GLAAD Report Shows Increase In Gay And Lesbian Representation In Major Studio Films, Absence Of Trans And Lgbtq People Of Color

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On Thursday morning, GLAAD released its seventh annual Studio Responsibility Index which sheds some light on the quantity, quality, and diversity of Lgbtq people in films released by the seven largest motion picture studios and their subsidiaries during the 2018 calendar year — and it was a good year for Lgtbq representation.

Even though there was an increase in queer inclusion in film, the representation still is an uphill battle. All of this was addressed in the full report and in a forum co-hosted by Endeavor Content held in Los Angeles with GLAAD President and CEO Sarah Kate Ellis, transgender actress Jamie Clayton, executive chairman and founder of Exile Content Isaac Lee and Black List founder Franklin Leonard.

“We are honored to host the second annual forum with GLAAD,” said Endeavor Content Co-President Graham Taylor. “The results of their Sri show promise, but we still have more work to do.
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