Almost five years later, the number of lesbian and bisexual television characters has significantly increased — current examples include Willow on Buffy, Dr. House states that this is her defense mechanism, because if she can convince herself that she would have been miserable either way, she does not need to resent the fact that her life is full of misfortune rather than fortune. While Thirteen's name was originally intended to be revealed during the story arc, the production team decided against doing so. She later tells Masters, "the real reason I was gone is not something I want to share. Chase convinces her to let him help, and Thirteen admits to him that she was in prison for killing her brother. Concept and creation[ edit ] ""Thirteen" is hidden, and hasn't yet revealed very much about herself.
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Some personal highlights have been meeting people—musicians, actors, writers, producers, directors—who not only know exactly what AfterEllen is but tell me how much they love it. But possibly most of all thank you for helping me find all of you. Trish Bendix I've been with AfterEllen since , so 6 years after it was first created by Sarah Warn and only a year or so after it was bought by Logo. So many queer women have lost a place to go for news, information and community. The introduction of these characters enticed a right-wing fundamentalist protest campaign. On a personal note, AfterEllen changed my life.
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Michele Greene later told AfterEllen that the kiss was a ratings ploy and the show never intended to explore lady-on-lady romance. Her partner is never seen onscreen, but she does get sperm from a male cast member so they can make a baby. After Friday, there will no longer post regular daily content posted. AE showed me that there were gay women out there with my same interests and ideas.
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Description: The same aspirations and the same frustrations. Having just come out that year, I realized that was something that not only I could do, but wanted to do. This episode told the true story of Virginia teenager Heidi Leiter, who took her girlfriend to prom. Michele Greene later told AfterEllen that the kiss was a ratings ploy and the show never intended to explore lady-on-lady romance.