Sexism is the belief that one gender is inherently superior to the other.Shaddy wrote:Point taken, but he still doesn't have the abrasive attitude or slasher smile a lot of the time, and he just magically knows Freeza's gonna blow up the planet without being implanted with any future-vision in minus.Mewzard wrote: And guess what opens Minus?
Killing off a planet's inhabitants with no moral qualms whatsoever.
How is he any less of a random-ass low class nobody?
Fair enough, I guess he's not a complete nothing, though they definitely clearly still want you to think of him in that sense. All of his dialogue and actions are still more boring in Minus, regardless.LightBing wrote: Bardock is special. They made him the second strongest Saiyan, growing to the point he "might catch up King Vegeta", making him and his crew targeted by Dodoria. They are only on Kanassa because it's an extremely difficult task who elites were dodging.
Him being inserted with the plot directly in the head isn't random, it's because he was the leader of Kanassian genocide. He's absolutely special and get's an undeserved bittersweet ending by smiling watching his son(who he didn't care about) avenge him and the Saiyan race.
I love Bardock's special but it has a lot of problems, I feel like people are putting it in a pedestal.
Also protip: stereotypical ideas of "manliness" are inherently sexist even if you don't personally believe them to be harmful. Fuck off if you're gonna call anyone who follows this school of thought an evil essjaydabyew just because you don't like it.
Pointing out innate differences between males and females, and that some acts/behaviors are inherently "masculine" or "feminine" is not sexist because you aren't making any value judgements between the 2.
That's a distinction SJWs and other PC idoits fail to realize.