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As a minority, you tend to look everywhere to see yourself represented.Whether it be in movies, books, TV shows, music, or life, there’s something comforting in knowing that you can see parts of yourself in others.While TV networks might pat themselves on the back for being progressive enough to include queer characters, all that progressiveness goes out the window when the writers and showrunners decide that they’ve had enough.It’s not progressive to show a lesbian character, hype her, bring in a huge LGBTQ audience, and then simply kill her off.
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It’s not progressive when we are only included to be killed.
Some might say that at least we’re getting representation, but this representation does not befit us. When first accepting that they are queer, a lot of queer youth will look to anything to see themselves represented, and it’s disheartening to know that queer youth will see their representations die.
Finding LGBTQ characters in today’s media is hard enough–in their most recent report on TV, GLAAD has reported that LGBTQ characters make up only 4.8% of the characters on broadcast TV–but finding ones that stay alive is becoming close to impossible.
Killing queer women has become so common that it has its own trope: Bury Your Gays.