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Modern Family is hilarious, and has included prominent LGBT characters since the first episode. Gay couple Cam and Mitch (actors Eric Stonestreet and Jesse Tyler Ferguson) have won our hearts and made us laugh dozens of times, and have also generated ample debate about straight actors playing gay roles (and vice versa). Although the show is a comedy, it certainly didn't shy away from the marriage equality debate leading up to the Supreme Court ruling in June 2015 that established marriage equality nationwide. Pride has all the latest on the hit ABC comedy.

Be the Best Guncle You Can Be With the Help of This Handy Guide

The Guncle Guide is the gay uncles' rule book we never knew we needed!

'Modern Family' Creators Talk Possible Mitch & Cam Spin-Off

We're always up for more LGBTQ sitcoms.

Sarah Hyland Just Confirmed a Theory About a Bi 'Modern Family' Character

Please, please, PLEASE be true!

8 Couples Redefining Queer Relationships on TV

Love in the primetime of comedy (and drama).

15 Lesbian Moms on TV Who Paved The Way for 'The Fosters'

When audiences meet Lena and Stef, the titular, loving lesbian moms leading ABC Family's newest drama, The Fosters, they're certain to find compelling, realistic portrayals of modern, multitalented women working together to support their family.

Wendi McLendon-Covey and Michaela Watkins to Guest as Lesbian Couple on 'Modern Family'

Modern Family is getting a lesbian couple! Well, as guest stars that is. Funny ladies Wendi McLendon-Covey (Bridesmaids) and Michaela Watkins (Saturday Night Live, Enlightened) will play a lesbian couple on Modern Family’s third episode of the season.

Shot of the Day: Vanity Fair's Women of TV in Lingerie in Bed Together

There is a moment in just about every workday when we come across something sexy, gratuitous and completely pointless that we wish we could post but don't under the auspices of there being nothing lesbian about it and often there being no redeeming value. VF’s latest issue features the women of television, and on the cover, between the sheets are The Good Wife’s Julianna Margulies, Homeland’s Claire Danes, Modern Family’s Sofia Vergara and Downton Abbey’s Michelle Dockery. Bones’ Emily Deschanel, The Good Wife’s Archie Panjabi, Revenge’s Emily Van Camp, Shameless’ Emmy Rossum, Scandal’s Kerry Washington, Two Broke Girls Kat Dennings and Hawaii Five-O’s Grace Park.

Jane Lynch and The Gayest Great Emmy Moments

Emmy host Jane Lynch dropped plenty of lesbian jokes, the Lonely Island boys performed with a pirate Michael Bolton (‘Everybody freak Bill Macy!’), and Modern Family won the night for making television audiences more tolerant. And Lynch didn’t shy away from referencing being gay. When asked if she had any, “gay agenda” plans for the evening, the Glee actress explained that she was going to, "Call Rachel Maddow, and find out what time spinning is; [and] take the pick-up in for an oil change.” On second thought, the newlywed decided she would just handle the car maintenance herself.

Sofia Vergara is the New Cover Girl

Sofia Vergara, star of ABC’s Modern Family, was announced as the newest face of Cover Girl on Wednesday, reports People Magazine. Vergara joins the beautiful Cover Girl bunch, which includes the likes of Ellen DeGeneres, Taylor Swift, Queen Latifah, Drew Barrymore and, fellow Latina, Dania Ramirez. Vergara’s ads are set to debut in January of 2012.

'Modern Family's' Gay Kiss 'No Big Deal' Video

Following months of anticipation including a Facebook campaign, Modern Family characters Mitchell and Cameron finally kissed Wednesday night. They shared a low-key peck in the background of a scene between Jay and his daughter Claire. The episode as a whole explored public displays of affection and the coldness Mitchell, played by Jesse Tyler Ferguson, had learned from his father Jay (Ed O'Neill).

Lesbian Faves Land Emmy Nominations

Emmy nominations were announced Thursday morning, and gay favorites including Glee and Modern Family led the way for the prime-time television awards. The Outstanding Lead Actress in a comedy category is loaded with heavy hitters including Lea Michelle, Edie Falco, Amy Poehler, Tina Fey, Toni Collette and Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Lead actress in a drama is just as tough a race with January Jones, Mariska Hargitay, Kyra Sedgwick, Glenn Close, Julianna Margulies and Connie Britton vying for the prize. Jane Lynch, Sharon Gless and Betty White also landed nominations.