>>107354967>Being a trans is not a mental illness
kek.>>107354981>There is kissing in Johnny bravo too
Again, false equivalency, there's kissing in most cartoons, it's often cartoonish, either chaste or over the top, but never has there been a children's cartoon seriously depicting, for example, the kind of intimacy shown between the blue and red midgets as the red midget starts kissing not only the other's cheek but starts dipping into her neck and chest as well. Also, stay on point, take your relevance fallacy elsewhere we both know "kissing" isn't even half the shit that Sugar passes by the censors.>>107355011>Wasn't there implied bestiality, in Johnny Bravo? I man, he was ready to fuck a werewolf.
Johnny wanted to fuck the woman, not her transformation,even if he did it isn't bestiality, but an entire different degeneracy, but anyway it was all a sketch you ninny, played for laughs https://youtu.be/mDiz9UuH_20
how does any of this promote fucking animals?
For God's sake the reveal at the end of the episode is that she also turns into a man on Wednesdays.>And then there was the time he was changed into a woman and couldn't help but mire at himself.
How is this even something to be brought up when considering Johnny Bravo as a character and the show's genre? Like I said before, Johnny's a caricature that you're supposed to laugh at, much like how you're supposed to laugh at Mr Bean's self centered lunacy, the creators never padded themselves on the back about making "change" or bringing to light the dangers of "toxic masculinity", they also didn't consider their target audience to be idiots that couldn't infer that Johnny's hi-jinks weren't things they promoted or pushed.
SU on the other hand politicizes itself constantly and has an agenda to push admitted by the creator herself.