For me, what makes the show so unique are the moments Valeria spends with Cristina and Paca and all the other trans women around them. It’s watching this cross-generational support among trans women that’s so important for us but so rarely portrayed on screen.
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Disability tropes are all rooted in the same failure of imagination. Most writers are simply unable to envision a world where people with disabilities live fulfilling, happy lives.