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This Ship Won’t Sink: Why Carmilla‘s #Hollstein is the Anti-Clexa

Carmilla creates conflict through relationship struggles combined with the stress of dealing with powerful, ever-shifting enemies, rather than killing off LGBTQIA characters for shock value.
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