The Owl House has given us
An afro-latine main character that is CANONICALLY bisexual and gender non-conforming, and seems to show signs of ADHD and/or Autism. (Luz)
A canon lesbian love interest that went through realistic growth and is not predatory or a stereotype. (Amity)
A biracial character with 2 fathers who are poc. (Willow and the Park fathers)
A bisexual middle aged witch that lives with a curse, which is a metaphor for chronic illness. (Eda)
A grumpy principal that actually cares about his students, listens to them, and is disabled visually. (Principal Bump)
A small, grumpy abomination professor that cannot walk, and uses an abomination to help him get around and is still respected by his students. (Abomination Teacher)
A young black character that never shows any forms of toxic masculinity and has a special interest in humans, raised by a single father, and moved up 2 grades showing that he is SMART and GIFTED (Gus Porter)
Multiple kids that were labeled as 'bad apples' shown to be smart and unique, but needed to be taught differently and given the tools to excel by combinding their magic talents instead of punishing them. (Viney, Jerbo, Barcus)
Multiple (albeit background) characters in same-sex or queer relationships.
And finally, today, we got Raine Whispers: a BROWN middle-aged NON-SHAPESHIFTING Nonbinary character fighting for freedom and to dismantle the system.
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