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The following is a list of characters who have appeared in the television series. He and his stepbrother Drew transferred to Degrassi due to the excessive bullying that he received at his old school.After being outed by Bianca, he was once again the victim of transphobia, although he eventually earned the respect and admiration that he deserved from his classmates.As saddened as we are to say goodbye to Adam, we feel this storyline will affect even more lives in an authentic way...Alex was originally a poor, violent outcast whose awful home life involved protecting her mother from her abusive boyfriends.During summer break, Adam was involved in a car accident after texting Becky while driving and later passed away during surgery.When Torres was killed off from the series in 2013, controversy ensued, When Degrassi introduced its large and loyal audience to Adam Torres, an authentic, multi-dimensional transgender character, the show not only made television history, but set a new standard industry standard for LGBT inclusion. The list is longer and soon I will have a resource page as I have been reading all of these books for the past three years undoing the damage AA did to me for over three decades. Some wrote books like Amy Lee Coy and Hank Hayes and Dee-dee Stout, Stanton Peele and Albert Ellis.
She dates a lot of boys including: Johnny Di Marco, who didn't want to be seen with her; Andrew "Drew" Torres, who cheated on her with Bianca; and Dave Turner, who got upset when he found out she was counting cards in an illegal gambling game.
She was considered a bad girl at Degrassi who hung out with her boyfriend Jay and his gang.
Her exterior softened as she befriended Ellie, Marco, and eventually her nemesis Paige, with whom she began a lesbian relationship.
Many of us were in “the rooms” months, years and decades. Welcome to a site and a community that tolerates no AA bullshit! You are amongst hopefully mostly sane individuals that have walked the walk and have “fled the insanity and dogma” of 12 step culture and it’s meetings. Years of being belittled, harassed, and told what to do by some member who knew less then us and still was unemployed and insane after decades in AA.
We sat in smoky rooms, cleaned coffee cups when we didn’t even drink coffee, experiencing abusive crazy batshit 13 stepping older creepy men and women for far too long. That is if we hear Chapter 5 read one more time…surely, we would blow our brains out.