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    Gender role reversals and multiculturalism in Netflix's new adaption of Lost in Space

    There have been a lot of changes to the adaption/re-make of the classic series Lost In Space. The women now hold the most power, including a female version of "Dr Smith" and it has also introduced multiculturalism into it’s episodes, by re-creating the eldest daughter as a mixed race child, from a previous marriage. I would be very interested in reading an article based on the changes and how they represent the positive changes in societal and individual perception.

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      Thanks for the tips 🙂

      The "Write" Way

      UF has fast become my favourite genre of all time, closely followed by the fast growing in popularity genre of RH (Reverse Harem). Two of my favourite UF authors are up and coming authors, McKenzie Hunter and Linsey Hall. Both have woven incredible worlds in which to get lost in and have created leading characters that are not only deep, but develop and change throughout their series.

      Urban Fantasy’s Unique Female Hero

      While I wholeheartedly agree that Ripley from the Alien franchise was a very strong female protagonist, referring to her as celibate or virginal is way off the mark. In the first movie, she is shown more than once in skimpy underwear with her nipples protruding through her singlet. In the second she flirts with Corporal Hicks throughout the film, taking part in sexual innuendos. In the third movie, she has sex with the ex-prisoner doctor. And don’t even get me started on the fourth movie, lol!

      Representation of female celibacy in Television and Film