love in Gravity
  • Relighting Candles (Hulu)
  • Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé (AMC Theatres)
  • The Tennessee Holler
  • Yes I Am: The Ric Weiland Story

Spanish-Language Categories

Outstanding Scripted Television Series

  • 4 Estrellas (RTVE Play)
  • Las Noches de Tefía (Atresplayer)
  • Las Pelotaris (Vix)
  • Sagrada Familia (Netflix)
  • Sin Huellas (Amazon Prime Video)

Outstanding TV Journalism

  • “Adolescentes trans relatan su experiencia” Noticiero Telemundo (Telemundo)
  • “Celebrando el orgullo” Noticiero Telemundo (Telemundo Chicago)
  • “Entrevista con Jesus Ociel Baena” Noticias 24/7 (Univision)
  • “Fe en la comunidad LGBTQ” Despierta América (Univision)
  • “El mes del orgullo” Univision Contigo (Univision Dallas)
  • “La directora Aitch Alberto presenta: ‘Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe'” Ojo Crítico (CNN Español)
  • “La rapera Villano Antillano habla con Jorge Ramos sobre cómo su música está rompiendo estereotipos” Al Punto (Univision)
  • “‘La Sala’ brinda un lugar seguro para jóvenes de la comunidad LGBTQ+ en Washington Heights” Noticias 47 (Telemundo)
  • “Spirit Day” Hoy Día (Telemundo)
  • “Sufren en silencio” Noticias 52 (Telemundo)

Outstanding Online Journalism Article

  • “Abogan por una política pública contra la violencia hacia la comunidad trans en Puerto Rico” por Carolina Gracia (
  • “La activista trans que sepulta a sus amigas olvidadas: ‘Los primeros cuerpos los velaba yo sola, solita'” por Daniel Alonso Viña (
  • “Carlos Adyan nos invita a su boda civil con Carlos Quintanilla: ‘Todo ha pasado como yo soñaba'” por Lena Hansen (
  • “El eterno desafío de ser un hombre o mujer trans en El Salvador” por María Teresa Hernández (
  • “Familias latinas con menores trans temen a nuevas leyes que limitan el acceso a tratamientos médicos: ‘Es lo que ha mantenido a mi hija viva'” por Anagilmara Vílchez y Lourdes Hurtado (
  • “‘Hemos huido de algo muy cruel’: las familias que buscan una vida mejor para sus hijos transgénero en otros estados de EE.UU.” por Leire Ventas (
  • “Personas mayores LGBTQIA+ ‘tienen que regresar a un clóset para poder buscar vivienda'” por David Cordero Mercado y Joaquín A. Rosado Lebrón ( &
  • “Quiero que todo el mundo pueda decir libremente ‘así soy yo'” por Maria Mercedes Acosta (
  • “Reconocimiento a medias también es estigmatizante: RAE agrega ‘no binario/a’ a su diccionario” por Alex Orue (
  • “Wendy Guevara, la ‘perdida’ que lo ganó todo” por Jonathan Saldaña y Mari Tere Lelo de Larrea (

Outstanding Online Journalism – Video or Multimedia

  • “Conoce a la primera diputada negra y trans de Brasil” por Natalia Barrera Francis, Joyce García, David von Blohn, Paula Daibert y Claudia Escobar (Descoloniza – AJ+ Español)
  • “La increíble historia de cómo ‘Mami Ruddys’ refugió a decenas de jóvenes LGBTIQ en Puerto Rico” por Marcos Billy Guzmán y Pablo Martínez Rodríguez (El Nuevo Día)
  • “Mi novio vive con VIH y yo no: ser una pareja serodiscordante” por Mariana Escobar Bernoske y Daniela Rojas (La Disidencia – El Espectador)
  • “This gay cowboy convention celebrates sexual freedom — and Mexican identity” por Jackeline Luma, Kate Linthicum y Maggie Beidelman (Los Angeles Times)
  • “Villano Antillano cuenta todo de la realidad Queer de su música” por Yollotl Alvarado, René Barreto, Alfredo Castellanos, Sofía Reyes, Rai Irizarry, Arjun Demeyere, Luis Ramírez, Florencia Botinelli, Iván Juárez y Sebastian Fernández (GQ México y Latinoamérica)

Reconocimiento Especial /Special Recognition

  • Enamorándonos (Univision)
  • El Sabor de Navidad (Vix)
  • Drag Latina (Revry / LATV)
  • Wendy, perdida pero famosa (Vix)

The 35th Annual GLAAD Media Awards will take place in Los Angeles at the Beverly Hilton on March 14, 2024, and in New York City at the Hilton Midtown on May 11, 2024. For information about tickets, visit

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