As for the eternal
icon debate. You can't control your mind, only your actions. It's one thing to drool over Minnie, Mimi, or Chi as a fantasy, another thing entirely if you try to act out those fantasies in the real world.
To be fair, I mostly like Chi because of her personality and the fact I just enjoy short waif-like women with flat chests, and it just so happens lo.lis are often times depicted in that nature with a personality that mimics that of an adult more than anything, while women of age are always far more curvy. I absolutely hate children, can't stand them, and I'm sure if any of these characters, or even characters in traditional media of this theoretical age, acted their age, nobody would want to watch them.
Hell, if you watch the movies that feature what can be called "lo.lis" as their main characters, they often act much older than the adults. The girl from Brave certainly acted a lot more mature than her man child of a father, and the other elders, while also oddly being as mature if not more so than her mother. It's the whole princess syndrome really, the young girl is always the progressive exciting one, and the older woman is an evil ice queen psycho who hates everyone.
Plus, the little mermaid was 14.
Etherian wrote:I wonder why Bleedman decided to give up being all socially acceptable. Maybe he found didn't enjoy his own work as much?
I like it when he's less social acceptable, he shouldn't have to censor himself, beyond nudity as it results in legal age restrictions, as an artist. I'd rather he ruffle a few feathers and get his vision across how he wanted, instead of making it lesser by conforming to abstract social norms.
However, he's kind of going into over drive here, I wonder if something happened or if it's just a coincidence.