Rebecca Sugar
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Rebecca Sugar is an animator, writer, musician, and creator of the groundbreaking animated series Steven Universe. They are the first non-male ever to create their own series on Cartoon network, which featured the first ever engagement and wedding between same-sex characters. Rebecca has won several GLAAD awards, a Peabody and has received multiple Emmy nominations. In this episode, Rebecca and Liz discuss the importance of making wholesome LGBTQ+ content; their role in educating children - and their parents - via entertainment; the censorship an internationally syndicated animated kid’s show faces and the upcoming Steven Universe movie. Be sure to follow us on IG @TheSexEd and visit for more!
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