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Heartstopper fans inspired to come out to their own families thanks to show’s authentic LGBTQ+ storytelling: ‘It helped me learn to accept myself’

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This article contains spoilers for Heartstopper on Netflix.It’s only been a few days since Heartstopper landed on Netflix, but the show has already had a major impact on viewers’ lives.The series dropped on the streaming platform on Friday and has been hailed as revolutionary for its LGBTQ+ representation and storytelling.Heartstopper tells the story of Charlie Spring (Joe Locke) who develops a crush on form buddy Nick Nelson (Kit Connor).The two quickly fall for one another and realise they are more than just friends, but have to battle with keeping their relationship a secret, especially since Nick is yet to come out to anyone.However, the final episode of season 1 includes one of its most emotional scenes, with Nick finally confident enough to come out as bisexual to his mum, who is played by Olivia Colman.The teen is met with nothing but love, warmth and validation, and that very moment has now inspired others to share their true selves with their loved ones.This.

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