So last weekend,probably like most of you I binge watched Jessica Jones.And again probably like most of you, I loved it.
It addressed so many issues,such as rape (and the feelings that are a result of it.),PTSD,and abuse from a partner as well as parents.Those messages were clear and to the point,which is something I'm sure we all appreciated. I love the fact that people who have gone through multiple forms of abuse can find a character that has gone through the same tragedy, yet can still be strong,and find a way to start the healing process.
Now here is where I might start to make some people a little upset.
While there are some messages that are clearcut,while watching,I found myself wondering if some of the things that were happening were just plain old racism that is so prevalent in mainstream television,or was it a genuine criticism of societies treatment of People of Color.
Initially those were just questions I was asking myself in the back of my mind while watching,something I didn't really want to pay THAT much attention to at the moment.
Until I came across this: