History HoYay / SailorMoon

29th Aug '16 2:22:04 PM Kitchen90
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Sailor Moon codified many of the tropes for the MagicalGirl genre, including the trend of subtext that magical girls are lesbians or bisexual. Fitting, considering [[HiSailor many well-known sailor stereotypes]].

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Sailor Moon codified many of the tropes for the MagicalGirl genre, including the trend of subtext that magical girls are lesbians or bisexual. Fitting, considering [[HiSailor [[HelloSailor many well-known sailor stereotypes]].
29th Aug '16 2:21:04 PM Kitchen90
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Sailor Moon codified many of the tropes for the MagicalGirl genre, including the trend of subtext that magical girls are lesbians or bisexual.

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Sailor Moon codified many of the tropes for the MagicalGirl genre, including the trend of subtext that magical girls are lesbians or bisexual. Fitting, considering [[HiSailor many well-known sailor stereotypes]].
12th Aug '16 4:26:45 PM EDP
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** In the Act 28 of ''Crystal'', Minako's birthday gift to Rei is a bouquet of Casablanca Lilies, the same gift she used to get from her first love.
4th Jul '16 2:43:41 PM comicwriter
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* Season 3 contains the Chibiusa/Hotaru moments from the manga, but somehow makes it even ''less'' subtle. This comes to a head in the season finale, which contains the fate quote from the manga, but then adds in an additional scene where Hotaru says "Chibiusa, I really love you."

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* Season 3 contains the Chibiusa/Hotaru moments from the manga, but somehow makes it even ''less'' subtle. This comes to a head in the season finale, which contains the fate quote from the manga, but then adds in an additional scene line where Hotaru says "Chibiusa, I really love you."
3rd Jul '16 1:52:38 PM comicwriter
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* Season 3 contains the Chibiusa/Hotaru moments from the manga, but somehow makes it even ''less'' subtle. This comes to a head in the season finale, which contains the fate quote from the manga, but then adds in an additional scene where Hotaru says "Chibiusa, I really love you."
19th Jun '16 7:50:47 PM kataangluvr
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* In regards to Ho Yay, the R movie had a male alien named Fiore who made friends with Mamoru mainly because of how kind Mamoru was to him when they were kids, which involved Mamoru giving him a rose and Fiore promising to return with the most beautiful flowers he could find. He expressed jealousy towards Usagi upon finding out that she's Mamoru's girlfriend and even tried to kill her due to being possessed by a flower that magnified his hate against humanity. And to cap it off, Usagi was genuinely concerned that Mamoru might feel romantically abouy Fiore, and the other senshi seemed to think that was possible as well. For his own part, Mamoru was clearly dedicated to staying with Usagi, but there are indications for viewers, that he might have felt that way, when they were kids. For example, after he remembers their goodbye, he finds himself staring at forget-me-nots, and then Usagi tells him that forget-me-nots also symbolise true love. It might be worth noting that this movie was directed by Kunihiko Ikuhara, who's well-known for putting gay subtext and text in pretty much everything he does.

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* In regards to Ho Yay, the R movie had a male alien named Fiore who made friends with Mamoru mainly because of how kind Mamoru was to him when they were kids, which involved Mamoru giving him a rose and Fiore promising to return with the most beautiful flowers he could find. He expressed jealousy towards Usagi upon finding out that she's Mamoru's girlfriend and even tried to kill her due to being possessed by a flower that magnified his hate against humanity. And to cap it off, Usagi was genuinely concerned that Mamoru might feel romantically abouy about Fiore, and the other senshi seemed to think that was possible as well. For his own part, Mamoru was clearly dedicated to staying with Usagi, but there are indications for viewers, that he might have felt that way, when they were kids. For example, after he remembers their goodbye, he finds himself staring at forget-me-nots, and then Usagi tells him that forget-me-nots also symbolise true love. It might be worth noting that this movie was directed by Kunihiko Ikuhara, who's well-known for putting gay subtext and text in pretty much everything he does.
7th Jun '16 12:52:52 PM WriterGirl2015
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** In the anime in particular Haruka is always the harshest on Usagi, calling her out on her hopeless idealism, getting frustrated with her tactics or lack there of, and even violently jumping her at one point just because she was angry at the way Usagi handled a situation. Where as Usagi doesn't appreciate Haruka's rough manner of dealing with things and close-mindedness. But deep down it's shown that Haruka has an incredible amount of love towards Usagi. Feeling a fierce protectiveness for her and getting incredibly angry when anyone even indicates that they might harm her. Likewise, Usagi greatly respects and looks up to Haruka, and (though she doesn't always trust her judgement) she does appreciate Haruka's concern.
8th Nov '15 8:25:35 PM nombretomado
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* There's also the fact that Sailor Uranus and Sailor Neptune are in a lesbian relationship which ends in a HasTwoMommies situation when they adopt the reincarnated Sailor Saturn. (Arguably more of a Has Three Mommies situation since Sailor Pluto does help out.) The anime, naturally, took all of this and ramped it UpToEleven, especially in the hands of the director who eventually went on to make ''RevolutionaryGirlUtena.''

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* There's also the fact that Sailor Uranus and Sailor Neptune are in a lesbian relationship which ends in a HasTwoMommies situation when they adopt the reincarnated Sailor Saturn. (Arguably more of a Has Three Mommies situation since Sailor Pluto does help out.) The anime, naturally, took all of this and ramped it UpToEleven, especially in the hands of the director who eventually went on to make ''RevolutionaryGirlUtena.''Anime/RevolutionaryGirlUtena.''
1st Nov '15 6:47:47 AM ClipboardFox22
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** In the same chapter in the manga, Yaten demands to know if they have become distracted by boys from protecting their princess and lost their way. They then tell her and the rest of the Starlights, "We don't need boys to get along. Is that bad?", all while leaning closely on each other.
20th Oct '15 1:19:45 PM RainFairy
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* There was also one of the victims of the day in the ''Super S'' series: Yoshiki Usai, who was heavily implied to be gay and in some sort of relationship with his assistant. Fish-Eye targets him and doesn't bother to pretend to be a woman this time.
** Not to mention, the English dub turned Yoshiki Usai and his assistant into brothers and considering that they have previously tried (and failed) to cover up Michiru and Haruka's relationship by making them into cousins...

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* There was also [[http://wikimoon.org/index.php?title=Love_Those_Minis!_The_Fashionable_Senshi one of the victims of the day day]] in the ''Super S'' series: the fashion designer Yoshiki Usai, Usui, who was heavily implied to be gay and in some sort of relationship with his assistant. Fish-Eye targets him and doesn't bother to pretend to be a woman this time.
** Not to mention, the English dub turned Yoshiki Usai and his assistant into brothers and considering that they have previously tried (and failed) to cover up Michiru and Haruka's relationship by making them into cousins...cousins... Hm!
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