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10 Female TV Characters Who Were Ahead of Their Time

10 Female TV Characters Who Were Ahead of Their Time

It's hard to believe there was a time when you couldn't show a pregnant woman on television or a single, professional African American mother and the idea of a college-educated woman choosing to focus on her career instead of immediately finding a husband was considered too much of a stretch! Read More »

MAKING HISTORY: Ellen DeGeneres Portrays First-Ever Gay Lead Character On Television

MAKING HISTORY: Ellen DeGeneres Portrays First-Ever Gay Lead Character On Television

In honor of Women's History Month, we are celebrating with 31 days of women's history! Every day in March, we will highlight an historic moment, as told through the personal stories of our MAKERS. Today we highlight Ellen DeGeneres who portrayed the first-ever gay lead character on a television show. Read More »

MAKERS Honors Spirit Day

MAKERS Honors Spirit Day

We couldn't dress our site in purple, but in honor of Spirit Day, a day in which people wear purple to show support for the LGBT youth whom have been victims of bullying, we've put together this playlist from some of our MAKERS sharing positivity for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities. Read More »

5 Views on Coming Out

Ellen DeGeneres, Kara Swisher, Dr. Susan Love, Billie Jean King, Charlotte Bunch

Coming out as gay is an inherently public act, but the events and emotions that lead to being open about your sexual orientation, are often kept very private. Read More »

5 Views On Choosing a Career

MAKERS, DeGeneres, Faith Ringgold, Barbara Walters, Brenda Berkman, Condoleezza

For Take Our Sons and Daughters to Work Day, MAKERS brings you 5 Views on Choosing a Career. Read More »