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thank you nonny for bringing back this thread.
my personal pick is studio ghibli movies. they truly have some of the best female character without being sexualized at all. san from princess mononoke is a strong, fierce and independent warrior. mei from totoro is a curious little girl with a realistic relationship with her sister and mother. sophie from howl's moving castle is a caring lover who is gentle yet strong-willed. i could go on and on but i'll shut up for now.
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i really loved the enola holmes movie! i thought enola was an amazing, confident and incredibly funny character, and i like how sherlock plays a very small part in solving the mystery. i'm super excited about the sequel!
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Travel is a one-volume, dialogue-free, basically plot-free manga where three dudes take a trip on a train. It's all about motion and movement like this. It's more an artistic study than anything thing else. There's a torrent of it on Nyaa under Viaje, the Spanish translation, but since it has no dialogue, there's no issue.
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I've recently started looking for older Disney shows and found this on YouTube. It actually seemed like a good show idk y it got canceled. And I appreciate how the high school students actually wear what a teen at the time might wear. In newer shows teens just look so unrealistic, they're all wearing trendy clothes and have perfect hair and makeup unless it's somehow part of the story for them to look undone.
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Recently started rewatching my favorite childhood show
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In terms of old Disney shows, you just reminded of Jett Jackson (RIP)
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I'm reading the Lord of the Rings books rn, going to rewatch the movies when I'm finished. So far they are pretty cozy, I don't remember anything sexualized in it which is refreshing for fantasy worlds
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Wrong season for it right now in the northern hemisphere, but I love Over the Garden Wall.
>>195279>I can only watch it on October/November
I'm not neurotypical and I refuse to do this myself! It's just the
perfect fall show. It would feel sacrilegious to watch it any other time
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I watch this every year around Halloween, but I always end up flaking out and watch it at some random point in the summer too because where I live Texas
the season is longer than average and absolutely brutal, which causes me to feel very melancholy & nostalgic for autumn.
That makes sense too nonnie
, I'm kind of the reverse where I can't stand overcast or cold weather so I try to watch more springy or bright shows when it's dark out!
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Think everybody already watched this but I should add it regardless.
Ousama Ranking is a recent anime about a deaf-mute prince who tries to find his place in a world that can be surprising cruel. It's not edgy and despite the dark stuff it's overall optimistic, which creates an IMO nice balance but it had a few surprising scenes that made me tear up.
In general I can only recommend this to everybody who loves fantasy and cute and diverse designs as well as surprising character development. There was zero fanservice that I noticed and while there are only a few relevant women queen Hilling is easily the best female anime character I have seen in 2022 so far. She is a rare case of a mother with a complex and believable personality and not anywhere near the cliches of the "ara ara"s that plague the anime industry.
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Strange Horticulture is a chill mystery game where you play as a plant shopkeep. Playing it is like drinking barley tea on a rainy afternoon while reading an ACD novel and several of the characters are badass middle aged and older women (Verona and Bethany especially). It's a short game but it's enjoyable to play, for me a mystery game where none of the cast is sexualized is a refreshing change of pace.