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November 2016

GLAAD to see more LGBTQ roles on television

While 4.8% of regular characters on broadcast television are queer — up from 4% last year — characters from all programming platforms still suffer from stereotypical and harmful tropes. Sarah Kate Ellis, president and CEO [...]

There are more LGBTQ characters on television than ever, but GLAAD says TV ‘failed queer women’

GLAAD cites record-high LGBTQ representation in its annual report on television diversity, but the media advocacy group says that television “failed queer women” this year, killing off a staggering number of lesbian and bisexual female characters. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/arts-and-entertainment/wp/2016/11/03/there-are-more-lgbtq-characters-on-television-than-ever-but-glaad-says-tv-failed-queer-women/?postshare=8051478199850064&tid=ss_tw-bottom&utm_term=.4c08975fb221

August 2016

Women Who Love Women Aren’t Tragic

On television, according to Autostraddle, a queer- and trans-centered website, 35 percent of us end up dead. Only 16 percent arrive at any sort of happy ending. Contrary to common argument, these stories are not [...]

June 2016

May 2016