I'm Pam Newman.
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I'm a writer of aricles, poems & songs. Here's some cool stuff I wrote.
In today’s photo, I stand.
I am pretty soldier Sailor Sunshine!!! I stand for Love — and Justice! I will champion the rights of the underrepresented and defeat evil, and that means you, congress/senate/ republicans/libertarians/ racists/homophobes/misogynists/ mean people!!!
What’s a good (read: New in the past 5 years) anime I should watch?
I’m going to a convention next year, and I’d like to do cosplay of a character from a show isn’t older than the average attendee. ;D
Or you know, I could do a sailor scout, which is more of a fetish fantasy than anything, but that’s a whole other story and now you all know too much about me.
It doesn’t get said enough. They were a family. Three mothers and their adopted daughter. They wore promise rings as a symbol of their relationship, and if you consider how hugely important every piece of jewelry is in Sailor Moon, you realize that that means everything. Setsuna and Hotaru had no home, no biological family, but that didn’t matter because they made their own.
Everybody talks about how amazing it was that a children’s show in the early 90s displayed a lesbian couple. Let’s talk about how the manga displayed a lesbian family. Let’s talk about how that lesbian family included their platonic friend, who was every bit as much a parent to their daughter, and there was nothing weird about that.
((OP,I love this picture,could you possibly send me a link? ^^;;)
YES. Yes, absolutely. Their family life was depicted adorably, with every person in the family having different roles which were not necessarily along rigid gender and blood family lines: Haruka papa, Setsuna mama, and Michiru mama all took care of Hotaru. ;_;
help I have a lot of outer senshi feelings
If you really want to love me, get to know me, understand me? Talk to me about Sailor Moon for an hour.
sailormoon.org GREP, bitches!
Outer senshi 4 life.
Sailor Moon’s Birthday (June 30th) Episode, English dub - 1994
Happy Birthday, Sailor Moon!
All the kids seem to be into anime these days. Back in the 90’s when I was a teenager, only the most serious of hardcore nerdy trendsetters, such as myself, were seriously into anime.
“Watashi wa otaku da!” We’d announce about ourselves, proudly.
“I’m a nerd!” is the translation. A proclamation of how geeky we were for Japanese cartoons and certain aspects of the culture. We were Otaku! [otaku means geek or nerd] We were were loud, out and proud.
Well, I was, anyway.
I spent a lot of time on SailorMoon.org in the early 90’s, which was basically a place for girls and boys who loved sailor moon to go and talk about the show, share pictures and … well. That was pretty much it. To get totally hipster on you, we were sharing gifs before a lot of y’all tumblr users were born. We’d do AIM chats and talk about everything in our lives, and talk a lot about Sailor Moon.