Hollywood hasn’t gotten any better about LGBTQ inclusivity onscreen
Hollywood isn’t just dragging its feet when it comes to LGBTQ representation. In 2017, it actually took a step back.
According to GLAAD’s annual Studio Responsibility Index, the percentage of mainstream releases featuring queer characters actually dropped to 12.8% in 2017, down from 18.4% the year before.
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That’s just 14 of the 109 films released by the seven major studios (Fox, Universal, Warner Bros., Disney, Sony, Lionsgate, and Paramount). Indeed, the 2017 percentage is the lowest ever tallied by GLAAD since it started releasing these annual report cards in 2012. Read more…More about Movies, Glaad, Entertainment, Movies Tv Shows, and Identities
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