That, more than anything else, is where Roswell, New Mexico gets it right, by equally putting their characters through drama, love, abuse, and character development, regardless of sexuality.
These characters often fall victim to the “bury your gays” trope, bi and pan-erasure, and a heaping helping of queerbaiting.
Were they just going to be doing shallow queerwashing as many reboots have done as a form of virtue signaling?
Queer relationships don’t need to be perfect in fiction, nor should they be, but they should be part of the process of treating queer characters as multi-dimensional, faceted people.
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