Thank you both, and everyone for the 'likes.' It's clear from this wonderful thread that this lil show is evocative for so many of us in so many ways, which is credit to everyone involved in creating it, and while this wasn't available to me in my teens, I feel blessed to be living in a time when it does exist. I sort of understand comparison's to the likes of Euphoria and Love, Simon & Love, Victor but to my mind the similarities are quite limited. Heartstopper is in a field of it's own as exceptional and quietly revolutionary telly. As I said previously, the closest I've seen to this was Beautiful Thing back in the 90's which remains one of my all time favourite films, but wasn't impactful in the way Heartstopper is, personally or socially. I can relate to the melacholia some have noted in regards what could have been, but I'm also mindful of the way that our world can turn on a sixpence, and have to hope that 30 years from now we've continued to evolve positively. So many signs of the world we live in right now are that Heartstopper may be looked at in decades to come as part of the peak of a time of so-called 'tolerance' (not a fan of the word) or celebrating diversity, so it's re-energized and re-focused my attention to the fight for freedom, empowerment and celebrating difference - a fight that is as important now as its ever been. I didn't choose the responsibility of representing, but represent I will, in everything that I do.