I saw these episode (finally!), but felt no SJW vibes within it one way or the other. That seems about as concrete of an interpretation as the one that states that Frozen
sympathizes with kids with autism more than it does to sympathize with certain experiences of homosexuals who were (or still are) in the closet about their sexual orientation, as the filmmakers themselves had hinted that it was. Sometimes people experiments different levels of similar things, and when everything’s been water-down and made marketable to children, the differences between the experiences of two non-entirely-related subjects just kind of melt away and everything sort of blends together. (And in the case of Frozen
, both interpretations promote tolerance and helpfulness. So no one can really complain.)
If you saw or felt that these particular episodes were a commentary that’s weary of the hard-core SJW advocates, that’s great! Whatever floats your boat. But that’s probably not what the filmmakers were trying to comment about when creating those episodes. It seems to just be a story about defending or holding to your own unique individuality, which is an argument I hear from both SJWs and non-SJWs alike. (They both just have different and at times very flawed ways of arguing and defending their viewpoints is all. I honestly can’t stand the extremists of either group.)
Sailor Star Dust wrote:
Without spoilers, are fans happy how "Princess Twilight" was done? (Season 3 or 4 OP.) Yeah, catching up to do....
Princess Twilight is pretty cool. I have no complaints either way of that. Sure, her introduction as such seemed a little rushed and a trifle forced, but so did kind of everything in a season that was only 13 episodes long as opposed to the more tradition 26 episodes. (For that show, anyway.) I blame it on the shortness of Season 3 in general, and not on anything that’s unique to the particular episode in which it happened. Or rather, the overall shortcomings of Season 3 is what lead to the complaints about that particular episode. But since that’s the episode where Twilight is suddenly a princess, then that’s the only one many are gonna hear complaints about.