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Girls getting salty over cup-size in Japanese media. Why the hell is this a thing?
They wear pants, shorts, skirts, leggings, etc. In reality, girls in Japan show off their legs more than girls in western countries do. Also, skirts are a part of the Japanese dress code in school. Boys are not allowed to wear shorts. Do you see that. How do you think the heterosexual male majority of anime fans feel about this?
I never hear any male anime fans complain. Some are heavier in male fan-service, and some are heavier in female fan-service. If an anime has too much fan-service, then it turns me off from the story. If you are going to try and bash on lewdness in anime, then include males too in order to make your point not appear so narrow-minded. It just goes to show how you deal with other opinions—you try and block them out.
You are the one acting ridiculous, not me. Ok, the other answers here pretty much cover what I feel about anime and manga; girls are often sexualized, girls seem like they must be pure, etc. But as somebody who has had drawing as a hobby for years, I really am frustrated by a lot of the art. I have four words for you: Do they enjoy feeling awkward? Real people almost never stand like that, it makes girls seem… weak when they look like they need to go to the bathroom ASAP while the guys sport a beautifully strong, powerful stance.
Why do they have these strangely ginormous eyes, you ask? Because all women are like children and their innocence knows no bounds. Or muscle mass? Male protagonists actually come in a lot of body types, from broad-shouldered to very slight. If a girl is not skinny, she is overweight, and nobody takes her seriously. If this is a topic that interests you, I highly recommend the Anime Feminist blog. Great stuff there. Because the predominant art style is moe pronounced moh-eh , there is a preponderance of highly sexualized girls with large breasts who look 6 years old in anime and it makes me stabby.
But let me disclaimer this. I do NOT object to nudity, large breasts or oversexualization of women. I do object to this when the characters are children or made to look like children.
In fact, it repulses me utterly. In fact, if you watch around the panty obsession, it was a marginally interesting story. But take the same obsession, shove it into a story about teenagers and you will hear me making vomit noises. Which is why I do not and never will watch Strike Witches, despite it having a cool premise that would otherwise appeal to me. Worse, not only do the girls never get pants…the men all do. Boob mechanics. Guys, please stfu. Breasts do not move that way. Period, end of story.
Bras exist. Learn how they work. So, yeah, there could be a LOT of improvement in this. Since Erica covered anime, I'll write a bit more about Manga, since I grew up reading the stuff. Akira Toriyama owns the Dragon Ball IP… This gives artists a lot more freedom, encouraging new artists to break into the industry not by following other artists but by having new unique styles.
As a result, Japanese manga and by extension anime is much much much…. Every artist has a different drawing, narrative and panel layout style. It's not uncommon for artists to grow from one style to another in their later years. Japanese Manga are not just for teenage boys. It's for everyone; kids, grown ups, women, men… The themes and issue discussed in these comics are also very diverse, you get funny light hearted stories of kids saving the world to dark tales of suffering and death.
I know saying this will touch some nerves for a lot of comic book fans, and I'm sure there're many less known comic books touching various different topics… but in general, the more visible, more popular comics books are ALL superhero books featuring heterosexual males and females, and heavily catering towards a male audience.
When is the last time a widely successful comic book talked about regular high school girls become warriors for justice, AND one of them is gender fluent, AND! Name ONE popular comic book featuring a non-heterosexual relationship, name ONE well-known household superhero who is gay.
Well, Wonder Woman. Yes, she's confirmed bi, but not without struggle and backlash. While Sailor Uranus had been popular since the 90s. Japanese manga, anime and video games have their own problems. No doubt about it, video games especially those made their way to the western market predominately cater towards young male audiences perhaps that's the reason these games gain popularity in the west. None of these are present in western comic scene of superheros and continuous universes controlled by publishers who care more about making money than creating new, exciting stories that reflect our current society.
There's an obscure in the west, not in Japan or China Manga called F. Compo, created by Tsukasa Hojo, the creator of City Hunter. The manga was first published in , and ended in The story was about a very special family, in which the mother was a transgender female, and the father was a trans gendered male, they had a child who is gender fluent the series never confirm the child's gender. Father ran a manga studio in his family house, and all his assistants are non-gender conforming, non-heterosexual people one way or another.
And mother's nephew, a straight teenager male, came to live with his uncle now aunt after his parents tragically died in car accident. And the story is about how this straight, cis-gender teenager boy lives in a non-gender conforming, but loving caring happy household. Mind you, this series was published in the late 90s, when I was in high school. And I think that's probably the first time I read about transgender people in any kind of media. I imagine that's probably true to many friends of mine who also read manga and follow Hojo's work since City Hunter.
The manga was created by a prominent and prolific artist, it's published in installments for 4 years, had a successful run, very little social backlash, the artist went on doing other things with his reputation intact. Imagine that in US, and then you realize who has better representation of minority groups. I'd say Manga contributed a great deal towards me eventually becoming a feminist. For me, growing up reading Manga, I can always find beautiful drawn stories featuring strong powerful female leads with agency.
I've read stories about girls and women who look normal but secretly are superheros fighting for justice, and they aren't an accessory or extension of a popular male hero. They're heroes in their own right, in their own world. Or girls and women who struggle with everyday problems, romance, family, work, school… Girls and women who travel and explore. Girls and women who live in fantasy world or sci-fi world and become heroes.
Regular girls traveling back to time change the world, regular girls traveling to a fantasy world, defeating evil… Since I started reading Manga in elementary school, I've never felt for even a minute, that Manga is not for me.
Sure, there're particular books that are not to my taste, but manga as a whole is never alienating, in the way American comic books are alienating towards female readers. Granted, a lot of these stories are cliched. But compare to monotone American comic books that feature an American location, features Americans, usually happen in current time, features the same kind of hero everywhere, same hero story going on and on for 70 years, with so much continuity red tape it is near impossible to create new stories… Japanese Manga is just so much better in every way.
If I could find more Chinese translations I would keep right on reading it. Their Armor is mostly only in the breats, Arms and legs. And also, i dont exactly Like big boobs, bcs i Know pretty Well how they Look without a bra. Also i hate IT when someone draws alittle Girl without breats, but with a womanly Body shape. I want to See a Kid with cute little Belly and Shorter legs, normal straight waist. Not a sexy Body shape that Just Lacks breats. Expect from Hair Colorado and eyecolor, they all Look the Same.
Same facey Same Body shape, Same boobs Size. I Like to See some different Body shapes and all. And they never Had the XXL boobs that i hate so much. I feel Like the drawers Just want some more Males to read Mangas. Bcs i Thinglk that Mangas are mostly read from Girls. It's annoying and doesn't usually have a real purpose. I hate the unnecessary bounciness of breasts, saw one even on a girl wearing literal armor.
It's just annoying, especially when the anime itself isn't like.. Like Highschool of the Dead or Btooom. Random up the skirt shots are annoying too. And usually it's in really unfitting situations, like a fighting scene. Now, I'm not going to stop watching a show or something because of this but it's irritating sometimes.
Like in Broom very minor spoiler when someone throws a grenade at the blonde chick-its been a long time since I've seen it- and it literally bounces off of her waterbed chest.
Of course not every anime is like this but a ton are.