There's no question this must be excruciatingly difficult on the entire family.
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Every year, the GLAAD Media Awards honor TV, movies, and music that represent the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community in a fair, accurate, and inclusive way — especially when it tackles issues that affect their lives.
While it comes as no surprise that Caitlyn Jenner has been nominated for her docuseries, I Am Cait, after her incredible year and slew of other awards, we're thrilled to see some other stars and shows that made the cut!
Both Adam Lambert and Miley Cyrus were nominated for Outstanding Music Artist, while Ellen DeGeneres nabbed a nomination for Outstanding Talk Show Episode when trans fitness model Aydian Dowling stopped by!
There was even some Oscars crossover as Carol and The Danish Girl were both recognized.
Ch-ch-check out the rest of the incredible nominees (below):
100 more years! 100 more years!
While President Barack Obama's time in office may be coming to a close, that doesn't mean we're about to forget all the good he's done for LGBT people across America.
And it looks like we're not alone — because OUT Magazine just named President Obama the Ally of the Year!
The mag's annual OUT100 issue celebrates queer individuals in every aspect of entertainment, honoring the year's best musicians, newsmakers, athletes, stylists, politicians, and everything else across the board.
So which other famous faces joined President Obama as part of OUT's Top 100?? See the biggest names (below)!
Le1f is so fresh!! A new voice in rap - and not just because he's openly gay.
His being gay is almost a sidenote. What matters is that his whole package is tight - flow, beats and vibe!
He's got some Nicki in him and a whole lot fierce and fun and cool!
Check out Boom above!