Come for the Fantasy, Stay for the Queer Representation: She-Ra and the Princesses of Power by Noelle Stevenson

Kate Anderson


She-Ra and the Princesses of Power is a reboot of the 80s show.  Hoarde soldier Adora stumbles upon a magical sword and finds herself tied to an ancient prophecy and a quest to save the planet.  Teeming with adventure, humour, and representation galore for both queer and racial identities, this show deals with healthy and unhealthy relationships, found family, destiny, friendship, and the fight for good in a science-fiction/fantasy setting.


Diversity; Fantasy

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