GLAAD, last month:

The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD)…today released its fifth annual Network Responsibility Index (NRI), a report that maps the quantity, quality and diversity of images of LGBT people on television.

GLAAD, today:

The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) today released the 16th annual Where We Are On TV report; a comprehensive review of scripted LGBT primetime characters in the 2011-2012 television season.

Two reports, both measuring the same thing but with different names, and some gay math from GLAAD. Do they assume no one is paying attention to them and won’t realize that they just did the same thing last month? (Not that I’m complaining about the prospect of people not paying attention to GLAAD.)

3 thoughts on “GLAAD vs. GLAAD”

  1. do you really think GLAAD cares about what a gay porn blogger thinks about their organization? i know the last reason i come to this site is to hear you bitch about GLADD or the newest gay blog. more porn, less bitterness. stick to what you know. dick.

    1. So, just because Zach’s primary topic of conversation is porn, that means he doesn’t have insightful commentary to share on other subjects? I’d imagine this is the sort of thing charitable contributors would like to know about where their money goes, honestly.

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