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Michelle Roger

Meet Michelle Roger on this week’s episode of ReFramed!Michelle is a writer, artist, photographer and model who is passionately pushing for better representation of people with disability in those industries. She has also been using her platform on social media to run a project called “Up and Dressed”, which explores fashion and disability.Joined by Steph and Jason, Michelle helps us analyse the show ‘The L Word Gen Q’, which features Jillian Mercado. The show is a sequel series to ‘The L Word’ which aired from 2004 to 2009 and amassed a huge fan base. Similar to its predecessor, this series follows the lives of a queer group of friends who live in Los Angeles, California.Here at ReFramed, we absolutely LOVE Jillian Mercado – and we think you’ll love this episode!

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