The Life and Death of Lexa
Jason Rothenberg

Well said.

It’s rare for a producer and storyteller to step back and create a dialogue with their fans, especially about a subject they are being criticized for. Thank you for that.

I don’t believe for a second that the writers had any ill intent towards the LGBTQ community in Lexa’s narrative. This is one of the most inclusive shows I’ve seen, and it’s one of my favourite aspects of the show. That, and the Beautiful Creepster, of course.

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