Valentine's Day receives a great deal of media attention. Print and electronic press outlets nationwide share stories of couples proclaiming their love and commitment for one another. However, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender LGBT couples are often excluded from Valentine's Day media coverage—and LGBT couples of color receive even less attention in both mainstream and people of color media. GLAAD hopes that the following resources will help you produce Valentine's Day stories that reflect the true diversity of our society by including LGBT couples in the coverage of this romantic holiday. LGBT people and relationships are often excluded by the kinds of language media professionals choose to use. Consider the language used to describe couples in general: Does it assume that all couples are heterosexual?
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Any time I get to spoil Sarah a little bit extra, go on a special date and love on her a little more — I am all about it. I hope you have the most fun day and love each other even louder and prouder than you do any other day. I am obsessed with this.
No, seriously, this girl is just your friend. Stop trying to make gal pal happen! Obviously, you want to be more than friends with this girl. Dare her to love you!