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What queer nerd didn't grow up watching Sailor Moon? Sailor Moon is a Japanese shōjo manga series written and illustrated by artist Naoko Takeuchi. It follows the adventures of Usagi, a supercute young schoolgirl who discovers her powers and becomes the bejewelled crimefighter Sailor Moon, who battles evil alongside her team of Sailor Guardians. Sailor Moon was originally a hit manga series before it was adapted into an anime that has become one of the most popular in the world. The series is credited with bringing Japanese animation to Western culture in a way that no work has done before. Follow Pride for news on Sailor Moon and its queer fandom!

20 LGBTQ+ Anime Worth Binging—And Where To Watch Them

If you want to watch animated series with actual, openly queer characters, these 20 anime titles are a good go-to!

10 Ways 'Sailor Moon' Was Way Gayer Than You Remember

A lot of queer stuff was left out of the American version of the super popular anime.

20 Cartoon Shows With Awesome LGBTQ+ Characters

A whole new generation of young, queer kids is getting the representation and visibility they need in their fave series!

22 Cartoon Shows With Awesome LGBTQ+ Characters

These characters are so good, they make us feel like a kid again.

10 LGBTQ+ Anime Characters We Love

Anime has been bringing viewers the queer representation they've been craving for a while now!

10 Queer Couples in Nerdom We Will Always Love

These superpowered, intergalactic, magical queer couples are here to save the day!

Sailor Moon's English Dub Cast Talks the Anime's Gay Icon Status

PRIDE's editor-in-chief Raffy Ermac went to Anime Expo 2019 and talked to the cast of the legendary, and super queer, anime series!

6 Anime to Watch, Even If You Think You Hate Anime

Give anime a chance!

Broad Sheet: Let's Get Animated

Sailor Moon and Wonder Woman have a dance-off, Ariel comes to Blu-Ray, and 'Fun Home' hits the stage

SheWired's Top 10 Lesbian-Leaning Cartoon Characters

Cartoons have often been an area of entertainment where characters have freely been able to bend gender roles and traditional personality traits for years. Perhaps that’s why so many gay and lesbian kids grew up with an affinity for those cartoon characters that seemed to walk a bit on the queer side of life. The following is a list of 10 female cartoon characters we think embraced being smart, sexy, strong, and just a little if not very Sapphic.