This is a list of dramatic television series including web television and miniseries that premiered in the s which feature lesbian , gay , bisexual , and transgender characters. Non-binary , pansexual , asexual , and graysexual characters are also included. The orientation can be portrayed on-screen, described in the dialogue or mentioned. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about live action drama television programs. For live action characters listed by orientation, see List of lesbian characters in television , List of gay characters in television , List of bisexual characters in television , and List of transgender characters in television. For the list of s—s series, see List of dramatic television series with LGBT characters: s—s. Wikipedia list article.
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When Tyla-Simone Crayton was a kid, her mom would have "wings and wine Wednesdays" with her aunts in their apartment in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. On one Wednesday, when Crayton was 8, her mother realized she had no sauce for the homemade chicken wings. Crayton, who calls herself a "curious kid" who was "always making inventions," decided she would try to recreate the unique, sweet-tasting sauce of her favorite wing restaurant, which had recently closed. Crayton and her mom "threw a bunch of random things" together and the resulting sauce was hit. For years after they invented it, Crayton and her mother, Monique Crayton, made the sauce for family gatherings. And for years, Crayton begged her mom to let her sell it. After all, Monique, who had multiple side hustles to make ends meet like selling handmade hats and baskets online , "shaped me and taught me about entrepreneurship and always allowed it to be an option," Crayton says.