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”

The Henna Wars

Book Young Adult By Adiba Jaigirdar  Reviewed by Anonymous The following are out of 5 Racial Representation: 5 LGBTQ+ Representation: 5 Disability Representation: 0 Body Size Representation: 3 Gender Representation: 5 Socioeconomic Representation: 0 Mental Health Representation: 3 Religious Representation: 4 Own Voice: Yes The Henna Wars is a really fun enemies to lovers story that centers a gay couple. It’s cute but also exploresContinue reading “The Henna Wars”

Only Mostly Devastated

Book Young Adult By Sophie Gonzales  Reviewed by Valerie The following are out of 5 Racial Representation: 4.5 LGBTQ+ Representation: 5 Disability Representation: 3.5 Body Size Representation: 4 Gender Representation: 4.5 Socioeconomic Representation: 0 Mental Health Representation: 4 Religious Representation: 0 Own Voice: No This is a really cute gay love story about Will and Ollie. Ollie is the main character and Will is theContinue reading “Only Mostly Devastated”

Superstore

TV Show Rated TV 14 By Justin Spitzer  Reviewed by Sarah Erani The following are out of 5 Racial Representation: 5 LGBTQ+ Representation: 5 Disability Representation: 4 Body Size Representation: 3 Gender Representation: 5 Socioeconomic Representation: 3 Mental Health Representation: 0 Religious Representation: 1 Own Voice: No Superstore has a diverse cast of characters, specifically containing a Latina woman, a Jewish man, a disabled blackContinue reading “Superstore”

More Happy Than Not

Book By Adam Silvera Reviewed by Valerie Racial Representation: 4 LGBTQ+ Representation: 5 Disability Representation: 4 Body Size Representation: 1 Gender Representation: 3.5 Socioeconomic Representation: 5 Mental Health Representation: 5 Religious Representation: 0 Own Voice: Yes CW: This book deals with suicide **Contains Spoilers** The main character Aaron Soto is a Latinx teenager living inContinue reading “More Happy Than Not”

Orange is the New Black

TV Show TV MA Created by Jenji Kohan Reviewed by Valerie Racial Representation: 4 LGBTQ+ Representation: 5 Disability Representation: 4 Body Size Representation: 5 Gender Representation: 5 Socioeconomic Representation: 4 Mental Health Representation: 5 Religious Representation: 3 Own Voice: No **Contains Mild Spoilers** Orange is the New Black features tons of diverse characters living veryContinue reading “Orange is the New Black”

Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse

Movie PG Directed by Peter Ramsey, Rodney Rothman, Bob Persichetti Reviewed by Sarah Erani Racial Representation: 5 LGBTQ+ Representation: 0 Disability Representation: 0 Body Size Representation: 1 Gender Representation: 5 Socioeconomic Representation: 4 Mental Health Representation: 3 Religious Representation: 2 Own Voice: No The protagonist is Afro-Latino and another main character is implied to be Jewish. AnotherContinue reading “Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse”

Brooklyn Nine-Nine

TV Show By Mike Schur and Dan Goor Reviewed by Sarah Erani Racial Representation: 5 LGBTQ+ Representation: 5 Disability Representation: 0 Body Size Representation: 0 Gender Representation: 5 Socioeconomic Representation: 0 Mental Health Representation: 0 Religious Representation: 2 Own Voice: Not that I know of, but they take input from the communities Several black andContinue reading “Brooklyn Nine-Nine”

Red White and Royal Blue

Book By Casey McQuiston Reviewed by Valerie Goldstein Racial Representation: 5 LGBTQ+ Representation: 5 Disability Representation: 0 Body Size Representation: 0 Gender Representation: 5 Socioeconomic Representation: 0 Mental Health Representation: 4 Religious Representation: 0 Own Voice: Kind of, Casey McQuiston is bisexual like Alex Alex Claremont-Diaz is the biracial son of the first woman presidentContinue reading “Red White and Royal Blue”