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GLAAD and Bonnier Publishing USA Announce Release of Second Book in LGBTQ Children’s Book Publishing Partnership

Jack (Not Jackie), is a powerful story of family love and acceptance for trans and gender non-binary young people

New York, NY – GLAAD, the world’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) media advocacy organization, and Bonnier Publishing USA today announced the release of Jack (Not Jackie) the second book in a partnership aimed at integrating and elevating positive LGBTQ representation in children’s literature.

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Jack (Not Jackie) by Erica Silverman and illustrated by Holly Hatam is a heartwarming and gentle conversation starter about gender identity and gender expression, but more importantly, it is a story about the love between siblings and wholeheartedly accepting people for who they are. The story centers around a big sister, Susan, who learns to understand and appreciate that her younger sibling identifies as “Jack” rather than “Jackie.” The book also features a loving and supportive Mom, who listens to Jack and is patient with Susan.

“Today children of all ages are finding support and understanding from parents and caregivers when they express that their gender identity or gender expression doesn’t match the sex recorded on their birth certificate,” said Nick Adams, Director of Transgender Media and Representation at GLAAD. “The social transition portrayed in this book is simply and refreshingly a family listening to their child and following his lead as he tells them what name and pronoun he wants to use and how he wants to dress.”

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This book is a continuation of Bonnier Publishing USA’s publishing partnership with GLAAD. Jack (Not Jackie) is currently available wherever books are sold, and a portion of the proceeds from the book will go to support GLAAD’s work to accelerate acceptance for LGBTQ people. The partnership will release at least four titles per year across various genres and formats for children up to the age of 14.

GLAAD and Bonnier Publishing USA launched their partnership in May 2018, with the release of picture book Prince & Knight, by Daniel Haack and illustrated by Stevie Lewis. Prince & Knight is an “illuminating fairy tale for young readers” (School Library Journal) where a heroic prince and a brave knight defeat a dragon, save a kingdom and fall in love in the process.

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About the Authors: 
Erica Silverman is the author of the Cowgirl Kate and Cocoa early reader books, the first of which received a Theodor Seuss Geisel Honor. She loves writing, reading, and researching. She has a Master of Library and Information Science and is a librarian and a children’s book author. She lives in Los Angeles, California. Learn more about her at ericasilverman.com.

Holly Hatam is the illustrator of the #1 New York Times Bestseller, Dear Girl. Her other picture books include Made by Maxine and Tree Song. Holly lives in Whitby, Ontario, where she can be found hugging trees with her husband, Stephen, and son Linden, stuffing her pantry full of tea, and sticking her nose in the occasional book.

Purchase it here or where ever books are sold.


About GLAAD
GLAAD rewrites the script for LGBTQ acceptance. As a dynamic media force, GLAAD tackles tough issues to shape the narrative and provoke dialogue that leads to cultural change. GLAAD protects all that has been accomplished and creates a world where everyone can live the life they love. For more information, please visit www.glaad.org or connect with GLAAD on Facebook and Twitter.


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Orlando Entertainment Group, LLC launches GayMovieDB.com

Can you name over 1,000 LGBTQ+ movies? Neither could we.
Until now.

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ORLANDO, Fla., (Sep. 13, 2018) – Orlando Entertainment Group, LLC, is pleased to launch Gay Movie Database, the most comprehensive and easily navigable online database of over 1,000 titles of interest to the LGBTQ community.

From TV shows to short and feature-length films, the Database will allow users to easily discover new and old cinema that they have never previously found. One of Orlando Entertainment Group’s goals is to create exposure for media by using GayMovieDB’s vast user base.

The Database will include several special-interest categories to allow users the ability to filter titles based on a user’s preference such as “transgender” and “lesbian.”

GayMovieDB allows users to create accounts enabling them to review titles, save favorites and assign a “Queer Factor” score to each individual title. Queer Factor is Orlando Entertainment Group’s proprietary system for scoring how much of a title’s content pertains to LGBTQ themes. The database also provides the option for content creators to submit their short films to be included in the listings.

Additionally, GayMovieDB.com features listings for LGBTQ film festivals from around the world. The festival section of the site enables festival organizers to specify their event’s information, venues and the titles that they are showing. The site makes it easy for users to find pricing information and purchase tickets through the ticketing service used by the event coordinator.

GayMovieDB.com, which was launched in September, is a joint venture between Brock Cornelius, Managing Director, and Brandon Taylor, Creative Director.

“We realized this is a database that will be very helpful for the LGBTQ community,” says Taylor, who was asked in May to assist Brock in the creation of the database. “There are so many quality short films as well as full-length features that have never gained traction in the LGBTQ community. This makes it easy to discover films that the community may not previously have had a way to find.”

Brock provided his expertise in web design, while Brandon contributed the copy. The result: the Internet’s most comprehensive and easily navigable database of gay cinema.

Orlando Entertainment Group, LLC’s overall goal is to provide a comprehensive online database of gay media on the Internet—from gay cinema to literature. The company’s mission is to provide exposure never readily available to LGBTQ+ filmmakers and authors, their short and independent films, novels, and short stories.

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