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Magical Girl

We forget about the journey of magical girls and here is the space in which I explore everything related to kawaii, harajuku, anime, and everything pink.


Battle Mage - Magical Girl

Inspired by my love of Anime Magical Girls, this facet of my writing and style represents my Kawaii (Japanese for “Cute”) lifestyle. I admire Ultra Femme aesthetics, the color pink, and magic. From Sailor Moon to Sanrio this part of me is 100% invested in being Kawaii and Fierce.

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Posts in Kawaii
Pink Energy: Enforced Positivity the Aesthetic Jailer

Enforced positivity coming out of toxic positivity is how there is pressure to always present “positive energy,” “good vibes” “happy friends,” and more. Living in the pink era, of kawaii culture it should come at no surprise that these terms and situations go hand and hand to the unicorn land. Today we are breaking out of this toxic cute land. Let’s take the pink filter off and be real.

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Becoming a Magical Girl: My Kawaii Way

Today I needed to remind myself why I dress the way I do, why I'm in the bubbling cult of cute. Kawaii (Japanese for "cute") fashion and culture used to feel out of reach for me. When I was younger watching anime and looking at videos of lolita I thought I could never be that magical. So, I left it all alone. It wasn't until after graduation that things changed for me.

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Kawaii Street: Bitter Donut Gal

The outfit that took the stage, check out my outift from the jfashion show. Any black and pink combo reminds me of Yuno, and it's honestly my favorite pairing for anything. In this case, my bittersweet temperament decided to take the stage.

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Kawaii City: Kei Club 2

Word on the street is Kei club issue two has been out in the world and issue three is right around the corner. This issue has a lot of content under the theme “geek chic”. This issue also features some jadedisland diddlies if you’re interested in my weeb life of navigating the world or hearing my thoughts on enforced positivity. 

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