Shondaland won big at Saturday's GLAAD Media Awards in Los Angeles. Scandal star Kerry Washington was presented with the Vanguard Award for her support of equal rights, and freshman series How to Get Away With Murder took home the prize for Outstanding Drama.
In the rest of the television categories, Amazon's Transparent won Outstanding Comedy, Drop Dead Diva's "Identity Crisis" episode won Outstanding Individual Episode and The Normal Heart won for Outstanding TV Movie or Mini-Series. Days of Our Lives went home with Outstanding Daily Drama, and Glee, which wrapped up its six-season run on Friday, received a Special Recognition Award.
On the film side, The Imitation Game won Outstanding Film, and Channing Tatum presented his White House Down director Roland Emmerich with the Stephen F. Kolzak Award, which honors an openly LGBT professional who promotes equality in his or her work.
The GLAAD Media Awards also honored achievements in music, books and journalism. Against Me!'s Transgender Dysphoria Blues won Outstanding Music Artist, Rat Queens won Outstanding Comic Book, Advocate.com's "31 Days of PrEP" won Outstanding Digital Journalism Article and Autostraddle won Outstanding Blog.
The rest of the winners will be announced on Saturday, May 8 at an event in New York City.
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