She-Ra And The Princesses Of Power Teaser Trailer Retains Masculine Design
She-Ra

Dreamworks finally released the first teaser trailer for She-Ra and the Princesses of Power. It’s only a minute long and gives you a small taste of the way Adora sounds along with her transformation animations.

Aimee Carrero takes on the role of Princess Adora, who then transforms into She-Ra. The trailer doesn’t really show off much other than some brief animations of Adora walking around, and then we get to see her transform into the androgynous-looking She-Ra while wielding her sword.

Her design as She-Ra is still based on having a stocky build, boyish bike-shorts, and thick arms and legs reminiscent of a teenage boy. The only feminine aspect to her is the long, flowing hair.

You can check out the trailer below.

The trailer isn’t entirely accepted by the community, and there’s a measure of pushback, as evident with the like/dislike ratio.

The YouTube comments are mostly positive or neutral, but some people aren’t buying into the Leftist propaganda.

Even some females have made it known that they’re not entirely keen on the show but will be open-minded about it.


Others also shared similar sentiments, noting that if this is more “women power” agitprop that it will do little more than ineluctably tarnish the legacy of the original.

Others joked about her bike shorts, and many more complained about the voice acting not matching the animation style, while a few more complained that the animations weren’t all that great.


There are still a lot of normal people out there still willing to give the Leftist cartoon a chance, despite complaining about She-Ra’s “stocky build” that makes her look like an “11-year-old” boy.

The androgynous design isn’t a mistake, though.

The creative lead on the show is a lesbian, and she wanted to make sure that the creative team was “diverse”. As evident by the voice acting cast, you can see that none of the main characters will be voiced by a straight, white male; another deliberate ploy.

 

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Back when the show was first announced, lesbian cartoonist Noelle Stevenson told Entertainment Weekly….

“I was really interested in finding what my next project would be, and finding something epic, serialized, action-adventure, fantasy, sci-fi…all of the things I wanted to do. [She-Ra] has this majority female cast, it’s centered around a female hero, it’s got rainbows and it’s got robots, it’s got everything I like in one place.”

Anti-SJWs (and not Centrists) were already keen to point out that the show was primed to push an agenda, but many normies weren’t willing to accept it. With the teaser trailer a few of them have become awakened to the direction that Stevenson and Dreamworks is taking with the show. It likely won’t be until the first couple of episodes will they finally see the writing on the wall.

We’ve repeatedly seen in almost all of mainstream Western media the female characters designed to either be androgynous or to lessen their feminine sex appeal. This is a common tactic used by Leftists in their creations or re-imaginings because their ultimate goal is to subvert Western standards and destroy the cultural entertainment standards that normal people enjoy.


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