The GLAAD Media Awards, where celebrities are handed trophies for RSVPing and television networks earn accolades for their shows based on how many zeroes their underwriting checks have, were held last night in NYC. Unlike year’s past, there are only going to be three GLAAD award ceremonies this year (thrice the fundraising!) instead of the usual four, so if you didn’t get a chance to see Ricky Martin and Andy Cohen throwing back “ROKK vodka cocktails” (we got paid $10 to write that), there’s still Los Angeles and San Francisco. But last night in New York, in an awards ceremony not televised on LOGO, True Blood won something, as did Martin (taking home both an establishment trophy and winning for his appearance on The Oprah Winfrey Show), and Anderson Cooper 360. I think it was for being gayish?