Add Your Voice

Mediaversity welcomes user contributions. Just follow the instructions below to add your voice! We consider every review for publication on the site.

  1. Fill out the form below OR use our Google Docs TV template/Film template and share it with li@mediaversityreviews.com
  2. Keep the tone casual and the length between 500-1500 words
  3. Include any relevant data points such as real-life demographics or share of dialogue, which you can track with arementalkingtoomuch.com
  4. Expect feedback within 1 week on any adjustments and next steps

Shoot us an email if you have any questions.


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✏️ Write your review
🎬 Quality
How does this title fare on traditional metrics of quality? A 3/5 means this is enjoyable but forgettable. Consider writing, direction, cinematography, and critics' consensus.
💪 Gender
How does this title fare on gender equality? A 3/5 means women are represented respectfully, but still see less screen time or dialogue than male counterparts. Consider complexity of female roles or if they fall into any stereotypes.
✊🏾 Race
How does this title fare on racial diversity? A 3/5 means people of color were written respectfully but see less screen time or dialogue than is proportionate to their real-life shares of the population. Consider real-life demographics of the setting, complexity of POC roles, and whether or not they fall into any stereotypes.
🌈 LGBTQ
How does this TV show fare on LGBTQ representation? A 3/5 means queer culture is treated respectfully, whether or not through an actual LGBTQ character. Consider real-life demographics (roughly 1 LGBTQ to every 24 heterosexual characters), complexity of LGBTQ roles, and whether or not they fall into any stereotypes.
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🤔 Conclusion
Briefly touch on your overall takeaway from this TV show or film. No worries on grading, we'll do that on our end! But if you're curious, final grades can be found by averaging the category scores and looking up its letter grade at: mediaversityreviews.com/how-we-grade