Dear Disney Fandom,
Feminist are part of your community. Feminist, like myself, love Disney. We also realize Disney is not all rainbows and sunshine. We can love the films, parks, and characters and still be critical of them. Stop pretending like we are raining on your parade and trying to make you hate Disney. Trust me, we aren’t. Some of us love it as much as you.
A Feminist who loves Disney.
I SWEAR IF ANYONE EVER SAYS “ANIME IS FOR KIDS, ITS JUST CARTOONS” TO ME
I WILL STRAP THEM DOWN AND FORCE THEM TO WATCH ELFEN LEID, HIGURASHI, DEATH NOTE, PUELLA MAGI, MONSTER, AND EVERY FUCKING DISTURBING, INSANE, INTENSE, PSYCHOLOGICAL ANIME UNTIL THEY ARE PSYCHOLOGICALLY BROKEN
THEN I WILL LET THEM GO
AHD WHEN THEIR FRIENDS & FAMILY ASK WHAT THE FUCK HAPPENED TO THEM
I WILL STEP REALLY CLOSE
AND WHISPER IN THE MOST SERIOUS VOICE
I’ll help you tie them down.
can we get a movement where, instead of covering up all the female heroes, we draw them in the same revealing costumes they always wear but just draw them anatomically correctly and in the same strong poses that male characters get
because you don’t have to cover up all your skin to look like/be a badass
you just have to, you know, look like your spine is still intact
I have no problem with skimpy clothing in general, but it bothers me that it’s the default. Let’s have some heroines wearing next to nothing, some that are covered up, and lots of heroines in between.
Yes, Adventure Time got away with a boy character liking a boy character.
Because they played it for laughs.