The mental health organization of Australia has issued the warning about graphic scenes (13 Reasons Why). According to Headspace, the suicide scene can put a negative impact on oppressed youth.
This Netflix series was based on a well-liked novel by Jas Asher and was executive produced by Selena Gomez. It stars Aussie actor Katherine Langford as Hannah, a high school student who ended her life before the start of the series.
Her companions and classmates then got a series of cassette tapes which details the suffering she felt, told via series of flashbacks, and why she blames them for her reckless action. However, Headspace has issued a caution over its content and the show’s ‘very opposing and graphic, messaging and imagery, inclusive of suicide method and means. “
According to Headspace in the weeks since 13 Reasons Why’s debut, the device had seen an increasing number of calls and emails directly linked to this content.
The national manager of school support of Headspace, Kristen Douglas said, “exposes viewers to risky suicide content and may lead to a distressing reaction by the viewer, particularly if the audience is children and young people.”
The organization is asking health services, teachers and guardians to be aware of the hazard inherent in the series’ content. Meanwhile you can stream this series on Netflix and if you face any technical error then you can freely step ahead to Netflix Help Center.
According to the boss of Headspace, Dr. Steven Leicester said: “There is a responsibility for broadcasters to know what they are showing and the impact that certain content can have on an audience.”
Aussie media agree to advice developed by mental health professionals in terms of how suicide is showed or reported. Details such as technique are repressed because it’s thought it could lead to contamination.
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Speaking to a team of journalists in February, Gomez said 13 Reasons Why was an individual project for her because she could link to the grief of the characters in the story.
According to her, “We’re not going to post things like being empowered because that’s not what they want to see. Unfortunately, kids don’t care.
“They have to see something that’s going to shake them. They have to see something that’s frightening and follow these people. I want them to understand it.
“I would do anything to be able to have a good influence on this generation and it’s hard but I definitely relate to everything that was going on and I was there for the last episode and I was a mess just seeing it all come to life because I’ve to experience just that for sure.”
Gomez did addition she expected it was a series children could share with their mother and father so they could talk about these major issues together, and that it could eventually bring light to a dark topic. Rest by filling up the suitable credentials into Netflix Com Login you can stream this series.