Meanwhile, Tina gets into trouble with her boss, Aaron, when the film negatives for the movie 'The Girls' which the producers changed from "Lez Girls"have been stolen from the studio and Tina gets blamed because of her frustration over the movie's new ending. We are not like everyone else. The L Word American television series debuts Canadian television series debuts American television series endings Canadian television series endings s American LGBT-related drama television series s American romance television series s Canadian drama television series s romantic drama television series African-American television American romantic drama television series Bisexuality-related television series Canadian LGBT-related drama television series English-language television programs Lesbian-related television programs LGBT culture in Los Angeles Serial drama television series Showcase network shows Showtime TV network original programs Television series by MGM Television Television series produced in Vancouver Television shows set in Los Angeles Transgender-related television programs. Those characters who do start off with more working class jobs, seem to eventually move into a more comfortable economic class status as the show progresses. Retrieved from " https: Season 3 first aired on January 8,with 12 episodes.
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Her gender identity is different from the other characters' and is truly a piece of the larger spectrum, but this identity is more fluid than it is butch, as her long hair is sometimes feminine looking and she is seen in both feminine and masculine clothing. Alice walks in on Jenny and Shane after their night of passion, and naturally does not hesitate to gossip about it to everyone she knows before they have a chance to explain. Shane McCutcheon Rose Rollins Jenny Schecter Marlee Matlin Max, added in the third season, is male-identified by the end of the season, not butch. Are we then conforming to a male gaze, i. The season also introduces Shane McCutcheonan androgynous, highly sexual hairstylist and serial heart-breaker; Alice Pieszeckia girly, bisexual journalist looking for love in any way she can, and Dana Fairbanksa professional tennis player who is still in the closet and torn between pursuing her career and finding love.