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Opinion: Kill la Kill: Incredibly Sexist or Incredibly Feminist?

oprainfall’s Antonin Kořenek writes: “Never in my life have I been so conflicted about a show. Was Kill la Kill sexist or some strange third-wave feminism masterpiece? At its core, Kill la Kill is a story about Ryuko Matoi, Satsuki Kiryuin, their friends, and their magical clothes. However, it’s mostly a show about some kick-ass people doing kick-ass things. The show is sometimes called a magical girl shojo, sometimes a shonen; it’s a little bit Sailor Moon and a little bit Gurren Lagann. It ultimately creates its own genre in how it takes elements of both shojo and shonen and mashes them together with a lot of ‘crazy.’ It is ‘insane,’ ‘badass,’ and ‘sexy,’ but what is it really? And does it say anything about anything or end up being about a whole lot of nothing?”

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Yi-Long939d ago

Incredibly fun and entertaining. It doesn't have to be anything else.