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  • Gender Aspects Of The Sailor Moon And Sailor Moon

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    Commercials on television for superheroes always had them men doing the saving and then the women needing to be saved. The very few “girl superheroes” that were well known were Wonder Woman, Super Girl and Storm. However, in anime there are a bunch of girls fighting to save the world and saving the men. Sailor Moon is on top of the list when it comes to girl power, being released in 1992, and Sailor Moon Crystal was released in 2014. Sailor moon was seen by some critics as sexualized, but others

  • Sailor Moon

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    This has been a post I’ve been meaning to write for a long time. I’m an absolutely die-hard fan of Sailor Moon, and part of that is because it served as my childhood introduction to feminism. That might be a little bit hard to believe, considering the super heroines of the show are known for outfits not much more revealing than Wonder Woman’s. Silly outfits aside (you get used to them), this show was absolutely groundbreaking. Its protagonists are 10 realistically flawed, individual and talented