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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.

Check out our Events that aim to educate people more about changing the media narrative. You can watch a recording of our Asian Representation event here.

We are also accepting “First Time I Saw Me” submissions. To learn more about what they are and how to submit your own, see the First Time I Saw Me page.

If you have any feedback, you can fill out the Website Survey which is also in the footer. 

Any questions? Email us at info@diversifythemedianarrative.com

Have fun exploring the website!

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Song By David Hugo Reviewed by Anonymous This media has positive messaging and themes regarding: Mental Health This song is about working through depression and getting better and celebrating reaching important milestones, like turning 18. Sources: Image

Doctor Aphra

Book Rated T By Kieron Gillen, Simon Spurrier, Salvador Larroca, and Alyssa Wong  Reviewed by Jesse King The following are out of 5 Racial Representation: 4 LGBTQ+ Representation: 5 Disability Representation: 2 Body Size Representation: 2 Gender Representation: 5 Socioeconomic Representation: 3 Mental Health Representation: 4 Religious Representation: 1 Own Voice: The series that started in 2020 is own voice. Doctor Aphra is StarContinue reading “Doctor Aphra”

The Owl House

TV Show TV-Y7 Created by Dana Terrace  Reviewed by Alex Kolodney The following are out of 5 Racial Representation: 4.5 LGBTQ+ Representation: 4 Disability Representation: 0 Body Size Representation: 3 Gender Representation: 5 Socioeconomic Representation: 0 Mental Health Representation: 0 Religious Representation: 0 Own Voice: The creator is bisexual, like the main character, but is a white woman, while the main character is Afro-Latina *Note:Continue reading “The Owl House”