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DARE Says HBO’s ‘Euphoria’ Bewitches Drug Use, Sex, and Violence – NBC10 Philadelphia

Drug Abuse Education, or DARE, is calling HBO’s hit show “Euphoria” for its depiction of drug use, sex, and violence.

“Euphoria,” which premiered in 2019 and is in its second season, follows Rue (played by Zendaya), a high school student struggling with addiction amid relationships, friendships, and family life. hers.

“Instead of every parent’s desire to keep their children safe from the potentially dire consequences of drug abuse and other high-risk behaviors, HBO’s drama , ‘Euphoria,’ chooses to glorify and misrepresent high school students’ drug use, addiction, anonymous sex, violence, and other destructive behaviors that are pervasive and pervasive around the world today,” DARE said in a statement.

Founded in the 1980s during the Ronald Reagan “war on drugs,” DARE advocates a zero-tolerance policy on drugs.

Read the full story at NBCNews.com

https://www.nbcphiladelphia.com/entertainment/entertainment-news/d-a-r-e-says-hbos-euphoria-glamorizes-drug-use-sex-and-violence/3122579/ DARE Says HBO’s ‘Euphoria’ Bewitches Drug Use, Sex, and Violence – NBC10 Philadelphia

Huynh Nguyen

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