LGBTI characters in film are as male and white as ever, according to a new report from GLAAD.
The annual Studio Responsibility Index, which surveys the seven major studios, has found a very small improvement on last year.
20 of the 114 movies (17.5%) had characters who identified as lesbian, gay or bisexual, up from 2013 when that percentage was 16.7%.
None of these films included a transgender character.
But while it is still technically an improvement, GLAAD said this means a larger breadth of LGBTI stories are still not being told.