It’ll go down in history as a revolutionary show that not only changed perceptions but changed television and society as we know it.
I would have loved for Glee to have been around when I went to high school, I think it could have really helped me come to terms with some things faster, I think it would have helped a lot of people I know who were struggling with themselves. But I’m happy that it’s here now.
You know, I’m not unrealistic, and I can see how some people would be put off by Glee, but you can’t completely discredit a show that has done so much to help kids accept who they are, to promote self expression, to constantly be bringing forth issues that need to be discussed, such as; safe-sex, religious tolerance, mental illness, bullying, and homophobia (just to name a few.)
And yes, it is a show about breaking into song- but it’s so much more than that. It’s about overcoming obstacles, it’s about family, unity, loving others and being true to the people who stick by you, all blended in a beautiful mix of humor and heart.
I love Glee with every fiber in my being.
Being a Gleek has made me a better person.
I love you Cara. You have are an enlightened individual.
WHAT TAB DO I PUT IT ON?
WHICH TAB IS SAFE??
WHICH TAB MAKES ME LOOK THE MOST PURE?!
AND THEN YOU REALISE THERE IS NO SAFE PLACE SO YOU JUST START OPENING STUFF LIKE PAINT OR A WORD DOCUMENT.
THIS IS ALL EXACT TRUTHS!
My friend Cara? Yeah, her brain thinks the same things as mine.