Sep 17, 2017

Loving Magical Girls As A Black Non-binary Person

Although the magical girl genre inspires cisgender girls and women, the genre also has the potential to do the same for transgender and non-binary people. By Latonya Pennington Originating in Japan as a sub genre of Japanese anime, the magical girl genre is known for young girls utilizing special abilities, femininity, and cuteness to save …

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