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This Character from ‘Feel Good' is Messy, Traumatized, and the Representation I Needed

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It’s not every day that you come across shows with queer main characters that are thought-provoking and not just used as a token or plot device, which made it particularly refreshing to find a relatable character in the TV show “Feel Good.” The character of Mae, who also happens to be the character the show is centered around, is forced to face her past trauma, issues with connection and vulnerability, and explore her gender identity.

As someone who has dealt with all of those things, I found myself emotional while watching the show — Mae is an absolute mess, but I could completely understand why she did the things she did, and I felt like it was an important representation to have.

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