Netflix has released a series called 13 Reasons Why, based on the book by the same name. While I’ve read plot synopses, I’ve never read or watched either one (my choice). The story is centers around a teenager who dies by suicide and the tapes she leaves behind to describe what (and who) contributed to her decision. I’m sharing articles about the series because the show addresses sensitive topics, and I think raising mental health and suicide awareness is important — and it’s also important to make an informed decision on whether to watch the show (or things to consider if you do). So, trigger warning in these articles for mentions and discussions of suicide, rape, and sexual harassment and assault. A guide to the series for parents and teachers. First-person articles from people who have watched it: Why I Wish I Didn’t Watch ’13 Reasons Why.’ 4 Important Lessons From ’13 Reasons Why.’ About the show’s visual choices and using teen iconography. From someone who lost a friend as a teen: 13 Reasons Why Tells a Captivating Story, but Not My Story. How the show’s promise to raise teen mental health awareness backfired. On how the show addresses rape culture.
Have some nostalgia with a show that depicts the background of an infamous fictional thief: A future Netflix release that might excite people who grew up in the ’90s: Carmen Sandiego! I don’t know how many hours I spent playing “Where in the World…” then “Where in Time…” on my computer, in addition to watching the PBS game show. I think I also watched the cartoon series a few times, too.
Creative Action Network: A global community of artist and designers making art with purpose. Plus, you can submit your own art that follow the different sayings and themes!
Live updates of the March for Science from all around the world.
There’s a theory that there are four types of introversion.
A few reactions to Starbucks’ limited-time-only Unicorn Frappuccino. What I’ve heard from people I know: “It’s sweet,” and “I’m not sure about this…”