Sunday, September 13, 2015

Fall Season S.U.V. Spoiler; Transgender Bridge Episode

Sabrina Samome, TMP

There are many thing in which ‘Law & Order: SVU” continually strives to do, by working to tell some of the most relevant stories to what’s going on today, in the news. They have tackled such topics as celebrity culture, online threats, and even in the upcoming September 23 premiere; a case with some similarities to the infamous case of Robert Durst.
For the upcoming Sept. 30th episode, the show is really going to be diving into transgender issues, in the fittingly titled ‘Transgender Bridge.’  The episode is said to be about a young woman being bullied and attacked in school just for being herself, and some of the ramifications that come along with that.
First look here at the synopsis for the ‘Transgender Bridge Episode’

“15 year-old Avery Parker (guest star Christopher Dylan) walks home from school through Fort Tryon Park when she’s surrounded by a group of rowdy boys. Taunts and jokes intensify to pushing and shoving, leaving Avery in the hospital and three assailants under arrest. When the DA’s office decides to try one of the culprits, 15 year-old Darius McCrae (guest star Dante Brown), as an adult, the SVU squad agonizes over whether the punishment fits the crime, and must deal with the pain of both families involved.”

There are many thing in which ‘Law & Order: SVU” continually strives to do, by working to tell some of the most relevant stories to what’s going on today, in the news. They have tackled such topics as celebrity culture, online threats, and even in the upcoming September 23 premiere; a case with some similarities to the infamous case of Robert Durst.
For the upcoming Sept. 30th episode, the show is really going to be diving into transgender issues, in the fittingly titled ‘Transgender Bridge.’  The episode is said to be about a young woman being bullied and attacked in school just for being herself, and some of the ramifications that come along with that.
First look here at the synopsis for the ‘Transgender Bridge Episode’

We are all too familiar with this sensitive topic, and it should hit home for many transgender viewers, young and old, especially in the present climate of excessive murders and bullying. We can expect, SUV style, to dig deep into the thinking of a bully and what it means to be a transgender teen in one of the most populated areas in America.
I haven’t been a fan of the show, but come Sept. 30th, I plan on watching. While Hollywood maybe finally catching up to the diverse topic of being Trans, we must remember as a community that Hollywood is the most fickle of all businesses. If they are willing to tackle our issues and show the world we exist, we need to show our support and watch.

I’ll be planning an SUV night with snacks…see you there J.


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