Sailor Moon: There is nothing inherently weak about what society deems as “feminine”. I am not lesser for enjoying or drawing power from those things. I don’t have to act masculine to be heroic.
(holding her cutie moon rod, looking hardcore) Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m going to save humanity with my sparkly pink power of love. Problem?
Maybe I will make a tumblr for these. Only if I get at least another person who promises to at least contribute ideas regularly?
And this is why I love Sailor Moon.
I mean, how many times has an attack from one of her “girly” wands with such a “girly” name saved the entire Earth from certain destruction and doom? Many.
When I was a kid and every other girl wanted to be a Disney princess, I wanted to be Sailor Moon. Still trying to achieve that goal, but I haven’t given up.
Sailor Moon has taught me that you can do anything if you set your mind to it. She also taught me that you can have all kinds of friends: brainy friends, tough friends, even gay friends. ^w^ (I might’ve been like six years old, but I knew there was something going on with Uranus and Neptune.) She also taught me that you can be a hero AND still find true love. Now I have a Tuxedo Mask of my own, even if he acts more like Melvin than Darien. XD
She may not be real, but Sailor Moon is my absolute idol. She gives me the hope and optimism I’ve had in my heart for years. Because of her, I just know that despite what bad may come (and boy did last year have a LOT of bad in it), in the end, “everything will be alright.”
Yes I know that’s a Cardcaptors quote shut up the meaning is still true.