LGBT folks make up roughly 40% of the homeless youth population, and a large percentage of this number is made up of Black and Latinx LGBT kids. While presenting this reality can be a burden for the few LGBT Latinx creators in mainstream television, Pose and Vida prove they are up to the task. Although their settings are separated by three decades, Pose and Vida create a direct timeline connected by the […]
“Vida” show creator Tanya Saracho says her own experiences as a Latinx woman in Hollywood motivated her to hire LGBTQ women of color to work on the show. Tonight on Nightline. @TanyaSaracho
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FX's 'Pose' is a rare miracle of a series that has pointed its sights on black and Latinx trans women enclosed by circumstance: These are people who tussle daily against the stink of intolerance, poverty, disease, and social ignorance.
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Steven Canals, the co-creator of FX’s new Ryan Murphy-produced series "Pose," writes about how his own experiences growing up an Afro-Latinx queer man in ’80s New York inspired the show https://t.co/VG3ErjqfNF #PoseFX
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