Whatever you say, homeboy. You do you.
Whatever you are saying with everything you just said is counter intuitive to your original thot, white knight. Or at least, that would be the nickname that would be given to you.
To get back on topic. To be honest from what I have seen from hinata fans the sexism/feminism/chauvinism/masculinity has very little to do with their stance nor really liberalism or conservatism. What is important is the concept of friend-zoning, and the fact that a lot of them despise Sakura because she reminds them of girls that did it to them.
You would think that if that was the case, then Hinata and Sakura would have been different. As mentioned before if it is all about sexism and about women not being oppressed, then Hinata and Sakura's obsessions to their male love interest should be the number one thing they despise.
Hinata has big breast, is subservient, and is so weak that she needs a man to keep her in check. I am not saying this out of hateful, but fact. Without Naruto, she is nothing. She even admits this on occasion. So why do they like her? She should be the anti-thesis to the modern feminist agenda and the fact that she is a stay at home mom to a man who is never around? No, it is something else.
Naruto is such an oddball series in that the fanbase can't keep a consistent reasoning. They have problems with Sakura or any other girl being obsessive, but have no issues with Hinata being obsessive. She is a satellite character by the very nature of her definition especially when you describe her whole character in one word: "Naruto-kun."
They identified with Naruto, seeing his loneliness akin to their own. When the girl he likes (to them, for some alien reason) denies him, it ultimately hurt them as well. And when Hinata shows up, offering something resembling companionship... well, she was an oasis in the Sahara. That's why they liked her, because if Hinata would like Naruto than her (and girls like her) would like them as well.
But really, they missed what's underneath the underneath. Sakura treated Naruto the way she did because of how he acted like an immature dolt with an ego the size of a small planet. He was off-putting to her, hence why she never saw how lonely he really was. But we can see their relationship deepen as he matures and they spend time together. Hinata, on the other hand, only sees him as the poor little boy on the swing, not for who he really is. As such, she ultimately fails to understand him, and acknowledge what he has become while endangering everyone around her.
Which, really, sounds a lot like how he fans view Naruto himself.
This is the irony of it this. They hate Sakura for not reciprocating Naruto's feelings in the beginning, despite them only being kids, but then hate the fact that she is obsessive over Sasuke. They get made at Sakura for lying to Naruto and still focusing on Sasuke, but if she shows hints of getting over Sasuke...they freak. "This can't happen!!" I hear them scream. It is as bad as when I saw some Superman fans freak out when he ends up with Wonder Woman instead of Lois Lane, but then cry in agony how Superman is boring and they don't change it up.
They can't have it both ways.
This is why NS SHOULD have been the end couple all along because it definitely would have given Sakura far more credibility. Yeah, there will be fans who will stay hate her, but no doubt some fans would change their mind about her if she went to Naruto and just socked Sasuke in the jaw.
Such a simple thing to change could have given Sakura more popularity than Hinata to make her as strong willed as Naruto. The radical nH fans would have thrown a fit, but then they would never be happy regardless. I don't care them.
If they truly loved the series and loved Naruto as much as they claimed, then they should have let Naruto be with who he wanted to be with and not what Hinata wanted.
After all, Naruto is the main character, right? *waits for people to mention the Sasuke MC*
Edited by James S Cassidy, Today, 07:33 AM.