Media Representations of Intellectual Disability
Characters with intellectual disabilities largely act as metaphors to facilitate unification of heterosexual family units. A character often symbolizes constructs of love, devotion, and family to others. An individual’s sexual agency is secondary to their ability to inspire their family members and friends to overcome their own personal crises and conflicts.
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