‘Sex Education’ star George Robinson discusses feedback from disability community

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“Often people don’t necessarily know what to say just because they haven’t had that experience”

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sex education Star George Robinson has opened up about playing Isaac, discussing the backlash from the disabled community.

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The actor, who himself became a quadriplegic at the age of 17, discussed playing the character who uses a wheelchair.

  • Read more: ‘Sex Education’ season three review: Too many characters, too little time

“The response I’ve received from within the disability community is that it’s really refreshing to see someone who is so comfortable within themselves and not questioning their existence,” he said. BBC.


Isaac is introduced in the second season of the show, forming a close friendship with Maeve which establishes the possibility of more in season three.

Robinson said he “learned a lot” from Isaac in terms of “being comfortable within your own skin and not apologizing for yourself”.

“Often people don’t necessarily know what to say just because they haven’t had that experience. But that changes if they see it on screen. Nowadays we learn more and more about society from TV and media. “

The actor revealed that the role of Isaac was originally written for a disabled person, but was then agreed to be rewritten according to the disability of the successful auditionee.

“I hope that through Isaac, people see how it is to treat someone with a disability as if they were treating someone else,” Robinson said.


In a three-star review for the third season of sex educationhandjob Granthshala Said: “There are still wise thoughts on love and adolescence, but season three fails to build on the show’s foundation.

“Mordell is still where fans fell in love, but these new episodes do little to take that relationship to the next level.”

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