Don’t worry there are no spoilers in this write I just want to make the observation that the show goes against many different stereotypes. Now I understand that stereotyping people is not a very open minded way at looking things. But in my opinion stereotypes are not a bad thing and in most cases, there are reasons that they are there. Now we all know some of these stereotypes and I apologize in advance if anything I say could be taken as offensive. Let’s dive into what I have to say about the Netflix original show 13 reasons why. The first thing that I have to say about the show is that there are many stereotypes that are turned on their head with this show. The first thing that we see the stereotype being broken is that when you find out that the tough, almost mobster Mexican guy turns out to be gay and it throws a curveball at the audience. The next way that we are thrown into a tailspin is when we find out that one of the popular kids is going to be the valedictorian when typically we see the valedictorian being a boy or girl that is quiet who is completely focused on school work and not so much else. We also see that some of the main bullies in the school that the story is based around are some of the students that are on the school’s honor board that deals with the same situations that they had caused. I really liked the show and I thought that the crushing of some of these stereotypes is really good so maybe we can learn as a society that stereotypes don’t define us in any situations.