14th Annual GLAAD Media Awards


Special Recognition Awards

  • Vanguard Award - Eric McCormack
  • Davidson/Valentini Award - B.D. Wong
  • Vito Russo Award- Rosie O'Donnell
  • Excellence in Media Award - Diane Sawyer
  • Golden Gate Award - Stockard Channing
  • Stephen F. Kolzak Award - Todd Haynes
  • Barbara Gittings Award -
  • Favorite OUT Image of the Year -
  • Special Recognition: Christina Aguilera

Film Awards

  • Outstanding Film - Wide Release
    • Far From Heaven (Focus Features)
    • Frida (Miramax Films)
    • The Hours (Paramount Pictures) (winner)
    • The Rules of Attraction (Lions Gate Films)
    • Sweet Home Alabama (Touchstone Pictures)
  • Outstanding Film - Limited Release

Television Awards

  • Outstanding Drama Series
    • Once and Again (ABC)
    • Queer As Folk (US) (Showtime)
    • The Shield (FX)
    • Six Feet Under (HBO) (winner)
    • The Wire (HBO)
  • Outstanding Comedy Series
    • Sex and the City (HBO)
    • Will & Grace (NBC) (winner)
  • Outstanding Individual Episode (in a series without a regular gay character)
    • "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner, Honey?" George Lopez (ABC)
    • "My Own Private Rodeo" King of the Hill (FOX)
    • "Pararse" Resurrection Blvd. (Showtime) (winner)
    • "Relax!" Grounded for Life (FOX)
    • "Scared Straight" Crossing Jordan (NBC)
  • Outstanding Television Movie or Mini-Series
    • The Badge (Starz!)
    • Bobbie's Girl (Showtime)
    • The Laramie Project (HBO) (winner)
    • The Matthew Shepard Story (NBC)
  • Outstanding Documentary
  • Outstanding Daily Drama
    • All My Children (ABC)
    • Daniela (Telemundo) (winner)
    • Undressed (MTV) (winner)
  • Outstanding Talk Show
    • "Adopted by Gay Parents" The Rosie O'Donnell Show (syndicated) (winner)
    • "Gays in Sports" Donahue (MSNBC)
    • "Dolly Parton" So Graham Norton (BBC America)
  • Outstanding TV Journalism
    • "Coming Out" Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel (HBO)
    • "Kantaras v. Kantaras" CourtTV (CourtTV)
    • "A Matter of Choice?" Nightline (ABC)
    • "Nick News Special Edition: My Family is Different" Nick News with Linda Ellerbee (Nickelodeon)
    • "Rosie's Story: For the Sake of the Children" Primetime Thursday (ABC) (winner)


  • Outstanding Magazine Article
    • "About a Boy Who Isn't" by Benoit Denizet-Lewis (The New York Times Magazine) (winner)
    • "Free and Clear" by Esera Tuaolo with Luke Cyphers (ESPN The Magazine)
    • "Indian Gays Step Out" by Kavita Chhibber Narula (Little India [Reading, Pa.])
    • "A Killing in Colorado" by Jon Barrett (Teen People)
    • "Mormon Family Values" by Katherine Rosman (The Nation)
  • Outstanding Magazine Overall Coverage
    • AsianWeek
    • The Chronicle of Higher Education
    • National Catholic Reporter
    • Teen People (winner)
    • TV Guide
  • Outstanding Newspaper Article
    • "Coming Out: Revelation Alters Daughter's Relationship with Folks" by Martha Irvine (The Associated Press)
    • "Dos Madres para un Hogar (Two Mothers in One Household)" by Patricia A. Gonzalez-Portillo, (La Opinión [Los Angeles]) (winner)
    • "Gay Muslims Face a Growing Challenge Reconciling Their Two Identities" by Robert F. Worth (The New York Times)
    • "Mauling Death Creates an Activist" by Anna Gorman (Los Angeles Times)
    • "Queer and Present Danger" by Ken Picard (Independent [Missoula, Mont.])
  • Outstanding Newspaper Columnist
    • Margery Eagan (The Boston Herald)
    • Thomas Oliphant (The Boston Globe)
    • Leonard Pitts, Jr. (The Miami Herald) (winner)
    • Deb Price (The Detroit News)
    • Steve Rothaus (The Miami Herald)
  • Outstanding Newspaper Overall Coverage
    • Atlanta Journal-Constitution
    • Chicago Tribune
    • Newsday
    • Orlando Sentinel
    • USA Today (winner)
  • Outstanding Comic Book
    • The Authority (Wildstorm/DC Comics)
    • Green Lantern (DC Comics) (winner)
    • Murder Mysteries (Dark Horse Comics)
    • Strangers in Paradise (Abstract Studio)
    • X-Statix (Marvel Comics)


  • Outstanding Digital Journalism Article
    • "Fired for Being Gay" by Jennifer Barrett, Newsweek/ (winner)
    • "The Gay Purge" by Cheryl L. Reed,
    • "More Than Just Cross-Dressing: Identifying the Transgender Market" by Kipp Cheng,
    • "One Man's Tale" by Josh Hammer, Newsweek/
    • "Sleeping with the Enemy" by Flore de Préneuf,
  • Outstanding Digital Journalism Overall Coverage
    • Newsweek/ (winner)

Music & Theater

  • Outstanding Music Album
    • Become You, Indigo Girls (Epic Records)
    • Cookie: The Anthropological Mixtape, Me'shell Ndegeocello (Maverick Records)
    • Crucible, Halford (Sanctuary Records)
    • Release, Pet Shop Boys (Sanctuary Records)
    • A Wonderful World, k.d. lang & Tony Bennett (Sony Music) (winner)
  • Outstanding Los Angeles Theater
    • The Big Voice: God or Merman?
    • A Cold Coming We Had of It
    • The Day I Stood Still
    • Dementia (winner)
    • Drama Club
  • Outstanding New York Theater: Broadway and Off-Broadway
    • Elle
    • The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia? (winner)
    • Kilt
    • A Man of No Importance
    • Take Me Out
  • Outstanding New York Theater: Off-Off-Broadway
    • A to B
    • Rhapsody in Seth
    • Single Wet Female
    • Spanked!
    • Zanna, Don't! (winner)
  • Outstanding Washington DC Theater
    • Corpus Christi (winner)
    • Glory Box
    • Hedwig and the Angry Inch
    • The Laramie Project
    • Not As Cute As Picture


Presenting Sponsor: Absolut Vodka

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