There’s a bisexual woman in “Bones” and a lesbian couple on “The Goode Family,” an upcoming animated comedy. “Dirty Sexy Money” features a transsexual and “Brothers & Sisters” a gay marriage. In “Mad Men,” the Emmy-winning drama set in the early ’60s, there’s Salvatore Romano, a self-loathing homosexual who marries a woman but pines for a male co-worker.
Never before have gay story lines been so prominent. Nor have there ever been so many gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender characters on television — 83 by a recent count from the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, not counting reality shows, daytime dramas or gay-oriented cable networks.
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