Heartstopper is a show that represents the LGBTQ+ community where two characters, Nick and Charlie, from two completely different lifestyles come together to make an unlikely relationship. Not only representing the journey between Nick and Charlie, Heartstopper shows characters that represent the other parts of the LGBTQ+ community.
Heartstopper | Official Trailer | Netflix
Watching Heartstopper was a really great watch. The show touched upon topics that needed to be spoken on in a way that many people can begin to understand the struggles of the LGBTQ+ community. As well as be able to see good representation of the LGBTQ+ community within the media.
Not only is it important for more good representation of the LGBTQ+ community within the media, it is also important for young people to see more representation from an earlier age which heartstopper is a good place to start.
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My favourite character is Nick Nelson because I felt his progression of finding himself as bisexal was amazing. The character broke down some stereotypes of what a bisexual should look and act like. As well as showing how you can’t tell that someone is straight by just looking at them or based on how they are acting.
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HEARTSTOPPER Outtakes & Bloopers 🍂 | Netflix
Overall, Heartstopper is an easy to watch show that still educates people and shows representation of the LGBTQ+ community. The show can empower people to be comfortable with you they are and stick up for themselves and others from discrimination.