what do you hate about other anime girls?
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... I just watched some Anime, I forgot the name though, and I noticed something that I hated since Sailor Moon ^^ (my first Anime just so you know)
WHY?? why do the girls get scared about little things, like telling people they broke something, did something whatever... "OH NO! I didn't water the flowers! I have to buy new ones as soon as possible -insert name- will be soooooooo sad!!" wtf
OR why do they get depressed about little things?
A: You suck! I don't like you!
B: =( I don't have any friends, everybody hates me...
[then most of the times a black aura is seen around them!] -.-
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if you mean matsumoto from bleach, I think she at least has an interesting character. I think she's funny and she fights for herself. but yes I agree
Yeah, she can handle herself and her past with Gin is interesting, but most of her time onscreen is just used as a ploy to keep fanboys interested...
true. all the good characters are used like that, in some way or another. its so unfair sometimes...
Other girls in animes are weak and stupid. They cry all the time, can't look after themselves and HE always has to save them. The most annoying thing is that all the other characters worship them!
its always the same, I hope there is going to be a change someday with less characters like that. it would make anime a lot more interesting
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I really hate the violent, rambunctious ones who're always kicking and slapping some guy around. Like the older sister in Aishiteruze Baby. I find myself just wishing the guy would punch her back. I mean, I like characters like Claire in Claymore and Caska in Berserk, so it's not warriors I object to--this is more a character you see in high school shows. The behavior sort of offends me? It's like on the one hand, she's so touch and assertive she's always smacking some guy around, but she always has an assumption that he won't hit back because after all, she's just a girl. The whole thing sets my teeth on edge.
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I hate characters who are bossy and abusive, always hurting guys. Perfect example is Nami from One Piece and Sakura from Naruto can fit the category.
It's only a mask- even the strongest character is dreaming about master-husband for whom she can cook, sing and bring newspaper in her teeth.
All that "perfect housevifes to be" and strong but lovely charcters are made by men for boys. What is worse many boys says thet their "perfect anime girl" is heroine od Ai yori Aoshi.
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i hate that they always need to be rescued
Yeah. Damsel's in destress are kind of lame.
There needs to be more male damsel's in distress, and less female ones.
For all the times Kagome got her butt saved in the InuYasha fillers, I would've loved to see her, just once, save InuYasha.
Some girly behaviors I don't seem to like in the woman gender role and those who abide by it are:
Not having much drive to be physically competitive.
This one drives me nuts, since I'm a fan of shonen anime. The guys are so driven, but the girls never seem to match that. So many of them are so focused on romantic relationships.
Hypernormality and conformity. Overcaring for social graces.
I think this kind of goes with what I said about the other characters viewing these girls as being almost perfect. They never seem to rub anyone the wrong way, and any character who dislikes them is considered a bad person.
Being sexual in a feminine manner, such as being conscious about their looks, instead of focusing on the looks of someone they like.
Now that you mention it, I can't think of too many times when I heard a woman in an anime say or think that she found a guy physically attractive. As opposed to the hundreds of times I hear a guy from an anime say a woman is cute, hot, sexy, etc.
Overly high romantic expectations(getting infuriated over ONE romantic thing going wrong, instead of being like a guy about romance).
What do you mean by "like a guy"?
Women talking about "this is the way a woman behaves" and blahblah, really apples to anyone who says this is the way a person of a certain sex should act.
I hate this in real life, as well. I'm pretty darn certain that women don't have one, unified mindset, and I'm positive that men don't, either.
I could go on and on mentioning girly traits that girls carry I'm not into.
Feel free. I'm enjoying it quite a bit.
(I need to post in the objectification thread, but coming in here, I realize a lot of the stuff in there would be better suited for this thread anyway).
Still, I wouldn't mind hearing your opinions.
Lastly, your avatar always reminds me of Toph from Avatar. Probably because of the headband. I like it.
Because my sig making skills are non-existant.
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What gets me are the really girly girls like the ones in Ouran High School Host Club who just fawn over men and can't do crap for themselves; the ones that are portrayed as being real air-heads and giggly. Those types of anime girls are extremely sexist portrayals in that it gives people the sense that all girls are like that: hopeless, giggly, dependent, and weak. Misa from Death Note is a great example of this in how she literally clings to Light Yagami all the time, is really stupid, and can't seem to do anything for herself.
I also highly dislike whiny, complaining, and egocentric, and self-hating anime girls. Orihime Inoue from Bleach annoys me a lot because it seems she's always blaming herself for something instead of finding away to fix it or become better.
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I'm reading quite often here that people find it annoying that a girl is physically weak. However, I think it's even more grating that women are considered as intellectually weak. After all, look at Death Note and Code Geass, and similar such anime. WHO is the mastermind protagonist behind all the plotting? It's always the GUY.
Lelouch is physically the weakest character of Code Geass but he kicks butt when it comes to strategy. I find intellectual battles to be absolutely awesome, and I love intellectual characters as the main protagonist/antagonist, but there are virtually NO FEMALES fulfilling this role.
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Haha same. I disliked it when anime girls needs to be rescued all the time. Or they are either stupid, weak, or annoying etc. and people starts hating on them. And now "most" guys in real life would think most girls are weak because of what they see in shows they watch. And girls in real life would think that they should just btch around and wait for there ass to be save from the guy. I don't mind if there are some weak anime girls but I just hate how people in real life would view them real....
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