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Become a Critic

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Thesis
While they have each other for support, Glee is a television show that provides insight to the problems high school students face every day.

Introduction
When approached with controversial issues, such as being gay, being a different race, or just being different, Glee is a great show that touches major issues with not only high school life, but with adults as well. The main focus of the television series is a glee club that features a variety of students. The club has guest adult teachers, such as Gwyneth Paltrow, who plays Holly Holiday. While they have each other for support, Glee is a television show that provides insight to the problems high school students face every day.

This week’s episode focused on a main character, Santana admitting not only to herself that she is gay, but to her family as well. The glee club has always supported her choices for who she dates. Although unspoken until this week she has been in a monogamous relationship with Brittney, a fellow glee member. During a campaign to be elected for mayor, Sue Sylvester, Santana’s cheerleading coach who hates the Glee club, found out about one of her opponent’s videos they made focused on Santana being a lesbian. Worried that this would ruin Santana’s reputation with the school and her family, her Glee coach, principle, and Sue all held a meeting with her. Santana told her parents, who said they loved her no matter what, but when she told her Grandmother the news, she was banished from her home. Many people do not accept lesbian and gay men. The show this week showed not only the negative side but the positive feelings she gets for coming out to her family and friends. In...

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