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Ivy Queen
Receives GLAAD Special Acknowledgement
 

Ivy Queen & Joe Granda

“I got your back. I love you. I always love you, no matter how you look, who you are, who you love.” – Ivy Queen

“The gay community feels me, inspires me” – Ivy Queen

Ivy Queen atendió a las concesiones de los medios de GLAAD en Hollywood, Florida sobre el fin de semana. Ella recibió una concesión especial de reconocimiento por su ayuda constante de la comunidad gay. El premio fue presentada por Joe Granda. Ivy es la primera cantante del reggaeton de apoyar y reconocer abiertamente a la comunidad gay en sus presentaciones.

La Alianza Gay y Lésbica Contra la Difamación (GLAAD) se dedica a promover imágenes veraces y objetivas de la comunidad lésbica, gay, bisexual y transgénero (LGBT) en los medios de comunicación hispano hablantes y en los medios en inglés para eliminar la homofobia y la discriminación en contra de la identidad del género y la orientación sexual.

Ivy Queen
Receives GLAAD Special Acknowledgement

“The gay community feels me, inspires me” – Ivy Queen

Ivy Queen attended the GLAAD Media Awards in Hollywood, Florida over the weekend. She received a Special Recognition Award for her consistent support of the gay community. Ivy was presented the award by Joe Granda after a photo montage and speech which spanned her lengthy career and involvement in the GLBT community.

Ivy is the first reggaeton singer to openly support and acknowledge the gay community in her shows and with her presence in gay events.

During her acceptance, Ivy Queen spoke of her many gay friends and fans. “Most of them are still trapped in the closet and they ask me for advice. First I say, ‘I got your back. I love you. I always love you, no matter how you look, who you are, who you love.”

The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) is dedicated to promoting and ensuring fair, accurate and inclusive representation of people and events in the media as a means of eliminating homophobia and discrimination based on gender identity and sexual orientation.

www.glaad.org

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