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Loud & Queer: Too much subtext, not enough text

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Elizabeth and Laura continue their discussion from last week about their frustrations with queer media representation. They explore queer stereotypes from hyper-sexualisation to vilification, the importance of a multitude of queer people and personalities, and whether Link from The Legend of Zelda franchise is a non-binary icon (the short answer is yes).

Also featured is this week’s news bulletin for all things LGBT+ across the globe and a chatty froth or not which spans queer relationships in Assassin’s Creed to a new hit show about the HIV epidemic on Stan. 

Contributors

Presenters: Laura Green and Elizabeth Busch
Producer: Laura Green
Music: Sammy Perryman

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