Powerful Female Cartoons Who Influenced Your Childhood
On 24 October 2014
As a child, our world revolves around cartoons. Watching the right cartoons when you’re growing up might influence the way you see the world and sometimes help you distinguish the good from the bad. Cartoons also have the power to teach you valuable life lessons about friendship, kindness and family love. That being said, here are a few of the powerful female cartoons that influenced every little girl as she was growing up. Whether it’s a princess, a super hero or a simple girl, they’ve all shared their wisdom with us.
1) Kim Possible: Dealing with family, friends and school issues every day might be a handful for some of us, but not for Kim Possible. She had time for all of this and still managed to fight evil on a daily basis. The everyday life problems of this teenage crime fighter are also presented in every episode as a subplot.
2) Mulan: No matter your age, this young Chinese girl became an inspiration for us all when she decided to disguise herself as a man so she can take her father’s place in war.
3) Powerpuff Girls: Sugar, Spice and Everything Nice plus a secret ingredient called Chemical X. These were the ingredients that created Bubbles, Blossom and Buttercup, our favorite superhero girls that saved the city of Townsville from all types of evil, including giant Broccoli and of course, Mojo Jojo!
4) Sailor Moon: Be honest! As a girl, who here wasn’t a Sailor Moon character when playing with other girls. Whether it was about Sailor Moon, Sailor Mercury, Sailor Mars, Sailor Jupiter, Sailor Venus, Sailor Chibi Moon, Sailor Pluto, Sailor Uranus, Sailor Neptune, Sailor Saturn, every young girl identified herself with one of these wonder characters.
What other characters influenced your childhood?
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