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Denali responds to Drag Race season 13 “sabotage” theory
Denali responds to Drag Race season 13 "sabotage" theory
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A ctor, comedian and journalist Liz Carr is disabled and in her 40s and says: "I never see anyone on TV that I can really relate to in terms of sexuality. But if lesbian behaviour — or women's reporting of it, in any case — is now increasingly common, why aren't there more gay women in broadcast and print media? Speaking at "Lesbophobia in the Media", a debate held jointly by Women in Journalism and lesbian magazine Diva last week, Carr called for more realistic depictions of gay women on TV. She highlighted how unlikely it is for disability to be a characteristic of an on-screen lesbian. Disabled women are very much desexed.
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