Nearly 200 LGBTQ actors in Germany, including some of the country's biggest film and TV stars, staged a mass coming-out in a German national newspaper Friday, in a public appeal for more diversity onstage and onscreen.
In interviews with the Sueddeutsche Zeitung, the actors repeat depressingly similar stories of being warned by agents, directors and producers to not come out publicly
Related, how "the studios exploited postwar anti-Semitism not only to combat the unions but also to force out the first-generation Jewish studio moguls":
This, for example!!!! pic.twitter.com/Ecj9dSegiY— Anne Helen Petersen (@annehelen) February 12, 2021