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Directors Turn to the Web to Fully Develop LGBT Characters

Over the past few years, we’ve seen more and more LGBT characters on TV, from “Will and Grace” to “Modern Family.” But many argue that intimacy between LGBT characters is still missing, often making directors go to the internet to carry out these story lines. Directors Jon Marcus of “Hunting Season,” Adam Goldman, writer and director of “The Outs” and “Whatever This Is,” and Christina Raia, co-creator of “Kelsey,” talk to Alicia Menendez about writing intimate scenes for LGBT characters.

Directors Turn to the Web to Fully Develop LGBT Characters

Over the past few years, we’ve seen more and more LGBT characters on TV, from “Will and Grace” to “Modern Family.” But many argue that intimacy between LGBT characters is still missing, often making directors go to the internet to carry out these story lines. Directors Jon Marcus of “Hunting Season,” Adam Goldman, writer and director of “The Outs” and “Whatever This Is,” and Christina Raia, co-creator of “Kelsey,” talk to Alicia Menendez about writing intimate scenes for LGBT characters.

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