Posts by Megan Townsend, Director of Entertainment Research & Analysis

GLAAD's 'Where We Are on TV' report highlights why #RepresentationMatters

GLAAD released its annual Where We Are on TV report; a comprehensive forecast of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and/or queer (LGBTQ) characters expected in primetime, scripted programming in the 2017-18 television season.

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Celebrate #SpiritDay with your fave Freeform stars!

All your favorite Freeform stars and series are supporting LGBTQ youth this #SpiritDay, join them by going purple now!

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69th Emmy Awards: Lena Waithe makes history; Kate McKinnon, 'San Junipero,' and more win

The 69th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards aired live on CBS tonight, and included wins for several LGBTQ actors, creators, and inclusive series.

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Studio Responsibility Index | End of Summer Update: LGBTQ people are practically invisible at the box office

LGBTQ people are still nearly invisible in the films released by the seven major studios over this summer. Of the 25 major studio films released between June 1 and September 1, only two films actually included queer characters.

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Out actors and creators vying for Emmy gold

The 69th Annual Emmy Awards are coming up next month, and several out actors, writers, and creators are hoping to bring home that trophy.

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69th Emmy nominees: Lena Waithe, 'San Junipero,' 'Brown Girls,' 'Bill Nye Saves the World' and more!

Check out the LGBTQ creators and inclusive series that picked up nominations for the 69th Annual Emmy Awards, airing September 17.

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GLAAD Studio Responsibility Index: Memorial Day Update: Paramount's 'Baywatch' opens summer blockbuster season with stale gay jokes

GLAAD's recent SRI found LGBTQ largely invisible or punchlines in 2016 major films. Hollywood continues to erase LGBTQ stories with only one of eight major releases in May's major releases including LGBTQ characters.

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GLAAD's fifth Studio Responsibility Index shows LGBTQ people nearly invisible in major Hollywood films

GLAAD finds nearly half of inclusive major releases include less than one minute of screen time for LGBTQ characters, significant decrease in percentage of LGBTQ characters of color. Read the full report now!

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