13 Factors Why Revealed a Gay Character—And Then They Killed Him

13 Factors Why Revealed a Gay Character—And Then They Killed Him

Spoiler and trigger warnings.

After final period’s horrific finale where Tyler Down is graphically intimately assaulted by having a broom, we vowed to myself that i mightn’t view any longer of Netflix’s controversial show 13 main reasons why, that is problematic at best and a heap that is flaming of at worst.

I planned on maintaining that promise—that is, until i arrived home Friday night and my roomie had been a few episodes deeply. Therefore I made a decision to settle in, so we quickly binged all of it.

And I also be sorry.

Nearly all of period three reads as an apology trip for a serial rapist. We find away in episode the one that Bryce Walker, the vile jock who raped Hannah Baker in period one, happens to be murdered and any one of several major castmates had likely cause to destroy him. Through flashbacks, we are obligated to look at “good part” of Bryce where he attempts to make amends for their “mistakes,” but fails therefore spectacularly which he eventually ends up dead.

Throughout all that nonsense, 13 main reasons why manages to introduce and bury a homosexual character in a matter of the few episodes.

We came across Montgomery de la Cruz final period, but we did not understand much he graphically sodomized Tyler against his will about him besides his All-American asshole jock demeanor that took a turn for the worse when. The assault stayed a secret and lingers over Monty’s character all period very long.

In episode five for this period, Monty attends celebration with Bryce. Because they walk as much as the mansion that these high schoolers are partying in, Monty makes intense attention experience of a child we later learn is termed Winston.

“who is the Latinx?” Winston leans up to his buddy as Monty walks previous, though We have no clue A) how anybody would assume this guy ended up being any such thing except that caucasian and B) why this kid relates to somebody as “the Latinx.” Is it a racist pejorative? Read more