There are many children media entertainment that show gender socialization. One show in particular is a cartoon that dates back toPopeye the Sailor. This cartoon came out during the first wave of feminism and was a very good example on how the world saw girls vs.
Popeye was originally just one of the many characters in a comic series drawn by Elzie Segar called Thimble Theater, which had been around for about 10 years before Popeye showed up. Popeye was a one-eyed, year-old born in a typhoon in Santa Monica, Californiasemi-deformed-looking sailor with a severe speech impediment. The Popeye character quickly became so popular, the strip was re-christened Thimble Theater Starring Popeye and then later just called Popeyethe same title it carries to this day.
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Celebrating the animated work of the most amazing cartoon character ever created. All original material copyright by the author so don't even think of stealing it. You can really feel Bluto burning with frustration as Olive ignores his advances, the action stopping just short of a dry hump. Best description of a Popeye scene ever.
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Post a Comment. One of the first images I remember seeing as a kid was a Popeye cartoon. Whenever I catch the show usually on the Boomerang Network I'll watch it eagerly even if its a show I've watched several times.
Betty Boop is a character created by animators Grim Natwick and Max Fleischer for Fleischer Studios infirst seen in the animated short Dizzy Dishes and going on to appear in a total cartoons. Originally an antropomorphic French poodle, she soon changed into a young human girl noted for her sex-appeal. Her last cartoon appeared inafter being toned down due to restrictions set by the film industry. However, comics and television specials later appeared and she remains a popular merchandise icon.
Now discontinued cartoon from the forties and fifties about an oddly proportioned american sailor who constantly got into fights, where he was the underdog. He would, at a pivotal point, consume spinach, and become immediatley brawnier as a result. Immensely popular, and famed for his arch-enemy blutogirlfriend Olive Oil, and his ridiculously large biceps.
Recent events in the world of animated children's shows have caused people to question whether the cartoon industry is promoting a homosexual agenda. Allegations have been directed at SpongeBob SquarePants for participating in a pro-gay video, and at Buster the Bunny for his fraternization with a lesbian couple and their children. While some have dismissed these allegations as the rantings of ultraconservative Christians, gay cartoon characters do in fact exist, and some of them are even politically active.