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  • Controversial '13 Reasons Why' Netflix series trailer

    Watch the trailer for the popular Netflix series “13 Reasons Why”, which raises tough questions about bullying, sexual assault and suicide, and has drawn criticism from some who say it can do more harm than good, especially to vulnerable teenagers. But some experts say the show provides a way to talk about uncomfortable topics.

Watch the trailer for the popular Netflix series “13 Reasons Why”, which raises tough questions about bullying, sexual assault and suicide, and has drawn criticism from some who say it can do more harm than good, especially to vulnerable teenagers. But some experts say the show provides a way to talk about uncomfortable topics. Courtesy of Netflix
Watch the trailer for the popular Netflix series “13 Reasons Why”, which raises tough questions about bullying, sexual assault and suicide, and has drawn criticism from some who say it can do more harm than good, especially to vulnerable teenagers. But some experts say the show provides a way to talk about uncomfortable topics. Courtesy of Netflix

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