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Episode Info: This week, the Legendary Ladies return for part two of their Roundtable Series about LGBTQA Representation in media. Amy, Kat, and Morgan welcome back guests Phil Falco, Sarah Boyce, and Lara Hedberg to continue their conversation and analysis into queer representation and dive a little deeper into some of the challenges faced by the community as they hope to see themselves on the big screen. The hosts discuss the lack of “happy endings” for members of the queer community, the prevalance and importance of coming out stories, and the responsibility creators in the film and tv industry have to increase diversity in the writers room and on screen. Additionally, the panel works to identify what qualifies as “queerbaiting”, and whether Disney is working for or against further representation in their films and groups. Amy: @Amy_Marie97 Kat: @ComicUno Morgan: @Mojotastic Tweet or DM us on twitter: @Legends_Podcast Like us? Rate us 5 stars on iTunes! Find Legends of Tomorrow Podcast on: Social Media: Facebook – @Legends_Podcast Subscribe: iTunes – Stitcher Radio – YouTube – DC TV Podcasts – Google Play – iHeartRadio Contact: thelegendspodcast@gmail.com Support: TeePublic Store Check out Kat’s Comics Like Father, Like Daughter and They Call Her…The Dancer! https://www.etsy.com/shop/ComicUno?ref=seller-platform-mcnav Back up Kat’s Kickstarter for her comic book Like Father, Like Daughter. SPECIAL DEAL FOR LEGENDARY LISTENERS: Pledge at any dollar amount, email us to show that you backed the project, and Kat will send you the digital copy for her other comic They Call Her…The Dancer #1 for FREE! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/comicuno/like-father-like-daughter-1-6?ref=user_menu...
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