What bad thing do you think fiction glamourizes way too much?

Does anyone else notice how movies and books sometimes take a thing like cancer, addiction, homelessness, or being mean and make it look desirable? (Sometimes it bothers me, and sometimes it works) But what they're doing--- 99% of the time--- is "glamorizing" the issue and making it seem like a good thing when it would suck irl. Of all the things fiction glamorizes though, which do you think is the victim of "being made to look pretty" the most often?

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ihatemen
Depression
on August 23, 2018
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dildo420
Mental illness, age gap relationships, being mixed race
Hurrivoi
What movies glamify being mixed race? That seems so hard to do that I'm interested in seeing how it's pulled off
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dildo420
I see it in books mostly but mixed people (half white to be specific) are glamorized like they're a rare breed and they're perfect and everyone loves them but in reality it sucks
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on August 22, 2018
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eewhore
dead parents
on August 22, 2018
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Orange.Soda
-Bullying
-Addiction
-Crimes in general
on August 22, 2018
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Hurrivoi
Abusive relationships
on August 22, 2018
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