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Tanya. Age: 24. If you make me your choice, you will primarily get to enjoy yourself in the companion of a beautiful, intelligent young girl.
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Initially, Cable's origin was undecided and he was assumed to be a separate character. It was later decided that he was actually an older version of the child Nathan, having later become a time traveler. This makes him the "half"-brother of Rachel Summers a child of Scott and Jean from an alternate timeline who later comes to the mainstream Marvel timeline and Nate Grey a clone created from the combined DNA of Scott and Jean. The mutant terrorist Stryfe is a clone of Cable and one of his deadliest enemies. Born in the present-day, Nathan was infected with a deadly techno-organic virus while still an infant.
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Since the s, American television and cable programs have sometimes aired episodes addressing issues relating to homosexuality. Storylines in individual episodes have concerned gay rights , or perhaps more broadly, expressed what a producer or writer believes is a need for understanding and tolerance for gay, lesbian , bisexual or transgender LGBT people. Until the late s when actress Ellen DeGeneres revealed her real-life homosexuality and built this into her situation comedy, Ellen , it was relatively rare for a television series — drama or comedy — to address homosexual issues. However, a handful of programs did build individual episodes around the issue as early as the s — most notably All in the Family , which had several "gay-themed" episodes — usually either to address a certain aspect of the topic, to make the show controversial or establish a certain philosophy among the characters.
America's liberals are pinching themselves in delight and disbelief at the surprising emergence of a self-proclaimed 'butch dyke' as a star of America's cable television news. Rachel Maddow, whose publicity material describes her as 'the first openly gay Rhodes scholar', was only given her own show on the MSNBC cable network on 8 September, but she has already doubled the ratings. Thirty-five-year-old Maddow's low-key humour, rigorous research and empathetic approach has made her the overnight darling of the liberal media. One rapturous blogger called her 'the Everlasting Progressive, the Princess of News'. Maddow is also proving that a woman can be a big ratings draw on cable TV news.