The GLAAD Commentator Accountability Project (#glaadCAP) aims to provide critical context and information about anti-LGBT activists who are commonly interviewed and quoted about LGBT issues. Learn more at www.glaad.org/cap
Through our National People of Color Media Institute and advocacy work with Black and Spanish-language media, GLAAD is elevating the voices of the millions of LGBT people of color in the US while raising visibility around the everyday challenges they face when trying to participate fully in their communities.
The creation of the Where We Are on TV report in 2005 allows GLAAD to track trends and compile statistics for series regular characters on broadcast television with regard to sexual orientation, gender identity and race/ethnicity for the upcoming season. GLAAD measures the presence of LGBT characters and the visibility of the community they portray on television in upcoming scripted primetime programs; both new and returning shows. This marks the 17th year GLAAD has tracked the number of LGBT characters expected to appear in the new fall television season on both broadcast and cable networks.read more >>