Nearly Invisible is the first GLAAD report that analyzes the inclusion of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) characters in primetime Spanish-language scripted television airing in the United States between July 1, 2015 and June 30, 2016. The report also analyzed the inclusion of characters of African and indigenous descent as well as characters with disabilities.
The highly-anticipated Copa América Centenario soccer tournament began on Friday in the United States, and leading Spanish-language network Univision offered an on-air message of inclusion to LGBT viewers in anticipation of a homophobic chant that could, unfortunately, be heard at the tournament.
"The same father who encouraged my dreams of being a New Yorker publicly denounced me to his church the same week I came out of the closet."
This June, GLAAD is again partnering with the ATX Television Festival and will be presenting a panel on the importance of LGBT representation on television.
GLAAD finds historic low percentage of Hollywood films pass Vito Russo Test in fourth annual Studio Responsibility Index
Se llama 'Happy Together' y saldrá al aire pronto en el canal Chileno TVN.
Shane Bitney Crone comes to New York City to visit Stonewall Inn and GLAAD at Pride!
GLAAD surveys conducted by Harris Poll show some Americans still 'very uncomfortable' with LGBT families and co-workers