Show such as Stranger Things gave a huge amount of fame to stars like Millie Bobby Brown and Finn Wolfhard, who were just everyday teens before it. Natalia Dyer, who is known for the portrayal of Nancy Wheeler on Netflix’s much-acclaimed show, has opened up about now media is overse*ualising younger kids for the sake of some clicks.
It all started when Millie Bobby Brown was a part of the listicle by W Magazine which was titled as “reasons TV is se*ier than ever.” She was just 13 at that time and was in the list with much elder stars like Nicole Kidman and James Franco.
Finn Wolfhard who plays the role of Mike Wheeler in Stranger Things has also opened up about receiving suggestive messages from adult fans. Natalia Dyer has opened up about the same in her latest interview.
While talking to Independent, Natalia said, “There are so many layers going on here. I generally feel like, to me, it’s overse*ualising them. I feel protective over the younger kids even though they’re not kids anymore, they’re teens.”
Stranger Things fame actress also added, “They’re all great people and all having to grow up in very crazy circumstances. As a private person, I just feel like, leave people alone – unless you’re talking about their work or what they want to talk about. It’s a very tricky and complex issue. There must be a bigger concept behind it as to why. Just let people be the people that they are, without any judgement.”
Natalia Dyer also opened up about the taboo regarding the female pleasure, “The conversation of male pleasure was a lot more present than female pleasure in my upbringing. There’s such a deep history to this, and it’s because male pleasure is very obvious; the male orgasm is needed to procreate and therefore it’s like, ‘OK, well, that has to happen.’ And then the thought of the female having an orgasm if it does exist it’s surplus.”
Stranger Things Season 4 is still far away from any official announcement but the fans are already excited about the same. Are you?