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Rising U.S. star Issa Rae shrugged off sexualizing men in her hit television series "Insecure," Wednesday, saying it was time for the "female gaze" to have its day. The African-American writer and producer, who broke out playing herself in the cult YouTube series "Awkward Black Girl," admitted she was all for the camera lingering longer on the glories of the naked male.Rae, 33, admitted that her mother, "a good Christian woman," squirms when she watches parts of her HBO series.Rae was surprised to discover that 60 percent of her audience is white.Even so Rae, whose father is Senegalese and whose mother is African-American, has been criticized for not being black enough a subject she often addresses in her show.
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