alphabet: female anime characters

"The signs as my favourite female anime characters"

Aries: Yuri Nakamura (Angel beats)


Taurus: Ayuzawa Misaki (Kaichō wa Maid-sama!)


Gemini: Sakura Kinomoto (Card Captor Sakura)


Cancer: Yozora Mikazuki (Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai)


Leo: Saeko Busujima (Highschool of the Dead)


Virgo: Shizuku Mizutani (Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun) 


Libra: Ririchiyo Shirakīn (Inu × Boku SS)


Scorpio: Taiga Aisaka (Toradora!) 


Sagittarius: Eru Chitanda (Hyōka)


Capricorn: Mashiro Shīna (Sakurasou-sō no Pet na Kanojo)


Aquarius: Sawako Kuronuma (Kimi ni Todoke)


Pisces: Ginbei Haruomi Sawatari (Onii-chan dakedo Ai sae Areba Kankeinai yo ne!)

anonymous asked:

Who are your favorite female anime characters?

This is going off of the top of my head, so I might not mention all of the female characters that I favor, but…

Akane from Psycho-Pass (though, it should be noted that I love *all* of the female characters in that series, they were all really well done and I look forward to seeing them again, and hopefully some more, in the movie and season 2).

Tsukimi from Kuragehime (Princess Jellyfish).

Tohru from Fruits Basket.

Watashi from Jinrui wa Suitai Shimashita (Humanity has Declined).

A certain female character from Kino’s Journey (I don’t want to spoil).

Kou/Gou from Free! as well as Ama-sensei.

Haruhi from OHSHC.

Yaone and Kanon from Saiyuki.

Sharon and Ada from Pandora Hearts (though this is more manga than anime, the same goes for Tohru).

Tsukumo from Karneval (once again, more manga than anime). 

Chii from Chobits.

Basically all the female characters in Princess Tutu (Ahiru/Duck, Rue, Miss Edel, and Uzura).

Utena and Anthy (it’s been a while since I watched Revolutionary Girl Utena or the movie though, I stand by this).

Seras and Integra from Hellsing (TV series and OVA, Ultimate)

Kana-chan from Chihayafuru (though, it should be noted that all of the female characters in this series are really well written as well).

The females in Wolf’s Rain (Blue, Cher, and Cheza specifically).

And Chitanda from Hyouka.

There are probably a ton more, but these ones popped into my head right away.

I hate it when women in anime

will slap a male character across the face with really no justification what so ever, and it’s viewed as OK. But if the roles were reversed in the same situation, it would’ve been viewed as a “low move” on the man’s part. Assaulting another human being over something stupid is a “low move” regardless of gender. There are some very rare situations where a slap across the face is a fair action but for the most part these simple disagreements can be solved like adults, without assault. This double-standard exists in reality as well but i see it more primarily in Japanese anime.