Kill la Kill = Exploitation + Empowerment?

Kill la Kill for all of its visual creativity is a pretty controversial show, if only for its main heroine’s outfit and how it’s used in the series. Whether Ryuko’s uniform (or lack thereof) is a symbol of feminine power or yet another case of women being objectified in media is the point of contention.

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Yi-Long1061d ago

It's FUNNY and entertaining. That's all I want, need and expect from my anime. Or at least from anime like this.

Not every piece of entertainment (books, games, anime, tv-shows, etc etc) has to be politically correct. It would be pretty damn boring otherwise.

Simon_Brezhnev1060d ago

I use to watch it but gave up. Her annoying friend made me drop it. I dont even know why she is in the show.