It looks like LGBTQ acceptance in the United States is on its way down in the latest survey by the gay rights organization GLAAD. And it's all Trump's fault.
GLAAD finds in their 2017 study that LGBTQ representation on TV has improved at an all-time high, but still lacking diverse and complex LGBTQ characters.
GLAAD and HRC aren't happy with a facial recognition AI study that supposedly identifies a person's sexual orientation. What do you think?
Ally Week was established to let everyone know-- both LGBT and their straight allies-- that they can take part in the fight against discrimination.
As more queer characters appear on TV, we decided to look back at some of the better LGBT representation on TV, specifically with TV sitcoms.
With the dearth of LGBT characters in TV and movies, fans are urging that an iconic character needs a boyfriend: Captain America. Because why the hell not?
GLAAD reports the track record of LGBT visibility in media isn't any better last year with LGBT characters drastically decreased across 2015 films.
The importance of LGBT films can be seen in movies in general and how they shape our lives as we grow up-- and LGBT film awards help bring this about.
With the rise of net and cable shows, do you think there are enough LGBT TV show and movie characters today as compared to the past few years?
A couple of LGBT surveys have come out this year, detailing the current state of the LGBT struggle as well the state of the LGBT community itself in the US.