From Bridget Liszewski of The TV Junkies:
Queer Representation on TV: Noelle Carbone
“Proper representation is important because it’s what I needed when I was a scared, confused, questioning teenager. I didn’t know any gay people growing up. The only LGBTQ representation I saw was on TV–fictional characters like Ellen Morgan (Ellen), Willow Rosenberg (Buffy) and Jack McPhee (Dawson’s Creek). If those characters had all been murdered, that would’ve really messed me up. I guess I worry that we’re messing up a generation of queer and questioning kids and inadvertently telling them that they’re worthless and disposable.” Continue reading.
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