If I didn't know better I would have thought you write this.
No, but I certainly am clapping. 👏 Especially at this bit:
"As unfortunate as it is, we just have to call a spade a spade here: Kara wasn’t allowed a final love story because her only viable option was a woman. It’s extremely upsetting that this is still the reality in 2021. Especially because the series built so much of itself on the heavy-handed queerbait weaved into every scene Kara and Lena had in the series.
The Arrowverse may have been built on the foundations of love, but Supergirl’s aversion to Supercorp was built on the foundation of harmful practice, one that should’ve been retired years ago."
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(I did not mean to hit the ask button yet, let me try this again)
It’s not that hard to understand how Lara and Mew Mew work if you take the time to understand ghost monster… biology?
Terms aside, Lara and Mew Mew, like Napstablook and Mettaton, were brought into the world as ghost monsters. Ghost monsters are non corporeal.
However, ghost monster have the power to posses objects and use them as vessels, and if they find a vessel that perfectly fits them, they will merge with that vessel, and become corporeal.
Mew Mew and Lara merged with doll bodies, Mettaton merged with a robot body.
Heck, when you think about it, a robot is just a metal doll.
Napstablook is fine with being a ghost, so they never possessed a physical body, doll, robotic, or otherwise.
This is a big brain moment right here
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