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Leo Rico

Leo Rico

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Moment of bravery at the vet

THIS LITTLE MUNCHKIN OH LORDD

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Moment of bravery at the vet

THIS LITTLE MUNCHKIN OH LORDD

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Teen Wolf and LGBT representation

Saw this posted at Towleroad.com  where they discussed this article. I see no lies

There is no meaningful LGBT representation on Teen Wolf. All LGBT characters are background, of which there have only been four - who’ve enjoyed approximately 20 minutes of screentime out of 57 one-hour episodes. None of the characters are important to the story, proven by the erasure of Danny throughout this season - the only reoccuring gay character of the series.

The actors may think they are on a progressive show regarding LGBT representation, but Teen Wolf is not inclusive.

It’s easy to say that Beacon Hills exists free of homophobia when your gay characters are scarce as hens teeth.

LGBT characters are trotted out on this show to display their sexuality then exit the scene. So sick of Jeff Davis (the showrunner) patting himself on the back for a show that is only progressive if it had aired 10 years ago.

I can forgive the cast because, really, what were they going to say? But don’t you believe its true. Just read the comments on that Advocate article if you want to learn the truth.

I realize that we are desperate for representation in TV, but it is not unreasonable to expect substantive representation instead of LGBT characters defined by their sexuality. Teen Wolf is tokenism, nothing more and not at all worthy of praise.

The comments at the article are even more critical.

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