This might sound mean but I love it when Kermit flips out.
There are two kinds of anime.
The series involves a young man out on a quest with a goal that seems impossible. He is accompanied by a female and male companion. What is their goal you may be asking, simple, to get them all. The protagonist goes through many hardships but thanks to the help of his friends he is able to overcome them. Battling many opponents from large to small, he loses many friends along the way but this doesn’t stop him from going after what he wants more then anything else in the world.
I AM SO FUCKING DONE
Press that play button, everyone. You’re in for more than you expect.
Shitting on girls for making Mary Sue oc’s is very important. Can’t have girls wanting to see women represented as powerful and successful and smart and attractive all at once. Might go to their heads. They might start thinking that it’s actually cool to be a woman. Can’t have that.
The fact that Mary Sue characters were given a title a long time before their male counterparts is a problem.
The fact that people still debate whether Gary Stus are even a thing is a problem.
Shitty characterization is still shitty characterization.
There are plenty of strong, well-rounded, believable female characters out there written by women, and there are plenty of shit mary sues out there written women as well.
You can be a powerful, successful female role model character without being a mary sue. Stop using actual real world problems to cover up for your shit writing habits.
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I love the “Male Tears” meme on Tumblr, because it’s a way for Feminists to devalue anything because a man said it, avoid having to respond with intelligent discourse when challenged, and best of all, reaffirm the gender roles (which, silly me, I thought feminists were trying to fight) that if men cry they will be insulted and ridiculed. It’s a perfect representation of the tactics used by, as well as what modern day feminism stand for.