There are more LGBTQ characters on broadcast TV than ever before, GLAAD study says

Of 895 regular characters anticipated to get screentime on a broadcast series in the period surveyed (June 1, 2016 to May 31, 2017), 43 (or 4.8%) identified as LGBTQ, according to the organization's annual "Where We Are on TV" report. There were also 28 recurring characters who identified as LGBTQ.

That's the highest percentage of LGBTQ series regulars noted since GLAAD began tracking it 12 years ago.

Bella Thorne grateful for all the "Accepting" messages after revealing she is bisexual

On Tuesday afternoon, a Twitter follower posed a personal question to the actress: "Are you bisexual? @BellaThorne." Using just one word, Bella responded with the word "Yes."

The message immediately got support from hundreds of fans including Ariel Winter who Retweeted the conversation.