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Poster of TV show The Sandman season 1.

If you’re looking for a show with a great representation of women and LGBTQ+ characters, Netflix’s new series “The Sandman” is a great choice.

The show tells the story of Morpheus, the titular Sandman, who rebuilds his kingdom after being held captive for a century.

Throughout the series, we see a wide variety of characters, including strong women and LGBTQ+ protagonists. This makes “The Sandman” a great pick for anyone looking for great representation on screen.

Not only does the series do a great job of representing female and LGBTQ+ characters, but it also has an engaging plot and great production values.

Published in TV Movies

“Pick Up” TV series is now online!

"Pick Up" is a new web series that follows the story of Erin, a woman who is struggling to move on after her painful breakup. Through a series of chaotic and hilarious events, Erin will discover her true self and learn to pick up the pieces. "Pick Up" is funny, relatable, and ultimately empowering. Check out the first episode below.

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Watch In The Heights movie.

Unlike the original musical, “In the Heightsmovie will feature a lesbian couple.

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the last of us part 2 queer romance

Released in 2013 by Naughty Dog and regularly described as a masterpiece, The Last Of Us is an action game that has revolutionized video games with its exceptional LGBTQ+ representation.

Good news! An equally queer second part has just been released!

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the new mutants

Last week, I was telling you about a rumor that announces the upcoming creation of a lesbian Star Wars series centered on the character of Dr. Alpha from the association between Marvel/Disney and Star Wars.

Since the takeover of Marvel by Disney and the merger with Fox, LGBTQ inclusion seems to be on their agenda! It’s super exciting!

Today here’s news from Marvel/Disney: John Boone’s movie ‘The New Mutants’ will feature a relationship between two women.

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glaad where are we on tv 2019

GLAAD and Harris Poll’s ‘Accelerating Acceptance’ study shows that 20% of Americans aged 18-34 identify themselves as LGBTQ+, but in 2018, only 8.8% of the characters were from the LGBTQ community.

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