Still in the middle ...

  1. Gonna throw my 2 cents in here. I'm a straight male, and I absolutely adore how LGBT positive the show is too. I may not be LGBT myself but I like to consider myself an ally and She-Ra is such a breath of fresh air, to have all this wholesome and excellently done representation in amongst a well-written and entertaining show. It's like nothing I've ever seen before. I really hope it has set a precedent and we see more and more properly embrace having a really diverse cast because it really does enrich the experience.

  2. Considering "pew pew 👉👉" was Adora's first words in the show, I honestly wondered if they'd make her bi.....

  3. I’m 37 and just came out to myself 2 weeks ago. I’ve spent my entire life being uncomfortable with myself and having feelings toward men and the last two weeks have been so great! Like, seeing an attractive dude and just acknowledging it and not feeling weird about it would have been a nice thing to have as a teenager or young adult. I don’t get those years back, but I can be me going forward.

  4. Realized I was bi about two months ago. Definitely had to undo a lot of internalised homophobia and toxic stuff I picked up from my environment. I think one of the biggest reason why I didn't realize sooner was because of how much toxic masculinity was around me growing up.

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