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Ilene Chaiken, the head lesbian behind Law and Order: Organized Crime

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Ilene Chaiken is known by lesbians for being the creator and executive producer of The L Word, but did you also know she's behind The Handmaid's Tale, Empire, and now her latest, Law and Order: Organized Crime? This short episode is PACKED with behind the scenes secrets. 

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