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* On a much lighter note, an impressively well thought-out and intriguing analysis of how Newt Scamander's character is a refutation of toxic masculinity can be found [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C4kuR1gyOeQ&t=157s here]].

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* On a much lighter note, an impressively well thought-out and intriguing analysis of how Newt Scamander's character is a refutation of toxic masculinity can be found [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C4kuR1gyOeQ&t=157s com/watch?v=C4kuR1gyOeQ here]].


* A harsh (but still fair) critique of the Jewish stereotypes in the film (most glaringly obvious with Gnarlack) can be foudn [[https://www.themarysue.com/jewish-coding-fantastic-beasts/ here]].

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* A harsh (but still fair) critique of the Jewish stereotypes in the film (most glaringly obvious with Gnarlack) can be foudn found [[https://www.themarysue.com/jewish-coding-fantastic-beasts/ here]].

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* A harsh (but still fair) critique of the Jewish stereotypes in the film (most glaringly obvious with Gnarlack) can be foudn [[https://www.themarysue.com/jewish-coding-fantastic-beasts/ here]].
* On a much lighter note, an impressively well thought-out and intriguing analysis of how Newt Scamander's character is a refutation of toxic masculinity can be found [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C4kuR1gyOeQ&t=157s here]].

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