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TO LOVING TENSION NO PENSION TO MOooORE THAN ONE DIMENSION TO STARVING FOR ATTENTION HATING CONVENTION HATING PRETENTION NOT TO MENTION OF COURSE HATING DEAR OLD MOM AND DAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD

TO RIDING YOUR BIKE MID-DAY PAST THE THREE PIECE SUITS TO FRUITS TO NO ABSOLUTES TO ABSOLUTE TO CHOICE TO THE VILLAGE VOICE TO ANY PASSING FAAAD

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anonymous asked:

Is there any anime that hasn't been messed up by nazis?

Yes! Anything by Studio Trigger or Studio Ghibli, which are both run by leftists.

Kill la Kill started with a pun about fascism and fashion, and so the villains are based on fascists. Little Witch Academia is overtly pro-labor and anti-nationalist.

Hayao Miyazaki used to identify as a Marxist, but now considers himself too idealistic to be a dialectical materialist (so he’s more of a Hegelian now, I suppose?)

If you look at older studios with a lot of OVAs and movies in the 80s and 90s, you’ll find a lot of leftists

the danvers sisters band au for @fiddleabout

The fact that in Blackout Sunny was left alone and the only person who came to find him and who helped him was Pete and not his cousin or anybody else but Pete just really upsets me because then Usnavi turns around and plans on leaving him alone again but this time forever and I just feel so many emotions about Sonny de la Vega and I just want him safe and loved and Pete has always been there