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The Q Agenda makes GLAAD’s Pride Guide 2020

LATV’s Flagship LGBTQ talk show is proud to be featured on GLAAD’s Pride Guide 2020.

The Q Agenda, with its all-LGBTQ panel of hosts including Enrique Sapene, Juliana Joel, Lianna Carrera, and Victor Ramos, is a bright spot for representation on television. Not only does The Q Agenda feature a number of diverse voices on its talk show platform, but it also engages in important conversations surrounding issues that affect the queer community. Past topics of discussion have included bisexuality awareness, LGBTQ+ voter turnout, and queer role models for children.

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Thank you @glaad @monicatrasandes & @anthonyramosah for your support and for Including us #PRIDEGUIDE Ahead of an unprecedented Pride Month, GLAAD’s original intent was to ensure our community could still come together to celebrate Pride during this period of social distancing. That’s why we created the Pride Guide, a platform to help LGBTQ people and allies navigate the hundreds of digital Pride celebrations and online events during the month of June. Due to the inhumane murder of George Floyd, as well as murders of others including LGBTQ community members Riah Milton, Dominique “Rem’Mie” Fells, Tony McDade and others, GLAAD has reprioritized events and actions in this year’s Pride Guide to support the Black community. We will elevate voices and amplify stories of people of color, especially within the LGBTQ community. There can be no Pride if it is not intersectional. Check out the guide now: http://glaad.org/prideguide Source: @glaad . . . . #lgbtq #lgbt #gay #pride #lesbian #queer #loveislove #transgender #bisexual #love #trans #instagay #gaypride #nonbinary #pansexual #lgbtqia #bi #dragqueen #lgbtpride #lovewins #asexual #drag #genderfluid #ftm #equality #art #lesbians #gaylove #bhfyp

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GLAAD is the premier organization that advocates for LGBTQ+ representation in entertainment and media. For the 2020 Pride Guide, The Q Agenda is featured alongside other programs in the LGBTQ media landscape such as Queer Eye, as well as many virtual pride events happening around the country.

This year’s guide has also given prioritization to stories surrounding Black members of the LGBTQ+ community to show solidarity with protests against systemic racism nationwide. In a statement from GLAAD,

…we are doing our best to re-prioritize events and actions to support the Black community and the fight to combat racism, discrimination, injustice, and police brutality in this year’s Pride Guide. There can be no Pride if it is not intersectional.

You can watch The Q Agenda Thursday’s @8:30 ET/9:00 PT on LATV (check your local listings), or at latv.com and the LATV app.



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