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Angela Bassett does an outstanding job. To those of you who can't understand why Stella needs her groove back, you have only to look up the word mundane. No matter how much money you have or Chanel suits you own that doesn't mean you have true companionship. We all want a real connection someone to hold us, love us and tell us it will get better. And that transcends age and socio economics. Sometimes people are right on time. No one can go through the world completely alone. We never know what or how long any relationship will last so I suppose the most important thing is to seize the day. Make your own reality and Stella does that with dignity and with pride and admittedly with hesitation and fear. That's the sign of a very real character! Someone who is vulnerable. Someone you can understand even if you're not in the same situation.
Queer as Folk (2000)
Queer as some Folk
While Queer as Folk may be doing wonders to increase gay visibility in television in mainstream households across America.
It takes even larger leaps back into the cesspool of marginalization by excluding minority characters, in any capacity. Blacks, Latinos and Asians are non existent on this show although undoubtedly viewers. While the show may not be an actual account of gay life, the producers and writers still have a responsibility to all of its viewers not just some. Marginalizing already marginalized people defeats the purpose of keeping the show in production because it fails to "serve the community" in a way that is truly groundbreaking.