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Just like the article says, I am curious what female anime fans think of perfect anime women, the girls who are busty cute kind, etc all that stuff that makes them so desirable, and what is your view on men who refer 2d girls
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I like anime girls like Mei Tachibana from Say " I love you".


Her personality is similar to mine although, I'm not as shy.
And I think she is just pretty.Her eyes are just......

And Mikasa Ackerman from Attack On Titan.


I don't think I need to even explain why.
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love em XD tho they rarely exist irl lol
they're okay, i like 2d guys too
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Mikasa Ackerman. That is all. ^_^
Lol, there are others, but she's my favorite so far.
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You should rename this thread "Female Anime Fan's View on Mikoto Misaka"
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I often find them likeable, especially if they can kick major ass. I don't like the fanservice that they usually go through, though, because it doesn't do anything for me. I kind of pity them, because of that.

I don't really care if guys prefer 2d women, because I tend to like 2d men. It's fantasy, and real life pretty much sucks. I can't blame them.
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aeb0717 wrote:

I often find them likeable, especially if they can kick major ass. I don't like the fanservice that they usually go through, though, because it doesn't do anything for me. I kind of pity them, because of that.

I don't really care if guys prefer 2d women, because I tend to like 2d men. It's fantasy, and real life pretty much sucks. I can't blame them.


This pretty much sums up what I think, too.

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I would say that they create unrealistic expectations for women because it is physically impossible to look like that, except there are also perfect anime men characters that set similar unrealistic expectations for men. I don't really think it's unfair because it affects both sides

Now, perfect anime girls (cute girl stereotype, big busty girls) generally annoy me, but that's because I'm not the target audience. I prefer female characters that break the mold. I also tend to criticize female characters more then male.

I don't really care about guys who only like 2d girls because there are girls who only care about 2D guys.
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All of the anime girls have flawless skins. No open pores, for starters. Even when they hit puberty.

They barely get hit on the face. Just a scratch on the face.
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Yoko Nakajima from the brilliant, 12 Kingdoms light novel and anime.



It is amazing how this spineless doormat goes from being a pathetic, weak teenage girl, then to an untrusting, callus person who lives to hate - and finally, to the noble, strong, courageous Empress of one of the 12 Kingdoms - and she's only 16!. Yoko learns to believe and trust in herself. She stumbles and makes mistakes, but she is always ready to keep improving herself. She relies on her remarkable brains, her thirst for knowledge and proper leadership for her kingdom, her strength and compassion in the face of adversity, and some incredible swordsmanship to boot. She goes from being an unlikable, useless character to one of the greatest characters I have ever come across, and her character development is just bloody amazing.

Not to mention, this anime and book series feature some incredible characters set in a brilliant world.

I'd also like to mention Usagi Tsukino from both the Sailor Moon anime and manga.



Usagi doesn't get good grades, she's a crybaby, she's petty and prone to fits of jealously. She gets frightened and scared. So why do I love her? Because she never falters to her best. She's always continuously there for those she loves, and risks herself time and time again to do what she can for them. She's loving, kind and compassionate - but ready to kick ass when she needs be. Her duty is important, but who she is and what she stands for is even more. In the manga especially, her incredible maturity and power aids her time and time again, but it is her compassion, justice and love that prevails over all to make her such a memorable, character.

Other mentions that come to mind are:

Utena (Revolutionary Girl Utena), Duck (Princess Tutu) Shuurei (Saiunkoku Monogatari), Tohru (Fruits Basket), Maya (Glass Mask)...

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Hmm idk about other people but for me, the perfect anime girl would be Makise Kurisu. She's good looking, smart, modest and doesn't fling herself onto guys. She's more realistic I guess which makes it better.
Mikasa is really badass and I like her alot but the fact that she is so overbearing on Eren kinda puts her lower on my list.
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loreal_BTFizzle wrote:
And Mikasa Ackerman from Attack On Titan.

I don't think I need to even explain why.


I...kinda do want an explanation of this, actually.

On the surface, she's a physically strong character, and isn't used like a sex object.

But she's just as overly devoted to Eren as any other anime little sister. And her badassery originates from... yep, kid-Eren convincing her to fight back (timid and helpless child to superhuman warrior, in a matter of seconds!). After that, she essentially devotes her life to protecting Eren from his own hot-bloodedness, and becomes an expert soldier only incidentally. Does she actually, canonically, have or want any purpose in life that doesn't revolve around him?
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I don't pay attention to female characters...or male characters. I pay attention to the story and how the characters fit in it regardless of the gender. Having said that, I avoid stupid shows with harems, ecchi and all those shows that have women as a sex symbol rather than as an equal.

Casca from Berserk and Sarasa from Legend of Basara are the closest I'd call as "perfect anime girl" it is their brains that matters to me and their strong personality, not their body. Also, I like strong-willed characters, not characters like Tohru from Fruits basket who is what I hate the most in a female: submissive, and gullible.... plus extremely cute and kind. People like that are fakes and I can't stand them in real life and in fantasy.
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kotomikun wrote:


loreal_BTFizzle wrote:
And Mikasa Ackerman from Attack On Titan.

I don't think I need to even explain why.


I...kinda do want an explanation of this, actually.

On the surface, she's a physically strong character, and isn't used like a sex object.

But she's just as overly devoted to Eren as any other anime little sister. And her badassery originates from... yep, kid-Eren convincing her to fight back (timid and helpless child to superhuman warrior, in a matter of seconds!). After that, she essentially devotes her life to protecting Eren from his own hot-bloodedness, and becomes an expert soldier only incidentally. Does she actually, canonically, have or want any purpose in life that doesn't revolve around him?


Your explanation was on point.
As far as the whole "Does she actually, canonically, have or want any purpose in life that doesn't revolve around him?" Her parents were killed right in front of her eyes and she was nearly killed herself, and her still being a child than that seems pretty traumatizing don't you think? But, like you said, she fought back because of Eren. It's only natural for someone to have that much gratitude towards some one after a situation like that. Eren made her realize that she is stronger than she thinks. And with her to realize that and actually believe it, she is a pretty strong minded person weather it's because of Eren or not.
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I'm not even really sure how I want to answer this.
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