Glee and Modern Family tied for outstanding comedy at Sunday's GLAAD Media Awards. Chris Colfer and Mike O'Malley accepted the award on behalf of the Fox musical-comedy Glee, while Modern Family stars Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Julie Brown and Ariel Winter accepted on behalf of the ABC Wednesday night comedy.

The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation's (GLAAD) 22nd Annual Media Awards show in Los Angeles was co-hosted by Amy Poehler and Rashida Jones, stars of the NBC comedy Parks & Recreation.

Colfer's Kurt Hummel was Glee's first student to come out gay, but he's since been joined by out-and-proud Dalton Academy student Blaine Anderson, played by Darren Criss, and Santana, played by Naya Rivera, who is just coming to terms with her sexuality.

In a recent episode, McKinley High resident bully and football player Dave Karofsky, played by Max Adler, kissed Kurt, suggesting he harbors a secret crush on Kurt.

And two yet-to-be-seen characters are also gay. Broadway-bound diva Rachel Berry, played by Lea Michele, has two dads.

Kurt and Blaine are now romantically involved. The couple's first kiss sparked outrage from Saturday Night Live alum Victoria Jackson.

Modern Family features a gay couple, played by Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Eric Stonestreet, raising their adoptive daughter Lily.

Broadway legend Kristin Chenoweth and NBC Entertainment Chairman Robert Greenblatt were honored for their gay rights advocacy.