Obviously the endgame is an integrated society on some level.
But it's going to take a lot of work and a long time to get there. We might not see society-wide change unless there's a timeskip ending or something. At least, there will be personal growth for the characters we know and care about. Star has already promoted Buff Frog to a minister of some sort, I wouldn't be surprised if by the end he's done enough to earn Moon and River's genuine respect in his service, signifying that they've overcome their absolute prejudices.
At the same time, I have confidence the show will continue to not go full "monsters dindu nuffin, Mewmans bad" with some silly shit like a "Buff Frog's hut is burned down by the Mew Klux Klan" episode. They've consistently shown that while Mewmans are wrong for oppressing/genociding monsters, Monsters are also wrong for violent insurrection against Mewman rule and generally being a menace. The closest thing the show has had to a morally black character is Toffee.>>96746230>Marco would have to partially agree with Heinous for what you claim to be true.
Heinous's position was "surrender your freedom to me and I will restore order"
Marco explicitly said "it's great that you girls are free to express yourselves, but rules have a place too."
Hint: Star's recent trend of abusing her status princess to overturn the rules and traditions on Mewni to keep getting her way isn't a good thing.>These negative consequences are never shown in the show because that would contradict the escapist message (that kids can do whatever they want and everything will work out)>the escapist message
Ah yes, like when Marco just escaped from his boring life and problems on Earth to experience his fantasy on Mewni and lived happily ever after
What the fuck am I reading?>Star doesn't experience any positive growth nor experience the negative consequences of her actions.
Oh, you're just shitposting. Carry on then.