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After parts one and two in New York and Los Angeles, the 22nd Annual GLAAD Meida Awards came to an end Saturday with the final awards show in San Francisco.

Sex and the City star Kim Cattrall was honored with the Golden Gate Award for her public support of LGBT causes over the years. The Kids Are Alright won Outstanding Film, Dustin Lance Black’s 8: The Mormon Proposition won Outstanding Documentary and AT&T took home the Corporate Leader Award.

Below is a video of Cattrall’s acceptance speech:

The night was hosted by Naya Rivera (she plays Santana on Glee). Here’s a video of her opening the show:

You see a full list of winners from all three of the 2011 GLAAD Media Awards shows here.

UPDATE (5/16): More acceptance speeches from San Fran have been posted on YouTube.

Up first is Dustin Lance Black’s passionate acceptance speech for 8: The Mormon Proposition. He eloquently speaks about the homosexuality-versus-religion debate and how The Mormon Church making strides towards acceptance as a result of the film.

And next, “Mexican pop sensation” Christian Chavez accepts the Outstanding Spanish Language Music Artist award from Mario Lopez.


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