At Saturday's GLAAD Media Awards hosted by Glee's Naya Rivera, Sex and the City star Kim Cattrall joked she wanted to become a lesbian.

At the final installment of the media watchdog group's award show, Cattrall was honored with the group's Golden Gate Award, which is presented to a media professional who, through his or her work, has increased the visibility and understanding of the LGBT community.

“Kim Cattrall has not only grown acceptance of our community through storylines on shows like Sex and the City, but used her platform to speak out for equality,” said GLAAD President Jarrett Barrios in a statement. “We are proud to honor such a talented and passionate advocate.”

In accepting her award, Cattrall said she was so moved that she considered switching teams.

“After listening to all of your speeches and heartfelt stories I considered taking Michael Bader aside, my shrink, and confessing to him that I want to become a lesbian,” she said to loud cheers.

“I can only do so much for the cause,” she added. “Well, maybe I should think about that for a little while.”

Winners included: The Kids Are All Right for best film, 8:The Mormon Proposition for best documentary and Christina Chavez for best Spanish-Language music artist.

Rivera told the crowd that “playing gay is good in every way.”