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  • TV is more diverse than ever
  • TV is more diverse than ever
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TV is more diverse than ever

TV is diversifying – the 2016-17 season will have more LGBT characters than ever. But with the surge in representation, people are calling for minority media depictions to not only go wider, but deeper, expressing the realities of LGBT people rather than using them as props for straight storylines.

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