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Just in time to celebrate Pride Month, Writer’s Relief brings you Megan Rose Gedris’s blog post about her personal thoughts on how to write believable, sympathetic, interesting gay characters:
I hear a lot from other writers about how they would love to include gay characters in their stories, but they’re too afraid of screwing them up, so they don’t try. And that’s no good. I don’t like seeing people discouraged from including entire groups of people in their stories. So let’s fix things, eh?
Read more of this article here.
Question: Have you ever written gay characters?