brone i walked past the local pub yesterday, the sign outside advertised a lingerie lunch event. i questioned why in 2016 women need to demean themselves like that in a restaurant, at noon no less. it was then i realized that I'm a sjw
>>137859473 >it was then i realized that I'm a sjw You're not. You would be one if you had thought those women are being oppressed by the patriarchy, if you thought they're forced to do that. You would also be a SJW if you thought it's okay for them to dress like that, because it somehow empowers them.
The way you think, though, is that of a Conservative, since you thought those women were demeaning themselves, rather than being demeaned/oppressed by others.
>>137858836 Krauss is based. Also, watching the Umineko anime right now, not as bad as I expected so far (ep.11, end of 2nd arc) from what people keep saying. I mean sure, some scenes were rushed as fucked, they removed a couple of memorable moments, and most characters are lacking caratherization compared to the VN. Does it get much worse?
>>137858836 The fact that a character from a work of fiction is sexist doesn't mean that the author is (not necessarily at least), nor that that's the message of the work. It's like saying "How do they get away with having murders in movies when murder is illegal?"
>>137861169 This. I'd go as far to R07 is quite the opposite of sexist actually. A lot of the female characters he writes are strong, sure they have their problems (all of his characters do), but they are strong nonetheless.
>>137858836 Traditional values. A samurai was expected to go off to war for profit and honor, and his wife was expected to run his house or castle, and see to it's defense while he was gone. So something like this is merely seen as an old fashioned ideal. One that they've been slow to shake as it sort of applied to salarymen as well (salaryman spends virtually all his time working to bring in the money, his wife takes care of the house and raises the kids).
>>137861751 To be perfectly honest, she probably should be allowed to wear whatever (even though this looks really stupid). Our reaction to this is basically the reaction someone from the 1800 would have to how women currently dress.
>>137861948 They just didn't bother to make separate artwork for when a different character than in the background's first/predominant use is talking. It probably would've been better to not show anyone talking in it at all, but it doesn't really matter.
>>137860644 The first and second arcs are acceptable, despite a severe lack of character development that the VN had, it really starts getting down hill later when they start introducing more plot elements and meta world characters. It worked in the VN because it could pace itself out better, but episodes 3 and 4 really rely on the pre-established character development, as well as having enough time to flesh out the new elements they're introducing. It becomes hard to follow in the anime, especially during the fourth arc. Over all it should have been better paced out, and trying to do all first four arcs within 24 episodes was a fool's idea from the start. Couldn't do the same thing they did with Higurashi with Umineko.
>>137863449 You're retarded. Regardless of the message of umineko there is still a mystery that exists to be solved with hints placed in to solve it. Removing those hints is removing a huge part of umineko. I mean theres even a ton of time devoted to telling you about the fact that the hints exist with all the Knox stuff.
>>137862641 There's something such a the freedom of wearing anything you'd like, and there's another thing called "etiquette", which means there's a time and place to dress according to the occasion, and schools have rules regarding clothing in order to teach you that. No matter how feminist or SJW you are, common sense should tell you that, too.
And that post looks like bait so I don't see why it should be taken seriously in the first place.
>>137863567 >>137863191 >>137860644 In the end, Umineko isn't very well suited to be adapted into anime simply because there's way too much content to adapt, and most of it is strictly limited to VN format. There's no way you can make a 20-something episodes Umineko anime without cutting off a lot of shit, and nowadays is very rare to see a anime beyond that episode count.
Mostly, I'd better go downright into the heart of the matter and make it less about solving murders with hints and rules, and more about the Ushiromiya family drama (which is also a very important part of the story, if not the real story behind the murders) which is far more simple to understand, and solves the whole characterization problem the anime has.
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