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So I just finished season 3 of #onedayatatime and honestly this show has (not to be dramatic) changed my life. It tackles so many issues in such a tactful and thought out way, carefully highlighting to the audience the pros and cons of each topic. It includes everything including mental health, lgbtq+, gun control, military pts, non binary identification, drugs, addiction, climate change, consent, immigration, the cuban/spanish culture, patriarchy to name a few and it has completely opened my eyes I am honestly so grateful that I have chosen to start watching this masterpiece of a show and to the creators for giving us this gift.
And to @isabella.gomez for giving Elena Alvarez the most incredible portrayal. I heavily relate to Elena and what she goes through with her sexuality, watching that coming out scene really helped me come to terms with the fact that I may myself am gay and that it's okay and that it isn't something to be ashamed of. It's opened my eyes and has helped me to find a way to one day come out to my parents, despite what I their reaction might be. I love how at the beginning she's wary about what she might think but in season 3 she is proud of herself, it inspires me how far she has come in exepting herself and I hope one day I can do the same.
I am in awe of absolutely everything Elena Alvarez stands for and I don't think I have related to or loved a fictional character as much as I do her. Everything she stands for shown in the images above are so important and I will forever be grateful to be able to watch her and her story.
Everyone needs to see this show