Slowly replacing the negative thoughts with colors and beautiful things.
I identify with this guy a lot.
i just keep laughing at the babies strewn about the room
congratulations it’s a lego
no unauthorized creations
this is the face of a broken man
I try to be as fair and unbiased as possible when taking a look at controversial media (particularly media that is considered controversial for reasons related to sexism, sexual assault and rape) because it is an issue that is extremely close to me as both a victim of rape and, frankly, a person in general. When Kill la Kill was first subbed and introduced to English-speaking audiences it was received with mixed reviews. Some hailed it as a piece of revolutionary, feminist media and others criticized it for being sexist and damaging to people everywhere.
Under normal circumstances, I would wait until the entire show had aired before passing judgment but after watching some 16 episodes of Kill la Kill I have come to a conclusion, and unfortunately it is not a positive one.
I agree with you on many of these points, even though I really adore Kill la Kill as a show, but I think that you missed some valuable points in stopping where you did.
Spoilers to follow:
i think both sides of this are important.
i adore kill la kill as a show and honestly didn’t even really get the whole rape thing from senketsu that tinycrown went on about but looking back it’s certainly there.
i agree though that the sexual assault on satsuki was very very much meant to make ragyou seem an even worse person than she already is, if that’s even possible.
seriously though who in their right mind would call this show feminist? XD