Spoiler alert: Sense8’s Jamie Clayton will be there

It is always shocking when your favorite TV show’s character gets killed off. But when that character belongs to the LGBTI community and is a woman, a writers room’s decision might feel as fitting into the ‘bury your gays’ trope.

Back in 2016, three Twitter pals created ClexaCon to protest the unprecedented number of female LGBTI characters’ deaths in 2016 – and specifically, that of Lexa, Clarke’s girlfriend on CW’s show The 100.

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