the remaining gloating fly is no more.
DEFEATED IS THE MONSTER
I’m being bombarded by houseflies here. It’s war, I tell ya.
After I went through the trouble of covering my hot chocolate, a fly still somehow manages to skinny dip in it. Little did it know, I’m still gonna drink it >8C angrily
… but apparently that wasn’t the only fly in the house….
soooooooo, I’m going back to one-piecing for a bit, since I’m nervous about tomorrow, and when I’m nervous apparently I turn to watching one piece.
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Wow anon, I really care about your opinion. Like, a lot. Super a lot. Wow. Your opinion is so important.
Btw feminism is defined as “the theory of the political, economic, and social equality of the sexes”. So, in your opinion, women don’t have to be portrayed as equal to men? Equality between the sexes is just a theory, right? Wow, I never knew, I mean why did I ever care about women being portrayed as something other than a sex object in the first place, you’ve shown me the light anon. You’re the goddamn messiah.
Ok, first off, nobody should harass what-the-fuck-is-one-piece like this. Ever. And second of all, the One Piece is “just a manga” and has no obligation to have any sort of pro-feminism message argument is BS. Especially since one of the main themes of Zoro’s backstory was gender equality, which practically makes it an obligation in and of itself on Oda’s part to treat women just as he would his male characters. After all, if one of the main themes of the series was explicitly stated to be friendship while there was no friendship ever shown, it would be called out and considered BS. So why doesn’t this same principle apply to the feminist theme of the series? Did the major theme from Zoro’s backstory just disappear? Then what was the point of Kuina’s struggle and Zoro’s advice to her in the first place then?