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What surprised and delighted me about this piece was the overall theme of LGBTQ pride in it and a rebuttal to the comment about "an unnecessary gay character". You really delve into the issues with the lack of representation of gay people in media and how there needs to be more of it in our modern society. I also liked your use of repetition, such as with the words "they'll" and "there", very good.
What inspired you to write this piece? Was this based on a personal experience, your passionate feeling for LGBTQ rights, or a random thought entirely? Did you feel empowered after writing it? Also, I noticed that you wrote this in all italics. Is this a personal writing style or simply made for this poem alone?
Hey there, pineapples, it's your friendly neighborhood Senior Peer Reviewer and I very much enjoyed reviewing this piece of yours. I found it to be passionate, as well as enlightening, giving a whole new view on the importance of LGBTQ representation. While there are some things in need of improvement, it's still really good for a first draft. I fully encourage you to write more like it and have a wonderful day. Top notch, work!