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  • Batwoman series boosts LGBTQ+ representation on TV
  • Batwoman series boosts LGBTQ+ representation on TV
    Miguel Bruna (2018) ©
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Batwoman series boosts LGBTQ+ representation on TV

With Queer Eye, RuPaul’s Drag Race and a host of other shows, LGBTQ+ representation on TV has been steadily improving in recent years. And now LGBTQ+ comics fans can soon rejoice, as the TV adaptation of DC's Batwoman series will be the first superhero show to feature a lesbian lead.

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