Believe it or not, I’m walking on air! Did you know that there was an attempt at making The Greatest American Heroine spin off series? I had no idea until I researched the new Greatest American Hero reboot taking place by ABC. I admit I do not know the series well, but I have seen many clips online and know the premise of the show. According to Variety, ABC has given the order to make a female led reboot of the Greatest American Hero.

The plot synopsis for the series is introducing the character of Meera. She is a 30-year-old woman drinks tequila does karaoke and does not do much else in life. She is Indian-American and does not get along well with her family. Aliens entrust to her a suit with special abilities and the world will never be the same. So some similarities to the original show.

No word yet on who will play the main role of Meera. This is the third attempt at making a reboot to this series. The original series lasted for 3 seasons. Right now this new series only has the pilot ordered. So it may not even make it past the initial episode. Who knows though, right? What do you think of this? Good/Bad? Thoughts?

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Wow, take a few minutes and watch this video. This is very intense and not what I was expecting. The main character is unnamed but it is obvious that he is over compensating a desire to appear more “masculine” to his fraternity brothers to hide something lingering inside of him. I have seen many closeted gay men struggle with their appearances and their mannerisms. I have never really considered my own mannerisms as being anything except that of being awkward all the time. I was a disappointment to my father and family, not for being gay, but for being a huge geek. But that’s a story for another day. I do know that masculinity is something that not only many heterosexual men define themselves with, but gay men define themselves this way as well. Many openly gay men attempt to segregate and label themselves as ‘butch’ or ‘manly’ or the offensive term of ‘straight acting.’ I try to never judge anyone and especially people’s upbringings being that we are born into many different environments. Some more open than others. It can take time to alter anyone’s adult view on life. It must be awful for those close minded people that do not allow themselves space to grow and find out who they really are underneath years of psychological torture. And this is torture that not only family brings along, but also society as a whole. I genuinely do feel sorry for a lot people out there. Watch the film below and tell me what you think.