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In western culture, Sailor Moon is sometimes associated with the feminist and Girl Power movements and with empowering its viewers,[118] especially regarding the "credible, charismatic and independent" characterizations of the Sailor Soldiers, which were "interpreted in France as an unambiguously feminist position".[119] Although Sailor Moon is regarded as empowering to women and feminism in concept, through the aggressive nature and strong personalities of the Sailor Soldiers,[120] it is a specific type of feminist concept where "traditional feminine ideals [are] incorporated into characters that act in traditionally male capacities".[120] While the Sailor Soldiers are strong, independent fighters who thwart evilβ€”which is generally a masculine stereotypeβ€”they are also ideally feminized in the transformation of the Sailor Soldiers from teenage girls into magical girls, with heavy emphasis on jewelry, make-up and their highly sexualized outfits with cleavage, short skirts, and accentuated waists.[11]

The most notable hyper-feminine features of the Sailor Soldiersβ€”and most other females in Japanese girls' comicsβ€”are the girls' thin bodies, long legs, and, in particular, round, orb-like eyes.[11] Eyes are commonly known as the primal source within characters where emotion is evokedβ€”sensitive characters have larger eyes than insensitive ones.[120] Male characters generally have smaller eyes that have no sparkle or shine in them like the eyes of the female characters.[120] The stereotypical role of women in Japanese culture is to undertake romantic and loving feelings;[11] therefore, the prevalence of hyper-feminine qualities like the openness of the female eye in Japanese girls' comics is clearly exhibited in Sailor Moon. Thus, Sailor Moon emphasizes a type of feminist model by combining traditional masculine action with traditional female affection and sexuality through the Sailor Soldiers.[120] Its characters are often described with "catty stereotypes", Sailor Moon's character, in particular, being singled out as less than feminist.[121]


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one of my most important things i've watched as a child/coming of age

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Sailor Venus was my favorite anime character.

β€œThere are no atheists in foxholes, eh?”-Keith Jennings from the Omen.

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And the movies were so fucking good.

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One of my favourite cartoon series, but don't tell anyone

Well, this is a tomb. I'll make them feel at home

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Sailor Moon is a good show, Lara, so you have nothing to be ashamed of.

β€œThere are no atheists in foxholes, eh?”-Keith Jennings from the Omen.

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Not the best anime, but was my first anime series and I still love it to this day. Season 3, also known as Sailor Moon S, remains the absolute best of the series. I have all the blu-rays released by Viz, well worth it.

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This is actually my favorite childhood anime! I loved their transformation sequences! I always loved Venus but I like Saturn too! The outer scouts were more powerful than the
Inners! I have a few of the manga as well!

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Sailor Moon was a childhood staple and it was on toonnami! I
Watched it all the time! I love my girls!

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