And you don't see how making the only main character with a criminal background black is kinda sketchy? And you made to animal parts a lot more prominent then they are in canon. That's edging close to some really racist stereotypes.
pls learn the difference between a complex, sympathetic character with some villainous traits being portrayed as black and…like…a criminal thug being portrayed as black
the white fang was a peaceful faunus rights activism group for a long time; they only became more extremist and violent later on, which is when and why blake…left…
like she (maybe) committed some crimes in the name of liberating herself and her people from oppression, then she committed some crimes under the guide of people she used to trust which she then regretted, and then she committed no crimes at all. idk if “criminal background” is really the right term in this situation
and like cats/cat motif people are really? idealised? nobody sticks cat ears on a person because they hate that person—cat stereotypes are graceful, beautiful, serene, like…a lot of positive adjectives that are not the same as the ones associated with antiblack racist stereotypes tbh? this is the only halfway valid criticism anyone’s come up with so far though so if you want to expand on it, maybe even off anon (!!!), i’ll consider not ignoring you
Tuesday 09 Sep '14 with 27 notes