Netflix has removed the LGBTQ+ tag from Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story -- Ryan Murphy's dramatization of serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer's life -- after some noted that the categorization was inappropriate.
Quickly after the show's release, social media users began to complain about the tag, which was intended to reference Dahmer's presence in the LGBTQ+ community and the fact that he targeted gay and bisexual men. The overall consensus from those opposing the tag was that the marketing tactic was exploitative, and viewers searching for queer-focused content should see positive representation, not titles where LGBTQ+ folks are victimized.
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