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GLAAD in the News: Won’t Act on Gay Slur; GLAAD Not Buying Reasoning Does Big Gay Turnout
Associated Press-Study finds fewer gay characters on network TV
Bay Windows-GLAAD and KISS 108 partner for transgender equal rights
Blast Magazine- GLAAD’s television survey finds fewer LGBT characters on TV
Broadway World-Anthony Rapp, Christine Ebersole, et al. Set for GLAAD Amplifier Awards
CBSSports-GLAAD wants Flyer’s Simmonds to apologize for anti-gay slur LGBT characters on TV this season: GLAAD
Chicago Tribune-GLAAD survey: Gay characters fewer on TV, but more visible
CNN-GLAAD: Fewer LGBT characters on primetime
Critics Choice- Fox Most Gay-Inclusive Network, GLAAD says
Entertainment Weekly-Fox, HBO most gay-friendly networks on television, says GLAAD report
ESPN-Flyer’s Wayne Simmonds to meet with NHL this morning about slur
Fenuxe-GLAAD You Made It
Fox News-Study: New Network TV Season Has Fewer Gay Characters of LGBT characters grows on cable but declines on networks
Hollywood Reporter-Number of Gay Characters on Broadcast TV Dips
Huffington Post-GLAAD: Fox Has Most LGBT Characters on TV
International Business Times-‘Is My Son Gay’ App Has Gay Community Outraged
International Business Times-Patti Stanger Clarifies Comments on Joy Behar Show
LGBT Weekly-Fewer gay people on TV according to GLAAD
MediaPost Publications-Less ‘Glee’: Fewer LGBT Characters On TV
Mediate-GLAAD names Fox Most LGBT-Inclusive Broadcast Network
My Fox Philadelphia-GLAAD Demands Flyers Act On Gay Slur
New York Post-TV’s gay edge
New York Times-GLAAD Cites Fox as Most Inclusive of Gay and Lesbian Characters and Fox LOOOOVE The Gays!!!
Philadelphia Magazine-Where Are All the Gays on TV?
Queerty-NY Post and Fox News Tout LGBT Inclusivity in GLAAD Study. Has Hell Frozen Over?
Reuters-GLAAD Study: Fewer Characters With Disabilities
Reuters-League says can’t verify slur, Simmonds not disciplined
SheWired-GLAAD’s ‘Where We Are on TV’ Report: Women and Lesbians Underrepresented
The GA Voice-GLAAD celebrates 25 years with local gala, awards
Towleroad-Why Would Networks Not Include Gay Characters? Has the Most Gay Characters, says GLAAD
TV Guide-GLAAD: Fox, HBO Are Most LGBT-Inclusive Networks
USA Today-GLAAD: Fewer gay, bisexual characters on TV
Washington Post-Study finds fewer gay characters on broadcast and cable scripted shows