It’s time to get deep into She-Ra, a reboot of the original 80s cartoon revamped and updated for a modern audience! We’re talking about makeup, diversity, masculinity, and queerness, as well as how much we love this dang show because for real, folks, it’s extremely cute.
Warning: There’s some very minor cursing and mentions of genitalia and sex unrelated to the characters of the show.
Some Links You Might Find Interesting
Why She-Ra’s showrunner made Catra and Adora the focus of the Netflix reboot by Petrana Radulovic
‘She-Ra’ revivalist Noelle Stevenson on queering the iconic series by David Reddish
Netflix’s “She-Ra and the Princesses of Power” Is the Gay Agenda by Heather Hogan