Each year, the month of June symbolizes the month of Prides to celebrate the struggles for the rights of people from the LGBTQ community+, an important period to bring visibility to a community still too stigmatized and victim of discrimination.
Netflix highlights inclusiveness
If, like every year, many brands take the opportunity to create commercial operations, Netflix is taking a more committed route by offering its first animated series with a non–binary in the casting alongside the main heroine. Entitled Ridley jones, the series tells the story of Ridley, a 6-year-old girl who lives in a treehouse inside a natural history museum, alongside her mother and grandson.–mother. A plot reminiscent of the trilogy Night at the Museum with Ben Stiler as a museum keeper whose objects and works came to life after dark. Aimed at children, the program is the first cartoon to include a character no–binary, embodied by the bison named Fred, a faithful friend of Ridley and who accompanies him on all his adventures. The series whose band–official announcement has just been unveiled and we let you discover just below, will be available from July 13 next and will complete the collection “Representation Matters” of the platform.