I wanted to do an expression sheet for Kid.
its just my sister pimmy, the anime loli
No, I don’t think it is.
It’s not about making a big deal about sweet tooth’s gender. I’m making a deal out of MAKING A DEAL out of sweet tooth’s gender, if that makes sense?
Basically, it’s all about how they represent it. If you don’t know about Sweet Tooth, they’re character in the site whom they’ve continuously avoided using pronouns for, and canonly says that Sweet Tooth gets angry if anyone tries to ask. Otherwise they don’t really bring it up, characters don’t use pronouns, the books don’t use pronouns, nothin. They’re just a gender-ambiguous character and I think that’s cool! Because how often do we GET that in a kid’s game/site without it being a constant joke?
And that’s the thing I’m afraid of, I’m afraid they’ll make it a joke. It’s probably seems like a silly fear, but it’s a fear! Because if they made it a joke, like "Sweet Tooth are you a boy or a girl?? haha ew weird we can’t tell!!", it would really just tell kids that being anything other than strictly a girl or a boy is gross and weird, and that would be really bad for the movie to do. A gender “reveal” would also be problematic because it would imply that no matter how you try to present yourself (as a boy, girl, or anything else), that you have a REAL gender underneath that can be uncovered and if you present yourself any other way, you’re just faking or something. Which is also a terrible thing to show to kids!
The closest thing they’ve had to bringing it up is the dialog bit before Sweet Tooth’s song in the CD, where a dentist clerk goes “Um, Mr. Sweet Tooth? ..Oh, Mrs. Sweet Tooth? … Oh whatever you can go on through”. Which luckily the confusion was met with just a “whatever” and not something negative, aha. So the worry that something worse than a simple “whatever” could be said about it is really plausible!
In short, Sweet Tooth is one of the first canonly gender-ambiguous characters I’ve seen in a kid’s medium like this, and it’s always made me really happy (even if theyre a villain) to show kids that it’s possible to not be either gender, so I guess the idea that there’s a slim possibility, with the movie, that they could make that a joke to be grossed-out at, or just erase that all-together by revealing a gender, is really scary to me ): I’m probably over-worried about it, but it’s just something that means a lot to me, I guess.
I do appreciate your question, though, I can understand feeling that way and I hope I could clear things up.
I’m glad to know I’m not the only super worried about these things too ): If they’re good about it, it’ll hopefully just not be brought up at all, yeah. Me and billy were recently talking how scared we were that some character would act grossed out by them for ambiguous-gender reasons, and it’s really a legit worry! (or yeah, even worse a “big reveal”.) god watching sweet tooths scenes in this movie is going to be the most nerve-wracking thing jkhsdf. B-but I believe in them! It’s never really been an issue on-site before so I think theres a better chance than any that they just wont use it as that kind of joke or make it a big deal… i hope. but yeah i’d be SUPER disappointed.
becdecorbin said:" Her name stems from the Irish word “puisin” (“kitten” in English), which was given to the cat after she was adopted from a shelter."
ohhh ok now it makes sense thank u for the info
vicmignona said:no it was made by an american
huh thats weird
because it sounds like “pushing” which is not really a cute word and can also sound kind of suggestive in the right context
poo sheen? push sheen?? ?