In all seriousness, seven non-heterosexual female characters almost all of whom had names! The feeling that Hollywood has rules for representation is, of course, more than a feeling. Into the s, the application of the Hays Code often took the form of the marginalization of gay characters by numbers: if a show had non-heterosexual characters, it seemed to be capped at two, max three. Two to make a pair, the third to add some love triangle drama. It is obvious both quantitatively and qualitatively that the pernicious effects of the Hayes Code have been slowly being rolled back for some time, with a rapid acceleration of the trend in the last two years.
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Love in and of itself is no different whether two people are the same sex or not, but the roadblocks that a same sex couple has to face are a lot different than a heterosexual couple. Here are a few of the most iconic lesbian couples to ever grace our television screens. Brittany and Santana Glee Glee never shied away from same sex relationships.
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