Twitter User schools detractors of ‘Love, Simon’ on the relevance of the film

Twitter User schools detractors of ‘Love, Simon’ on the relevance of the film

Based on the novel, Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertali, Greg Berlanti‘s new film, Love, Simon, is the first ever major studio film aimed at teens to feature a same-sex romance.

The release has prompted some criticism, even from LGBTQ audiences, along the lines of “Do we really need this story in 2018?”

Here to offer a beautifully-worded argument that yes, indeed we do, is the Trevor Project’s Chief Growth Officer, Calvin Stowell, via Twitter:

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  1. Dunder
    March 25, 14:02 Reply

    It’s just nice for teenagers to see a queer love story where no one dies in the end or suffers tragedy. I mean, if you wan frustrate, peer out the window.

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