[Image - Setsuna at dinner with Love and her family.]
[Text - (702): My near death experience also doubled as my coming out story]
[Text - (702): they all just nodded]
"Near" death experience
"Jay was following me for two blocks trying to get my phone number.I explained to him this number comes with stipulations let see how Jay reacts."
give her all the acting awards…is she an actress? does she do improv?
YOOO I AM DEADDDDDDDDD MY MAN STARTED RUNNING
i love her
this woman deserves a fucking AWARD
bless this woman bless this post
oh my god I think she may have stumbled upon the one sure fire way to get rid of street harassment omfg
LET’S REMIND EVERYONE THAT THIS IS A THING.
The story behind this is that we had to draw something for a school mural, so i doodled jade in her medium because i didn’t have any other idea; but, the others students actually chose my drawing.
THERE’S A FREAKING HOMESTUCK FANART ON A WALL OF MY SCHOOL.
In SplashStar Precure, which is excellent, the cute girls get their powers from holding hands! There is so much hand-holding. SO MUCH.
Also in Fresh Precure, which is even more excellent, Love and Setsuna hold hands a lot and at one point Love saves Setsuna’s life with the Power of Standing Really Close and Holding Hands.
You definitely don’t need to resort to seinen when you still have those to watch!
(EXTREME UNSURENESS ABOUT SEXUALIZATION OF DISABLED CHARACTER)Yeah. Uh. Her transformation is the most male gazey of the four, which is a little weird. Since she can’t stand, there are magical ropes holding her up, which wouldn’t be so bad except that it’s combined with lots camera focus on her boobs. I’m not really sure though whether it’s sexualizing her disability specifically, which would be extra gross, or whether it’s just the usual level of gross that is seinen anime’s sexualization of middle school girls. Would like to hear an opinion on that from people with physical disabilities.
Re: Yuki Yuna I just watched the two episodes currently out (I first saw that post I just reblogged yesterday, which alerted me to its existence) and so far it is cute and solid! It’s definitely seinen and male gaze-y, but not as aggressively so as, say, Nanoha. There are some signs that Bad Things are going to happen eventually, but I’m cautiously optimistic that it won’t be a retread of Madoka or a straight trip down WTF No! Lane like Daybreak Illusion. I feel like it’s too early for me to be actively reccing it, but if you are interested in mahou shoujo and all that sounds acceptable to you, maybe watch it along with me?