A question about cartoons

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A question about cartoons

Postby miguel of the moon on September 12th, 2011, 6:02 pm

Dear Mr.. Baker,

I love children's programming, however I find it most annoying, if not inherently unjust, not to mention outright sexist, the dearth of outgoing female protagonists; who don't just ask the male characters silly, rather inane questions but also - besides firmly enhanced breasts, have firmly enhanced, read informed opinions, as well as strong bodies; and who aren't all ugly evil hag-witches, etc. :roll:

Do you ever watch t.v. cartoons? If so, what are your favorite shows? :?:

Best regards,

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Re: A question about cartoons

Postby Tom Baker on September 18th, 2011, 8:25 pm

I'm sorry, Miguel cartoons annoy you because the female characters are so silly, but cartoons are meant to be a distortion of reality, of course, aren't they?

I don't watch cartoons though I have a very good looking modern tv and I often look at it though I never switch it on. So I have no idea what it presents, nor have I the slightest curiosity. I might make an exception for a big rugby match but even that is very rare.

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