LGBT characters

While the MPAA might have hindered Babbit's complete creative freedom, the message still got through to those who needed
This isn't the first possible queer revelation in a popular entertainment series to make the rounds on the Internet over
In a 2013 episode of the live action Disney/ABC series "Once Upon a Time," Mulan seemed to acknowledge her bisexuality by
Even though Tamblyn doesn't think her character's sexuality is especially notable, the role is special in that it's a unique
Creator Ryan Murphy ("Glee," "American Horror Story") laughed off the criticism at the time. Cole points to a number of other
The History Channel posted the lowest percentage of LGBT-inclusive content of any network tracked in this year's NRI, with only 3 percent containing any kind of LGBT impression. It's a world of difference from TLC, where 20 percent of programming contained some kind of LGBT impression.
Keep your LGBT Adult Swim fix going with Huffington Post Gay Voice's interview with "Superjail!" co-creator Christy Karacas
The 2012 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) is underway this week, which means millions of gamers around the world are salivating
When our LGBT youth watch television and movies, we want them to see characters they would be proud of, not tragic figures who are surrounded by negative circumstances. They deserve to see normal, everyday characters who happen to be gay.
We caught up with half-Puerto Rican actress Naya Rivera backstage at the GLAAD Awards on Saturday night in New York City
A string of TV series that portray well-rounded LGBT characters has helped challenge stereotypes and set the table for acceptance. Unfortunately, there have not been many TV series that portray LGBT African Americans.
The number of scripted LGBT series regulars on cable networks is also down from 35 in the 2010-2011 season, to 28 this season