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The first Golden Age of television in the s brought livelier programs like I Love Lucy, which paved the way for decades of situational comedies based on family drama and interpersonal relationships. Despite covering a broad swath of the human experience, it would take years for TV to finally reflect the fact that not all relationships are heterosexual. It would take until for an NBC procedural to feature what was considered to be the first lesbian kiss on commercial network television. In response, some advertisers reportedly yanked their advertising , and NBC received 85 calls about the episode — more than half were negative. That was actually par for the course for L.
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The golden age of women loving women on the small screen is yet to arrive. Some of the best lesbian characters in the past come from sci-fi and superhero shows. Buffy the Vampire Slayer brought us Willow and Tara. And Doctor Who had its first openly lesbian companion last season with Bill Potts. Sci-fi has always been willing to push the boundaries of sexuality while carving out progress in space and time. Caroline Dries , a former executive producer of The Vampires Diaries, will helm the untitled Batwoman project as its primary writer.
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From network to cable to streaming, show runners, writers and producers are finding more ways to be inclusive of LGBTQ women as part of their expansive casts and, in some cases, giving them starring roles. Here are 21 shows—new and returning—that are giving gay and bi women some screen time this fall. In another episode, Malin Akerman and Orlando Bloom seek a third party on Tinder and end up spending the night with someone they already know Kate Micucci. Funny, sexy and queer-inclusive, "Easy" is perfect for your next Netflix and chill.
Talk The fight for better LGBTQ representation on television is a long, slow process, but in , it seems like things are finally starting to improve. After writers on the CW series The killed off a major lesbian character in , taking scene cues directly from a episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer , fans took their ire and created a nonprofit dedicated to seeking better LGBTQ representation in media. However, there are a handful of not-straight characters who had more than just fleeting moments of happiness on their various TV series, and that's worth celebrating. Heck, even the history of same-sex kisses on TV is worth celebrating, so we're doing exactly that.
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