|endlesschris - 2013-05-30 |
Considering that 90% of internet fetishes can be traced back to children's cartoons, I'm really not sure this is a fantastic idea.
What, you mean like how so many hypnosis fetishists point to having seen the "Trust in Me" scene in Disney's JUNGLE BOOK when they were kids as having planted the seed of interest in erotic hypnosis? And now there's a whole subgenre of hypnosis fanart featuring Kaa hypnotizing every cartoon character imaginable.
"Remember Inspector Gadget"?
Oh boy, DO I!!!
I, I mean, yeah, I think remember that one. Why?
|EvilHomer - 2013-05-30 |
This guy's argument is virtually indistinguishable from that of your average My Little Pony hater.
I watched Ranmna 1/2 when I was ten, and I stilI turned out alright. Sort of.
It's nice that American animation is finally catching up with the Japanese in at least one aspect.
Technically, this is "Australian-Canadian" animation, not "American animation". ;-)
You know what, Cena... that makes a lot of sense. I usually don't do conspiracies, but I can make an exception for that one.
oooo shit ditto i was just talking about ranma on the other shezow submission
|misterbuns - 2013-05-30 |
Sorry to get into semantics, but in today's language, transvestites are people, generally straight, usually men, who dress in women's clothes to get a sexual thrill, not because they are self identifying as women.
the terms being used here are far from specific and relate to concepts that themselves can be critiqued and deconstructed ad nauseam, but generally the term transvestite connotes sexual desire of some kind, where as simply cross dressing as absolutely nothing to do with sexual orientation, or even gender identity.
this may sound like splitting hairs but once you start interacting with people who do these things it becomes clear that the behaviors are very very different.
so no, this character is a kid. not a transvestite.
|sasazuka - 2013-05-30 |
For the description, I obviously meant "SHEZOW is coming to the Hub and Mark Dice already hates it", but maybe "Mark Dice Hates Shezow" would be an interesting series in and of itself.
|Cena_mark - 2013-05-30 |
I've heard of this guy before, but I didn't know he was an Illuminati believing crazy man. Once I hear somebody use the word Illuminati all the words that follow lose meaning.
|The New Meat - 2013-05-30 |
Okay, Mark, please tell us which cartoons the illuminati WILL be having their kids watch.
I hear that the Bilderberg Group regularly watches the Winx Club with their kids.
Illuminati kids watch GRAVITY FALLS, or would a cartoon with an actual, intentional conspiracy theory subtext be so obvious a show for them to watch that they refuse to view it just to be not-so-predictable?
|Caminante Nocturno - 2013-05-30 |
As an elite member of the Illuminati, I can assure that the children we abduct, brainwash, and train to become anti-freedom assassins will be watching this show faithfully.
|Spaceman Africa - 2013-05-30 |
This sounds like a not-so-clever parody of the youtube conspiracy type, how depressing he's real.
|Cena_mark - 2013-05-30 |
This show is going to be a great source of material for us. Its like it was purposefully created to appeal to fetishists and piss off the religious right. Its full of win for everybody.
Chris Chan will love this show.
Daveykins Foxfire, creator of the only racist misogynist Sailor Moon rapefic I could never finish. The comic you're thinking of is probably Scarlet PI.
For all his faults, ChrisChan was a far better human being than Gonterman.
Here have another
That is what he looks like.
|Kid Fenris - 2013-05-31 |
I really want to know what Mark thinks of CyberSix and its transgendered globalist agenda.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2013-05-31 |
Still less harmful for young minds than most of children's television.
|Nikon - 2013-05-31 |
It's a shame he's not able to transform into a woman to fight. He/She could be one of the Starlights from Sailor Moon.
Other valid male-to-female anime action heroes-to-heroines: Maze, Birdy the Mighty, and Moldiver.
Birdy doesn't count, that's actually a female space police alien and some convoluted circumstances with killing a human kid.
The Starlights don't count, either. In the manga, they're FTM transvestites, and the transvestite disguise is used to cover their civilian identity, not their hero identity. Pretty much the opposite of Shezow, an MTF who covers his hero identity. In the anime, things are a bit more complicated. They do transform into women to fight, but they're originally women to begin with. They undergo full sex changes while in their civilian disguise, and then revert back to their true female identities when becoming the Starlights.
I guess you could call them female-to-male-to-female action heroine-hero-heroines, or possibly, Supergirl with a case of the Bull Dykes.
I was talking about the anime Starlights. I guess I could mention Kampfer as a substitution.
|Racketeer - 2013-05-31 |
SheZow is really more about making puns than giving social commentary.
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2013-05-31 |
I don't know anything about Ke$ha so I'm just going to assume she actually does guzzle urine.
|Tasso - 2013-05-31 |
This is better if you imagine that this dude is TOTALLY NAKED when he says all this.
|Eternalurker - 2014-08-07 |
Ozma in the original Baum books was magically transformed into a boy until eventually the curse was reversed and 'he' transformed back into the rightful Queen of Oz... this is nothing new
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