I don’t think you guys realize how important Codename: Kids Next Door was.
The majority of our (basically) canonical couples were interracial, the greatest Supreme Leader the KND ever had was a female, and so many actually strong female characters like Numbuh’s 3, 5, 86, 362, and I even count Lizzie because of how chill she was about getting trapped in a mirror reality.
The undertones of respect Numbuh 86 had for Numbuh 362 even when, as far as the rules went, Numbuh 362 wasn’t in power and Numbuh 86 still obeyed her.
I’m also pretty sure Numbuh 1 was going through chemo, either that or he was just a bald child.
Lets not forget how there was never a moment in this show that made a snide remark or hint about the female operatives not being able to do something or it being too dangerous for them. The few times some jerk adult mentioned something even remotely insinuating they confronted the comment and called them out on how ridiculous it was, and then surpassed whatever stupid line was set.
Also, there was none of that “I won’t hit you because you’re a girl”, or “you can’t hit me I’m a girl”, everybody beat the crap out of each other, fought over the remote, helped each other out, and asked each other for help regardless of anything.
I’d screen cap for you but literally every episode has an example of it.
then there’s numbuh 19th century who everybody hated
that’s just as important, the one guy that does make negative comments about girls in the knd is seen as a bad person.
I love KND so much you dont understand
KND might be the show with most Equality of all time. And I can´t add anything else because you just said it all.
(EXTREMELY OBNOXIOUSLY LOUD YELLING) WHEN YOU WALK AWAY. YOU DON’T HEAR ME SAY PUH LEEAAAAAAAASE (EXTENDS HAND) OH BAAAABYYYY. DON’T GO (BRINGS HAND TO CHEST) SIMPLE AND CLEAN (TOUCHES SELF) IS THE WAY THAT YOU’RE MAKIN ME FEEEEEEL TONIGHT (MAKES FIST IN FRONTA FACE THEN PULLS DOWNWARD) IT’S HAAAARD TO LET IT GO (DRAMATICALLY SHEDS TEAR)
"You are an improbable dashing prince… You are a very lovely daydream”.
we can recognize that police brutality is bad in like dystopian novels like the hunger games for example people recognize that the peacekeepers are an oppressive force but when its happening in real life to real people its always “not all cops are bad” because they only target people our society doesnt view as fully human like people of color, trans people, disabled people, poor people, and sex workers
this was such a special moment in the fandom god bless
can i just point out how equius and nepeta seem to be enjoying it most
Well Nepeta does have a lot of experience with clubs.
unfollowed and blocked and sent anon hate
this is LEGENDARY
drowningcomic answered to your post “I’m feeling emotionally gross so I’m gong to doodle some stuff. Any…”flint and kendryk
I need to do a nice portrait of these dandelions someday!! Such fluff. <3
impromptu trade: express mail me a set of copics and i will give you one of literally everything i am selling at otakon
Explaining the concept of dying’s equivalent with angels/fallen angels. It’ll come up later a bit.
Also, Satan still pushin’ the blame onto others. Typical.
my life got about a thousand times better once i stopped censoring myself
and by censoring i don’t mean i suddenly embraced indiscriminate swearing; i mean i stopped trying to sugarcoat my past or my feelings; i stopped lying by omission; i stopped having guilty pleasures; i began unabashedly enjoying whatever i liked; i became very honest; i cut out of my life poisonous people and negative ideals, and i am so, so much happier for it
I think my favorite thing about this generation is how seriously everyone takes their Hogwarts house.
hollywood sure has an easy time finding brown and black people to play terrorists, thugs, drug dealers, gangsters, servants, “barbarians”, hypersexualized or desexualized caricatures but all of a sudden you need a lead role and
gosh where did they go i swear we put them here right after zero dark thirty??
Can’t even find them to play black and brown people in movies ABOUT black and brown people.