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Why LGBTQ representation should be a priority for business and media

LGBTQ representation is reaching all-time highs but media and business need to tell more diverse stories about LGBTQ lives. Image: Unsplash/@timbieler

Sarah Kate Ellis

President and Chief Executive Officer, Glaad

Hesham Zafar

Community Curator, Media, Entertainment, and Information Industries, World Economic Forum


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Sarah Kate Ellis, President and CEO of GLAAD

The overall LGBTQ representation on primetime scripted series regulars on broadcast networks has grown this year. Image: Where We Are on TV 2021-2022, GLAAD

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