Welcome to DiversifyTheMediaNarrative.com!
This website is a place for people to read and write reviews for diverse media as well as learn about the importance of representation in the media. If you want to learn more about why this website was created, check out the About page.
Confused about how the reviews work? Check out the Grading System page to learn more, and even submit your own review there!
If you’re looking for media, you can search a specific name in the search bar or browse by type of media or audience in the menu at the top. Also, each review is tagged with the kinds of representation that each piece of media has, like “LGBTQ+” or “Asian” representation, so you can search for tags too! There is a list of common tags in the footer and you can click on each one.
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See our Latest Reviews!
Book Angela Chen Reviewed by Kit The following are out of 5 Racial Representation: 5 LGBTQ+ Representation: 5 Disability Representation: 5 Body Size Representation: 0 Gender Representation: 5 Socioeconomic Representation: 0 Mental Health Representation: 0 Religious Representation: 0 Own Voice: yes Ace is an in-depth and intersectional look at various ace and aro-related issues and how various other identities and experiences complicate the experience. There’sContinue reading “Ace: What Asexuality Reveals About Desire, Society, and the Meaning of Sex”
Book Ages 9-12 By Debi Gliori Reviewed by Kit The following are out of 5 Racial Representation: 0 LGBTQ+ Representation: 0 Disability Representation: 0 Body Size Representation: 5 Gender Representation: 5 Socioeconomic Representation: 0 Mental Health Representation: 5 Religious Representation: 0 Own Voice: yes-the author has written about her own depression The Pure Dead Saga takes place in Stregia-Schloss the home of the quirky Stregia-BorgiasContinue reading “The Pure Dead Saga”
Book By Rachel Manija Brown and Sherwood Smith Reviewed by Kit The following are out of 5 Racial Representation: 5 LGBTQ+ Representation: 5 Disability Representation: 5 Body Size Representation: 5 Gender Representation: 5 Socioeconomic Representation: 0 Mental Health Representation: 5 Religious Representation: 2 Own Voice: No-though one of the authors is a therapist focused on treating PTSD The stranger Saga is a surprisingly idealistic andContinue reading “The Change Series”