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Not the latter-day Angelina Jolie version. Do you remember, as a kid, watching your favorite cartoon and realizing that you were focusing a little too much on one of the characters. Life imitating art, or something. There's something about being slightly terrified and also sexually awakened. And it was on a fictional and perhaps non-human cartoon character. I know for a fact I'm not the only one that feels that way. She was foxy and cool. Goliath from "Gargoyles". Watching fictional relationships on screen can help young people form social ideas as they grow and test out romantic ideas in a safe way, too. In many ways, it fed the early beginnings of my queer liberation of self. For me, it was Rogue in the original "X-Men" animated series. Kovu from "Lion King 2". Even though he was the bad guy and a total creep, I secretly wanted him and Belle to end up together. Lots of the characters were great, but there was one in particular who was so smart, so cool, so good at vanquishing bad guys.
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