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Do you think that producing shows with gay characters (specifically on Bravo) is aiming to incorporate a wider audience (opposite of heterosexual)? Or is incorporation of gay programming widely viewed because of the idea that open-mindedness is "in" and being gay is something to covet and celebrate in today's society?

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I think that producing shows with gay characters was able to incorporate a wider audience simply because the show had gay characters (like Queer Eye and Boy Meets Boy), but in today's society where homosexuality is way more accepted, I don't think it matters as much. Someone could turn on a television show and it would just be like "oh, that person is gay, cool" and it's not a huge deal like it was before because there are more gay characters on TV.

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