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A Legacy of Revolution

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We have mentors, teachers, coaches, and role models whose stories inspired us in some way. Even when these role models are gone, their stories will live on from generation to generation. For this month, we will be exploring stories that have inspired or taught us some important lessons about life.

Utena is is someone who lives by her own rules. Rather than hiding behind the prince to save her, she takes the sword and saves herself. Along her quest, she will fight other people for the right to have the rose bride and to revolutionize the world.

Utena is is someone who lives by her own rules. Rather than hiding behind the prince to save her, she takes the sword and saves herself. Along her quest, she will fight other people for the right to have the rose bride and to revolutionize the world.

Unlike Rose of Versailles, in Utena, people look down at her for dressing as a man. Over time, charter after character keeps telling her she needs to act more like a girl and dress like one. While growing up, this it close to home.

Here is a series with a character showing you can still be who you want to be and not cave into what others say. As other people continue to want to change her, it only makes her stronger. This here left a role model not only for me but for other people.

If you would like to watch Utena, the only way is by purchasing the DVDs. At this time, no one has streaming rights to it Update, as of today Funimation announced they will be streaming Utena starting 2/17/2020. You can also purchase the manga at your local bookstore. The manga is a short abbreviated version of the story, but still, a fun read.

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Remember to visit our other members who are participating this month. All you have to do is click on the links below. Thanks for reading, and we will see you next month.

2/6: Megan from Nerd Rambles

2/8: Takuto from Takuto’s Anime Cafe

2/11: Aria from The AniManga Spellbook
2/12: Hikari from Hikari Otaku Station

2/16: Ange from Just Being Otaku

2/17: Ashley from The Review Heap

2/22: Crimson from Cute Boys Central

2/24: YumDeku from MyAnime2go

2/27: Mel from Mel in Animeland

2/28: Lita from Lita Kino Anime Corner

2/29: Scott from Mechanical Anime Reviews

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