Sentai Heroine

Vanquishing evil in the name of all things awesome! I'm a 25 year old cis girl (she/her) who identifies as pan-romantic asexual. I'm also INFJ on the Myer-Briggs scale. I'm a huge super sentai/kamen rider fan. I am also in love with actor Sato Takeru and the band One OK Rock. I'm also a feminist. Here you shall find lots of all of that along with posts about dramas and shows that I watch. This blog is basically whatever I feel like posting on the random.  I also consider myself SUPER nice so approach me with whatever. <3 [Art credit to pictolita]
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A thing I may or may not participate in, but definitely want as many people to try as possible. A big problem for asexual geeks (and grey-a’s, demisexuals, and other people on the spectrum) is the lack of representation we get in the fandoms that we spend most of our time participating in. To this, I say let’s take our favorite characters and mold them to reflect us. 

Participate in this challenge in any way you want on Asexual Awareness Week (Oct 26 - Nov 1). Edits, gifs, fanart, fanfiction, fanmixes, just copy-pasting this and listing them out one by one, literally in any way you contribute to the fandom on a day to day basis. 

Day 1: A male character you see as asexual. 
Day 2: A female character you see as asexual. 
Day 3: A character you see as grey-a or demisexual. 
Day 4: A ship you would like to see as an asexual one. 
Day 5: A male character you see as aromantic. 
Day 6: A female character you see as aromantic. 
Day 7: A ship you would like to see as a platonic one. 

Reblog this to spread awareness, please, and tag your edits/whatever as ‘aawfc’. I’m gonna be tracking the tag and reblogging a ton of them for the fandoms I’m in. And I have a ton of ace followers who will probably love to do the same. 

raganiazumi lets do this :) 

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FLAWLESS KURANOSUKE THIS IS NOT A DRILL

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First Impression :: Gomen ne Seishun (I&#8217;m sorry youth! / ごめんね青春!)
I was excited for this drama the moment I saw Mitsushima Hikari as the lead female actor for the show. She was in one of my favourite dramas of the year: Wakamonotachi 2014. I&#8217;m so thrilled to be able to watch her again! Though&#8230;.she&#8217;s not in this show enough. She&#8217;s the best part of the show and she was barely in the first episode.
I&#8217;m 3 minutes into this show and am delighted to see Ryusei Ryo (Kyoryu Red) as part of the supporting cast. Not so delighted that his first moments on screen involve him grabbing the manboobs of one of his fellow male classmates because he&#8217;s desperate to touch breasts. Uhm&#8230;.whut?
The pace of this show is quick and it&#8217;s&#8230;.not entirely to my liking in terms of subject matter. We&#8217;ve got an all boy&#8217;s school (obviously delinquents because apparently they&#8217;re relatable) right next door to a Catholic All Girl&#8217;s school. You know what would be interesting? Focusing on the girls&#8217; school. But no. The delinquents are our protagonists. Speaking lewdly about the virginity of the girls next door, taking videos of them on the train, etc. And those that run the all girls&#8217; school are prudish harpies who aren&#8217;t giving the delinquent school a fair judgement. Kill me.
The rampant sexism pisses me off. As does the depiction of the girls&#8217; school. I went to a Catholic All Girls&#8217; high school and let me tell you it was one of the best experiences ever. It&#8217;s where I started my journey to be a feminist. It&#8217;s where I learned that I do not need male attention to be a whole person. But this show&#8230;.well&#8230;at first glance it&#8217;s sharing the opposite.
I don&#8217;t know if I can handle this show. We have so many scenes I&#8217;m just not comfortable with because we&#8217;re not supposed to be disgusted. We&#8217;re not supposed to be disgusted with our protagonist sneaking into a room to watch girls can changed without knowing they&#8217;re being spied on. We&#8217;re supposed to be equally disappointed when they&#8217;re not seen naked. We&#8217;re supposed to laugh as the young men jeer, mock and degrade high school girls trying to use the pool. A priest talking angrily that his son gets to touch HIS WIFE without having to PAY anything but he (her FATHER IN LAW) can&#8217;t just grope and touch her at any time. Because&#8230;.you know&#8230;.she&#8217;s an item. If anyone knows how this show is supposed to go and know that it gets better then please let me know. Otherwise I was just continually uncomfortable and upset.
The ending when the girls FINALLY had a chance to talk and spoke only the truest words of the entire episode did I enjoy the episode. Though I have a feeling that things aren&#8217;t going to progress with them continuing to be this awesome. The key example for this is Amarin. She&#8217;s dating one of the boys and she tells him point blank that it&#8217;s with HIM that she feels like she&#8217;s right in the world. Acting the docile, sweet and feminine woman who basically tells him to stop being a gentleman and force her to be intimate with him. She tells him her school persona is someone she doesn&#8217;t like. What&#8217;s her school persona? A strong willed girl who doesn&#8217;t take sexual harassment and stands up for herself. Yeah. This is the side of her we&#8217;re supposed to hate. Oh dear.

First Impression :: Gomen ne Seishun (I’m sorry youth! / ごめんね青春!)

I was excited for this drama the moment I saw Mitsushima Hikari as the lead female actor for the show. She was in one of my favourite dramas of the year: Wakamonotachi 2014. I’m so thrilled to be able to watch her again! Though….she’s not in this show enough. She’s the best part of the show and she was barely in the first episode.

I’m 3 minutes into this show and am delighted to see Ryusei Ryo (Kyoryu Red) as part of the supporting cast. Not so delighted that his first moments on screen involve him grabbing the manboobs of one of his fellow male classmates because he’s desperate to touch breasts. Uhm….whut?

The pace of this show is quick and it’s….not entirely to my liking in terms of subject matter. We’ve got an all boy’s school (obviously delinquents because apparently they’re relatable) right next door to a Catholic All Girl’s school. You know what would be interesting? Focusing on the girls’ school. But no. The delinquents are our protagonists. Speaking lewdly about the virginity of the girls next door, taking videos of them on the train, etc. And those that run the all girls’ school are prudish harpies who aren’t giving the delinquent school a fair judgement. Kill me.

The rampant sexism pisses me off. As does the depiction of the girls’ school. I went to a Catholic All Girls’ high school and let me tell you it was one of the best experiences ever. It’s where I started my journey to be a feminist. It’s where I learned that I do not need male attention to be a whole person. But this show….well…at first glance it’s sharing the opposite.

I don’t know if I can handle this show. We have so many scenes I’m just not comfortable with because we’re not supposed to be disgusted. We’re not supposed to be disgusted with our protagonist sneaking into a room to watch girls can changed without knowing they’re being spied on. We’re supposed to be equally disappointed when they’re not seen naked. We’re supposed to laugh as the young men jeer, mock and degrade high school girls trying to use the pool. A priest talking angrily that his son gets to touch HIS WIFE without having to PAY anything but he (her FATHER IN LAW) can’t just grope and touch her at any time. Because….you know….she’s an item. If anyone knows how this show is supposed to go and know that it gets better then please let me know. Otherwise I was just continually uncomfortable and upset.

The ending when the girls FINALLY had a chance to talk and spoke only the truest words of the entire episode did I enjoy the episode. Though I have a feeling that things aren’t going to progress with them continuing to be this awesome. The key example for this is Amarin. She’s dating one of the boys and she tells him point blank that it’s with HIM that she feels like she’s right in the world. Acting the docile, sweet and feminine woman who basically tells him to stop being a gentleman and force her to be intimate with him. She tells him her school persona is someone she doesn’t like. What’s her school persona? A strong willed girl who doesn’t take sexual harassment and stands up for herself. Yeah. This is the side of her we’re supposed to hate. Oh dear.

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S.H.Figuarts 木之本桜 (Sakura Kinomoto)
Now appeared from Cardcaptor Sakura

New Item Pickup!
March 2015 in retail stores.

It’s scheduled to begin accepting pre-orders soon!

(Official Website of BANDAI “Tamashii Web”)
http://tamashii.jp/special/pickup/201503bbmk/

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First Impression :: Massan (マッサン)

I was so excited for this drama. Why? Because it seems like something so unique for Japanese television. I don’t expect a lot of diversity in Japanese television. Why? Because Japan is a very homogenous country. I’m currently living in South Korea and it’s much of the same. It’s rare to see someone who is not Korean on the street. And that’s just how the country is. Furthermore, Hollywood and mainstream American television shows and movies still pervade the country. However! That does not mean that I don’t enjoy seeing people of different races and cultures represented on Japanese television. Because I like seeing their interpretation of different types of relationships.

Not to mention an interracial romantic relationship during a time period when such things were still rare. Our story starts after Ellie and Massan are married in Scotland. Massan had been studying how to make whiskey in Scotland when he met Ellie and she agreed to return to Japan with him. It’s adorable to see the couple interact in both English and Japanese. Ellie is precious and sweet and Massan is adorable and eager.

The episodes are incredibly short at only 15 minutes. I’m excited to see how things progress and I wish Ellie and Massan all the best as they make their way together in their new life.

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zennistrad:

Several minutes ago, Anita Sarkeesian posted this to her Twitter.

First response, a guy calling her a “cunt”, and the third is a guy linking to this image (VERY NSFW.)

Yeah, good job proving that you’re not sexist, guys.

Once again I do not support anita’s message in any way and agree with her on very few things but she in no way ever deserved death threats and harassment and a bunch of uneducated fucks harassing her every time she tries to say something.

Good job guys, you all proved how progressive you are.

Why do people do this? Always add the disclaimer that you absolutely totally do not agree with her at all BUT. Why does it matter in this context?

I mean, sure, I’m glad that you, unlike many people who disagree with her, don’t think she deserves harassment. That’s good. 

But what would it take for there to be a strong show of support for her that isn’t full of caveats about how you disagree?

And furthermore, what in the FUCK is there to disagree with her on? I mean, if she likes potatoes and you like carrots, then what the fuck ever. But how can you disagree with her analysis of misogyny in video games when literally every time she breathes, dudes show up to threaten to rape her and blow her up? Practically her entire life has become one long series of bullshit that proves her right at every turn. Fuck you if you don’t believe her. Fuck you if you don’t agree with her.

I’ve known multiple people who are all anti-Anita and they try to say it’s about her arguments, but when I press them about it they switch to say it’s about the way she presents them, and when I press them more it turns out it’s about misogyny.

People don’t like her because she presents these facts in an unapologetic, straightforward, no-nonsense way utilized by many male academics. In other words, she’s acting like a total b*tch. Because any woman who talks about these issues without apologizing to men about it and petting their egos every eight seconds is a b*tch.

Everyone read those last two comments. Over and over.

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And in that moment, everybody in the theater let out a huge sigh of relief as they realized what had just happened; for the first time in forever there was no forced romance between the protagonists in an action movie. 
The heavens finally answered the prayers of the people. 

This was, no lie, one of my favorite scenes in the entire movie.  I had been waiting the entire film for the Same Old Thing to happen between Raleigh and Mako, and I wouldn’t have been angry.  The film had my heart at this point.  It would have been disappointing, but not enraging.  And they’re both there, and that seems to be what’s about to happen…

And then this.  And it felt so, so much more real and warm and sweet and genuine and friendly and compassionate.

Also, when I showed my mother the movie, not only was she thrilled they didn’t kiss but she correctly pointed out that as a relationship resolution, a kiss would have been entirely unnecessary because they had been drifting. She much preferred this forehead-to-forehead touch for them looking for a physical confirmation that the other was okay; she pointed out that symbolically, brain to brain made much more sense than lips to lips ever would have.

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First Impression :: Binta! ( ビンタ!)

This was certainly an interesting show. I’m not sure how much I liked it though so I think I need to watch the second episode before I make any decisions. It was just….kinda weird.

The story follows Minowa Bunta, played by Matsumoto Toshio, who has discovered he has a younger half sister. In order to convince her to live with him he gets a job as a legal assistant. Though in this job he does some extreme things….breaks legal confidentiality, yells at clients and then almost tears their deceased mother’s house down because they can’t stop bickering about inheritance. This show seems to be a show of extreme personalities. When he rightly gets fired at the end somehow he ends up getting a job again.

What?

Matsumoto Toshio is from the Japanese group Exile. He did a pretty solid job in the first episode. I’m not sure if this is his first acting job because I couldn’t find any details about him in anything else. If it is, I’m impressed. He came across as a really honest character with a charming smile. I liked him.

As I said, I’m going to give the second episode a watch and see if it tones down a smidge.

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