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In Its Third Season "Transparent" Strives for Intersectionality With Mixed Results

Amelia Ayrelan Iuvino   This article contains plot details of the third season of Transparent In the first episode of Transparent’s third season, it appears that the show is beginning to deal with questions of intersectionality by examining race and class and other kinds of privilege more directly. Maura, who is volunteering at an LGBTQ center’s help line, receives a call from a young trans woman in foster care named Elizah who says she’s thinking about suicide.
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