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In the pilot of Ilene Chaiken’s seminal series The L Word, one can view almost every lesbian stereotype known to woman. Androgynous womaniser Shane parties all night on the lesbian scene, sports dyke Dana is struggling with coming out to her parents, Alice fends off biphobic comments from her lesbian friends while navigating her extensive…
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