whenever i see people talking about how progressive and not sexist kill la kill is, all i can think of is kate beaton’s “sexism is over” comics
Kill la kill is interesting because even though the outfits are completely ridiculous and sexualized, it’s the only anime I’ve seen that shows men naked and directly sexualized almost as much (not exactly equal, but I’d say 70% or more). And I also liked how none of the female characters existed to be romantic interests. And that everything really revolved around female characters despite it not being specifically marketed towards girls. I don’t discount the sexism but it does have a lot going for it for being progressive at the same time. Not everything is black and white.
please stop calling oppression sick or referring to it as sick/diseased/etc because like. guess what. chronically sick people exist. please stop implying that you believe that we are the absolute worst thing to be and that we should be eradicated
Drift and Ratch go to a party and Drift thinks Ratch will grumble and sulk in a corner but instead Ratch throws himself on the drinks and tells the DJ to up the music and suddenly it’s a wild party and Ratch is in the middle of it dancing on a table