Teen Magazine, Girlfriend, shares just a few issues they have noticed with the new Netflix show, “Sierra Burgess Is a Loser.”

For start, can I just say the title itself sounds pretty degrading….

“Sierra Burgess Is a Loser” is about an ambitious but unpopular high-schooler who starts exchanging texts with a guy she finds herself falling for — except he thinks she is Veronica, the most popular girl in school.

The review of the series by Girlfriend mag sums it up as “a trash-fire MESS of homophobia, transophobia, fat-shaming, revenge porn and sexual assault. Not to mention the entire film is based on cat-fishing.”

The issues with “Sierra Burgess Is a Loser” according to Girlfriend…

Faking a disability
Body shaming
Sexual assault
Revenge porn

ELLE Australia also shared their disappointment at the show and how it was not what they expected at all. They were “VERY surprised when Sierra went full-Mean Girls.”

Other people have shared their thoughts on Twitter as well:

The insider shared 10 of the most problematic moments from ‘Sierra Burgess Is a Loser’ read their review here.

it includes how –
1. Sierra catfishes Jamey.
2. Veronica’s appearance-based insults geared at tearing Sierra down.
3. There are several instances where Sierra is called a lesbian as an insult
4. There are multiple transphobic remarks
5. Sierra pretends to be deaf so she can continue to trick Jamey
6. Sierra and Dan joke about saying they have schizophrenia to stand out on their college applications
7. Sierra hacks into Veronica’s Instagram and exposes her private message to an entire football field
8. Sierra doesn’t really face any consequences for her actions
9. Sierra and Veronica tricked Jamey into kissing Sierra
10. Sierra’s body is an “obstacle” to finding love

What is this showing our impressionable teens?

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  • My nephew programmed his Netfix that films not suitable for children under …..y.o. are blocked. He has a separate password for movies for older people


  • We’re not interested watching this at ours.


  • Won’t bother watching then.


  • It sounds like maybe some of the content is a bit too much for the intended age group?


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