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Kelsey Franklin Glee and Society PEER REVIEW (3)

Kelsey Franklin Glee and Society PEER REVIEW (3)

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Franklin 1Kelsey FranklinMs. CarusoENGL 110322 October 2012Glee and SocietyIn the twenty-first century people are influenced by media more than ever before. Peopleare bombarded by images of how to look, dress, and act. Generally society tells people that theyneed to be perfect, skinny, tall,
 
legs for days, a perfect butt and chest. However there is one
television show that’s main goal is to show people that you are perfect the way that you are and
there is no reason to change any part of yourself for anyone.
 
That television show is Glee. Glee isnot simply a show about teenagers singing and dancing around on stage trying to win a trophy.Glee is all about accepting yourself for who you are, it does not matter if you are gay or straight,popular or a nerd in the Glee club everyone fits in.Glee celebrates diversity more th
an anything. “
 
Glee represents people of different faith,color, age and status (Bakken)
.”
In Glee club there is Artie who is in a wheelchair, Kurt andBlaine who are gay, Brittany and Santana who are lesbian cheerleaders, Quinn a cheerleader who
was pregnant with her boyfriend’s best friends baby
, Finn, Mike, and Puck who are footballplayers, and then Rachel and Tina who would not fit in anywhere else if it was not for the Gleeclub. When the students are inside the choir room they know that nothing can hurt them, thatthey can admit anything and no one will judge them, they will be accepted no matter what. Thechoir room was their safe haven a place where they could be openly gay, pregnant, disabled, andknow that no one would make fun of them. Glee has showed people that it is ok to be who youare, you should not try and hide your true self. During the Glee concert movie in-between the
Comment [K1]:
Reviewed by Karina Tyulyu
Comment [K2]:
Doesn’t fit grammatically.Maybe say ‘have legs for days’ or ‘long legged’
Comment [K3]:
Good way to introduce Glee; asan exception of what most TV shows portray

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