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08/31/2010

Video: Gee, 'A', why? Because reality fluff's not just for 'Housewives'

by Jeremy Hooper

This writer likes escapist TV as much as the next guy (Can you believe that Theresa and Danielle throwdown?!). But not gonna lie: Wish Logo would pair its escapist television with a few more offerings that refuse to let an activist conscience/consciousness escape its viewers minds.

Because yes, Logo may be a lifestyle network in the style of so many others on the dial. But it's also the openly LGBT network. In this still all-too-persecutory climate, considerations on the needless controversies that accompany certain existences need to be a part of everyone's pro-LGBT programming.

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