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With the support of charity Stonewall, ten recommendations were drawn up by the BBC to tackle internal LGBT issues.
Chairmen of Pride at the BBC, Karen Millington and Matt Weaver, said: “We hope this makes everyone feel included – whether genderqueer, bisexual, gay, lesbian, transgender, non-binary, pansexual, intersex, asexual, queer, questioning or an ally.” Recommendations include the establishment of “straight allies” in the company, who will advance LGBT interests.
Action is being taken over fears that a “heteronormative culture, particularly around language” was developing within the company, and that the environment was not fully supportive of LGBT staff.“An organisation that appears to have a heteronormative culture is not one that is going to cut ice with them either as a consumer or an employee.” An internal survey of 300 LGBT staff at the BBC revealed areas requiring improvement, including a heteronormative culture, a need for inclusive non-binary language, insufficient support for trans staff, and a need to “adopt LGBTQ or LGBTQ ”.Concerns were also raised that gay men were the most visible members of the LGBT community at the company, that intersectionality of race and background within the LGBT community was not reflected enough, and that there was a need for more visible LGBT leaders.This was one of a number of concerns raised by LGBT employees at the BBC, who account for about 11% of the total workforce.BBC bosses say they have acted to ensure they retain and attract the best LGBT talent as an employer, and to appeal to a younger audience as a broadcaster.