Competitors like Parvati Shallow on the U.S. version of the reality series and Alexandra Duggan on Australia’s are changing how queer people are allowed to be seen on TV.
Nico Lang is an award-winning journalist and a contributing editor to Xtra magazine. Their work has been published in the New York Times, Rolling Stone, Esquire, The Guardian, them., Harper’s Bazaar, VICE, HuffPost, The Daily Beast, BuzzFeed, NBC News, Out, The Advocate, and the L.A. Times. Nico is also the co-editor of the bestselling BOYS anthology series, and author of The Young People Who Traverse Dimensions.
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