FMA Feminist Analysis: Riza Hawkeye
The following is an exhaustive analysis of Riza Hawkeye from a feminist perspective. This is why I think her character and narrative s amazing. Bow down to the Queen.
Please note I am approaching this from a largely western context as it’s the one I know. I’m aware Riza’s character and arc might have different connotations in her original Japanese context, so please feel free to tell me if you have some insight to that! This is just how I find her narrative inspiring and subversive personally, based on my own context, though I think it is fair to say Hiromu Arakawa subverted some common gender tropes with Riza’s character; tropes commonly seen in narratives on a global scale.
Enjoying some dark chocolate almond milk in my favorite cup before work
it’s the cutest cup :3
i see your cat cup and raise you a cat bowl
Your cat bowl has nothing on my
u wanna go
have a taste of my cat teapot
Bro, get a look at my
Biatch please, I have a gang.
It’s like that Subway commercial where everyone loves Avocados
That moment when you finish reading a series that ends not as you want, and you’re crying your eyes out, and the room you’re in is all cheerful and upbeat and you just want to curl up in a ball with a box of kleenex and a box of dark chocolate and sob until dawn.