LGBT Fans Deserve Better
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LGBT Fans Deserve Better Home Featured Pledge Fundraiser Community News Contact LGBT Fans Deserve Better LGBT+ fans everywhere deserve better than the state of LGBT+ representation in the media today. We encourage anyone who supports the better representation and handling of LGBT characters and stories in the media to join us in our movement. We want content creators everywhere to understand that LGBT + characters are not expendable, they are not only tertiary characters, and LGBT+ relationships are not stepping stones for “real” heterosexual relationships. Storytellers can do better, and we want creators and viewers alike to commit to demanding better. Editing/Graphics/Sound: @tazpants | Concept/Research: @asset_6741 Featuring original art from: @TatyLovegood Heda, may we meet again. Your fight is over, ours is just beginning. Members and allies of the LGBT community are demanding that TV and media stop introducing queer characters only to consistently kill them in senseless and shocking ways. Lesbians are not unfamiliar with dying鈥攁nd dying violently鈥攊n the media. An alarming 31% of lesbian or bisexual characters on American scripted TV shows between 1976-2016 ended up dead. A further 38% were simply guest characters or written off with no resolution, whilst only 10% got a “happy ending”. With the list of dead lesbian/bisexual characters now at 155 (and counting), LGBT fans demand better from media creators. These deaths almost always serve to further the plot or to provide character development for more central characters left to process the shock of the loss. The tipping point was the unnecessary death of Lexa (Alycia Debnam-Carey) on The 100, a series on the CW Network which caters to genre shows and teen audiences. Since the airing of episode 3脳07 on March 3rd, 2016, forums and social media outlets have been flooded with outcry over the mishandling of a beloved fictional character who served as a beacon in the lives of many young LGBT and non-LGBT persons. Fans of the show 鈥?and even members of the LGBT community not previously involved with it, are upset not just due to the nature of the death itself which played into the harmful 鈥?a href="" target="_blank">Bury Your Gays鈥?or 鈥淒ead Lesbian鈥?media trope, but also due to a false sense of security derived from the repeated baiting by the writers on popular social media sites. Read More Featured A trope by any other name… Bury Your Gays A trope by any other name… Aug 08, 2016 Bury Your Gays A trope is by definition, a pattern in storytelling. Lesbian and bisexual women are killed off at alarming rates, usually soon after finding happiness. TV shows don鈥檛 exist in a vacuum and each of these shows add to the trope and contribute to the overall TV landscape in the same way. The Lexa Pledge: Misunderstandings and a fan perspective LGBT Fans, The Lexa Pledge The Lexa Pledge: Misunderstandings and a fan perspective Jul 21, 2016 LGBT Fans, The Lexa Pledge In the last couple of months the 鈥楤ury Your Gays鈥?trope has garnered a lot of attention, both within the entertainment industry and from a broader media perspective. More recently The Lexa Pledge has been joined in the conversation not only in the media but also in discussions within writers rooms and writer interviews. There seems to be a big misunderstanding regarding The Lexa Pledge and what it specifically asks for. I feel that it is important to clear up. Broadcast Network TV: 2015-2016 Stats Broadcast Network TV: 2015-2016 Jun 28, 2016 Stats List of all lesbian and bisexual female characters featured on scripted broadcast TV in the 2015-2016 season. Of the 1936 main/recurring characters, only 34 of were lesbian/bisexual women 鈥?our rate of representation is 1.75%, and 13 (38%) of those are dead at the end of the season. Support Positive LGBT Representation T-Shirt! LGBT Fans, The Lexa Pledge Support Positive LGBT Representation T-Shirt! Jun 24, 2016 LGBT Fans, The Lexa Pledge We鈥檝e created a shirt so everyone can proudly announce their support for positive LGBT representation in the media while also highlighting The Lexa Pledge. Our hope is that these shirts can help spread the word about the movement and create a dialogue. LGBT+ characters are neither disposable nor expendable, and it is time society become further aware that fact. The CW Breakdown 2015-2016 Stats The CW Breakdown 2015-2016 Jun 20, 2016 Stats While not the deadliest network, the lesbian/bi characters killed on The CW this season had arguably the most impact on the fan community. The CW featured 11 lesbian/bisexual female characters, 8 of which had main/recurring roles, out of 298 main/recurring total characters. 5 of them are dead at the end of the season. 鈥淥range Is The New Black鈥?Broke Everybody鈥檚 Heart To Teach Idiots A Lesson Jun 20, 2016 Autostraddle, Bury Your Gays (Warning: Orange is the New Black Season 4 Spoilers) The show used a white woman as an entry point into a deeply corrupt prison-industrial complex, but the writers made a hard and almost immediate pivot into examining the lives of women who have been victimized by the system way worse than Piper. Pennsatucky: raped by a guard. Alex: nearly killed by a guard. Watson: sent to SHU by a guard for refusing an invasive pat-down.聽 Trish: exploited and killed by a drug-dealing guard. Nicky: same, except no murder. Daya: impregnated then abandoned by a guard. Sophia: forsaken by the warden... A trope by any other name… Featured, LGBT Fans A trope by any other name… The Lexa Pledge: Misunderstandings and a fan perspective Featured, LGBT Fans, News, Pledge The Lexa Pledge: Misunderstandings and a fan perspective Broadcast Network TV: 2015-2016 LGBT Fans, TV Breakdown Broadcast Network TV: 2015-2016 Support Positive LGBT Representation T-Shirt! Featured, Pledge Support Positive LGBT Representation T-Shirt! Latest Tweets We Deserved Better Thanks to everyone who grabbed one of our shirts! We've now raised over $137,000 for @TrevorProject! Retweeted by LGBT Fans reply retweet 105 favorite 172 Lisa Steinberg Check out my new @HuffPostEnt blog on @PLLTVSeries and #LGBT! #PLL #PrettyLittleLiars Retweeted by LGBT Fans reply retweet 13 favorite 29 NYT Opinion We are taught that being queer is inherently tragic. It isn't. Retweeted by LGBT Fans reply retweet 199 favorite 235 WE BELIEVE THAT THINGS CAN CHANGE 0 STRAIGHT TV CHARACTERS 00 0 LESBIAN/ BISEXUAL TV CHARACTERS DEAD 00 0 LESBIAN/ BISEXUAL TV CHARACTERS HAPPY ENDINGS 000 0 LESBIAN/ BISEXUAL TV CHARACTERS WE DESERVE BETTER News TV Characters’ Rising Death Toll Reveals Troubling Pattern Jun 05, 2016 NPR High Death Tolls on Television Hint At Larger Problems in Narrative Storytelling Jun 03, 2016 Inverse Is Killing Lesbians and Turning Them Into Artificial Intelligences the Hot New TV Trend? Jun 02, 2016 io9 All the TV character deaths of 2015-’16, in one chart Jun 01, 2016 Vox The Pledge TV producers discuss The Lexa Pledge at Writers鈥?Guild panel May 09, 2016 Hypable TV Producers Address 鈥淏ury Your Gays鈥?Trope, The Lexa Pledge at Writers Guild Panel May 07, 2016 The Mary Sue ‘Bury Your Gays’ Trope Stumps Panelists at Writers Guild Event May 06, 2016 The Hollywood Reporter Pledge to Do Better May 02, 2016 Dorothy Snarker Community I grew up in Saudi Arabia and then Pakistan. The first time I knew there was a name for people like me was when I accidentally stumbled upon a youtube video of Pepa and Silvia from Los Hombres De Paco. That is when I first realized I was not alone, I was not unnatural, not... Sara Jamil I’m a sixteen year old girl who just found myself. It was around January when I decided that I was gay. It took so long for me to figure it out, but when the episodes of the 100 came out, I was scared to tell my parents, seeing as my grandma who lives with us... Alexis I was born and raised in one of the most conservative states in the US, and still go to school here. My coming out was drawn out over many years as I tried to understand who I was. When I got to University I found a larger and more vocal community in my school, but... Krianna Bell Read more JOIN THE MOVEMENT We encourage anyone who supports the better representation and handling of LGBT characters and stories in the media to join us in our movement. Anyone, no matter the position they find themselves in; critic, viewer, writer, production staff are welcome to join us in spreading our message. We also ask any media outlets or journalism sites to consider bringing attention to our cause and spread our message to as many people as possible. Donate Leskru is raising money for The Trevor Project, the only national organization providing suicide prevention services to LGBTQ youth in crisis. Pledge As a member of the television/media industry, please indicate your commitment to improving LGBTQ representation in the media by signing the pledge. Learn What Happened Learn the context for fans outrage over聽The 100鈥檚 perpetuation of damaging tropes. Email Facebook Twitter Google+ YouTube Tumblr HomeFeaturedPledgeFundraiserCommunityNewsContact This is an LGBTQ initiative, and has not received official endorsement from The 100 or the CW network, or any affiliates thereof. This is a movement organized by fans as a result of their feelings and opinions regarding The 100's objectionable treatment of their LGBT characters and audience. Our logo may not be used to endorse any product or service without express permission. The name, logo, website design & contents are trademark & copyright of the LGBT Fans Deserve Better鈩?movement (pending final approval of the application of registration pursuant to Title 17 of the United States Code). It may not be reproduced by any means or in any form whatsoever without written permission. Everything stated represents The LGBT Fans Deserve Better鈩?Movement and therefore will only be used solely for the movement. Whois

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