As expressed by Romper, although trans representation in the media has improved over the last few years, the LGBTQ+ community craves for any trans characters and stories in any show or movie. Moreover, although it is great that Sabrina is providing the LGBTQ+ community with a trans character on a popular TV show, the fact that such a role and storyline is rare is absurd.
No longer should the LGBTQ+ community accept the social roles society currently casts them in. I don't know about you, but I'm tired of LGBTQ+ actors being the minority in the entertainment industry and LGBTQ+ characters being considered rare in film. Although these events are exciting, they should not be as big of a deal as they are since they should be an everyday normal occurrence.
So, I leave you to ponder this, when will it become the norm instead of the exception for the LGBTQ+ community to be represented in the media? And is decent representation worth sacrificing for good storytelling?