‘The 100’ Hammered By #LGBTFansDeserveBetter

Christina St Jean - Author
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Mar. 1 2017, Updated 3:01 a.m. ET

Jason Rothenberg, creator of the show The 100, is under serious fire currently from the LGBT community. On the March 3 episode of The 100, a fan favorite character, Lexa, who was an out lesbian, finally got a chance to have her relationship with the character Clarke, only to be killed by the end of the episode. Now, both Rothenberg and The 100 have been targeted by a movement called #LGBTFansDeserveBetter.

https://twitter.com/Chrmdpoet/status/708150564039696384

In a March 8 article by Blastr writer Dany Roth, it is explained why the death of this character is so significant in the context of LGBT characters and why Rothenberg, as of March 8, lost 15,000 Twitter followers because of the death of the character.

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