https://youtu.be/vb9K1Df6QuI Teen Wolf doesn't have a good track record when it comes to women and people of colour. Erica Reyes is no exception.
to do with their female characters, and it shows.
Bitten is one of those books that I loved when I first read in my late teens, but growing older, I see the flaws. But what isn't flawed? Just because something is problematic doesn't mean you can't enjoy it. It's up to you to discern the truth and judge what you consider acceptable, and act accordingly. No one can tell you what to believe or what to think. Your integrity will always be dependent on your ability to consider the information presented to you, and form your own opinion.
https://youtu.be/Wbg6hvYAF9M One of the best show of the century, and it still hold ups today.
https://youtu.be/kHPShzCgKC4 The first thing Maggie told us about the second book of the Dreamer trilogy was that it would be divisive, and boy, was it.
https://youtu.be/Ef7JBt3QNfA Leigh Bardugo's beloved series hit the silver screen. An amalgamation of the Shadow and Bones' trilogy and the Six of Crows duology, here's everything you need to know about the new Netflix series.
https://youtu.be/Qei81e3dFy4 Boyd was one of the most relatable characters in Teen Wolf, but he was never given a chance. He had no history, no relationships, and no goals. He stands as one of the biggest examples of wasted potential.
https://youtu.be/LdXyCZb3oOw We spent 7 years with the Gilmore Girls, and when we had the chance to find out where they ended up in life, we were majorly disappointed. The creator took her beloved creations, erased a year of their life, and created a alternate fever dream of the future.
https://youtu.be/IgMk0dSfQqg A story about tragedy and grief without being a tragedy. Given is one of those anime's that everyone should watch. A slice of life with heart, love, and a little bit of pain. This is mandatory viewing for anyone that calls themselves a anime geek.
https://youtu.be/5JfRUxubMt4 At a point in time, Potter fever was at it's peak, and perched at the top was Ronald Weasley, best friend of the chosen one. He was witty, clever, and loyal to a fault. But something happened when the books hit the big screen. Lovable, sweet Ron no longer felt like the Gryffindor the …