The power rangers is an old series of children's movies about a group of teenagers that had been infused with incredible superpowers and are willing to use their abilities to make the world a better place. The group save the Earth from aliens while experiencing all the struggles of growing up and becoming an independent adult in the world.

New film arriving on the 24th of March

The Power Rangers are returning to entertain a whole new generation of people, and now in 2017, they are making a statement. According to the Daily Mail, the iconic superhero story from the 1990's will return to cinemas, but this time it will be more meaningful because the singer, Becky G's character is a lesbian latina protagonist.

The identity of Becky's character, Dreamy, is apparently small and pivotal. As with most teenage girls, she is questioning a lot about who she is as she has not really figured it out yet at such a young age. That is what's great about the scene and what that scene propels for the rest of the movie is that it is absolutely normal.

Important for the community

Accepting difference is definitely a progressive topic that the movie is meant to take on. It has been reported that only 19 characters in all the top 100 movies in 2014 were represented as gay, lesbian or bisexual, so including one in a film made for mostly children is important for the LGBTQ community.

The Power Rangers movie will also reportedly feature an autistic character, which also helps in spreading the message that it does not matter who you are, you can help save the world.

Autism is still considered taboo when it comes to behavioral issues of school-aged children, so it is important to start a conversation between their families and the outer world in order for them to understand what this condition is about.

On top of that, the new movie features many well-known and brilliant actors and actresses, like Naomi Scott as the Pink Ranger, Dacre Montgomery as the Red Ranger, Elizabeth Banks, Sarah Grey, and Morgan Taylor Campbell, just to name a few.