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Watch free the booksellers online free. Edit Storyline THE BOOKSELLERS is a lively, behind-the-scenes look at the New York rare book world and the fascinating people who inhabit it. Executive produced by Parker Posey and featuring interviews with some of the most important dealers in the business, as well as prominent collectors, auctioneers, and writers, THE BOOKSELLERS is both a loving celebration of book culture and a serious exploration of the future of the book. Plot Summary | Add Synopsis Details Release Date: 6 March 2020 (USA) See more ? Also Known As: The Booksellers Company Credits Technical Specs See full technical specs ?.
I love anime; I've been watching anime since I was like, a preteen. Now, I'm 26, and I've been on a hunt to find anime that I can enjoy with my girlfriend that has strong relatable female characters ? both lead or side ? but mainly lead characters with proper body proportions that aren't dressed too skimpily, and don't sexualize, objectify, or infantilize women. Or men for that matter either, but I'm sure we can all agree that women are mostly subjected to these things in anime, mostly for men's perverted viewing pleasure, therefore, this post is mainly for anime recommendations that don't subject women to any of these things! NOTE: If you do not want to read for context, then please, just keep the first paragraph in mind when putting anime on your recommendation list for us! If you're curious, read on! My girlfriend is a feminist, and so am I, but before I met her, I had never gotten an honest female perspective on anime and how all of the hyper sexualization, objectification and infantilization in most anime could make them feel so uncomfortable, in fact, I don't think I even knew of those terms to be honest before I met her! I even considered myself a feminist while actively supporting anime like that. It was just so normal, so much so that I just didn't really think about it. I just enjoyed watching the series and found some of the male character's perverted behaviors funny or hilarious instead of just creepy and uncomfortable. Obviously, as a woke feminist woman she was actually able to point out a lot of the flaws in some of the anime I watch to me and make me realize just how wrong some of these anime actually are and inspire me to seek out more anime that have class and integrity. There are some anime I just can't really feel comfortable watching anymore because of the things I know and have realized now. Some anime I had been watching for practically years and hadn't finished yet! Anime that includes fan service at the expense of women just kind of ruins the anime for me now because I know better and the authors and animators should too! I can't call myself a feminist while actively participating in watching certain anime that encourages perverted and rapey behavior from male characters who receive no real consequences for their actions, characters who sometimes even get rewarded for said behavior by ending up with the female they sexually harassed or assaulted! People say they want to keep politics out of anime, well that's stupid, because I'm sure there are plenty of anime series which deal with political themes that are great, but I'm sure we can also all agree that a majority of anime will through fan service and other ways, sexualize, objectify and infantilize women, which in turn can have a negative affect on how real world women view or feel about themselves. Just like how other forms of media negatively affects how women view their bodies and so on... So now I'm on the search for anime series that don't do any of the following things below. Doesn't Sexualize Women. Doesn't Objectify Women. Doesn't Infantilize Women. Doesn't have Fan Service. NOTE: Sexual Content is okay if it has to do with the plot and is not there for purely objectifying or sexualizing women! Sexual humor is fine also! Just make sure it doesn't do any of the above! Here are some thing we ARE looking for in anime. I will make your lives easier by providing a preferred genre list, a currently watching list, as well as a list of anime that we are thinking about checking out that seem to be okay and free of fan service and so on! Smart, strong, clever or witty and relatable lead or side female characters (mainly lead) with proper body proportions and that aren't dressed too skimpily. Simple, this is all we're really asking for. NOTE: If you notice an anime on our anime list that has any of the things mentioned above, please let me know so that we can remove them and not waste our time! If something is on our list that disagrees with the above criteria, it just means that we haven't watched it yet, or we just put it on because we didn't see enough in the trailers and thought it looked okay! Sometimes we forget why we even have some on the list after going back and reviewing the trailers again! Perhaps we missed something. Lol Preferred Genre List: Action Fantasy Mystery Drama Thriller Psychological Romance Slice of Life Scifi Adventure Currently Watching: Attack On Titan - Waiting for the fourth season! Loving it! Sakura Quest - Currently on Episode 5! We're enjoying this one so far! Our Anime List of interested in checking out with GF: Anime Titles with a asterisk next to them are ones that we are really interested in checking out! NOTE: We are aware that a lot these anime on our list are not necessarily female lead, that is fine, but we would definitely like to add more female lead anime to our list! Assassination Classroom Your Name* Akira* Princess mononoke* Fooly Cooly* ( I loved this anime, It's been a while since I've seen it. I don't remember any fan service, or anything else wrong with it really as far as how women were treated. If you have seen or can remember anything about it, please remind me! ) The red turtle* Perfect Blue* Sword Art Online* Castle in the Sky* Sakura Quest* Full Metal Alchemist Brotherhood* Riddle Story of Devil* Ergo Proxy* Eden of the East* Monster - (haven't showed my GF the trailer yet, but I found it interesting) Time Stranger - Looks interesting The Wind Rises Tokyo Underground Howl's Moving Castle* Mob Psycho Tales of Vesparia Galaxy Angel Rune Kiki's Delivery Service* Spirited Away* Whisper of the Heart* The Cat Returns* Black Lagoon Darker than Black Summer Wars Black Butler Hatsune Miku Excel Saga Gangkutuou Attack on titan* Mushishi Cells at work Moribito: Guardian Of The spirit* Fate/Zero Mob Psycho 100 Skull-Faces Bookseller Honda-san* A Place Further Than The Universe Trigun March Comes in like a lion Anohana: The flower we saw that day The great passage Chihayafuru Polar bear cafe* The tatami galaxy Barakamon Tamako Market Flying Witch Sunday without God Alice & Zouroku School Live Hyouka The Royal Tutor Détective Conan Psycho Pass Juuni Kokuki* Natsume’s Book Of Friends Samurai X Snow White with the Red Hair* Death Parade* Baccano Angel Beats Yuri on Ice The Girl Who leapt Through Time* Ouran High School Host Club Toradora Paprika* Belladonna of Sadness*.
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Truly, if it wasn't for the demon possessed mistress of this place she would consider she didn't want to share a roof with a demon. Once was enough. She dressed quickly in the clothes Delen had found for her the night before. It felt strange to be wearing trousers in the colours of the Ancestors Own. Ishbel wouldn't recognise her in a crowd, she thought, turning to look at her reflection in the bronze with some satisfaction. Glancing out of the window she saw the rain had stopped, although the clouds were still low. Or maybe the castle was so high they were in the clouds. A clanking from the doorway drew her attention. "Oh, there you are, sweet pea, " said the housekeeper, whose name Candle had forgotten. Was it Ia? "I thought you looked like you needed some rest, so I left you to sleep. There'll be some lunch in the mess if you are hungry. " "Thank you, " said Candle, brightening at the thought of a meal. Her eyes were drawn inescapably to the chain's on the old lady's ankles. What in the Night Nation was the old lady capable of that she needed to be kept in chains? She tried not to stare. "What time is it, please? " she asked, for something to say. "An hour past the noon bell, " said the old woman, clanking across the room and tutting at the mess in one of the corners. Candle collected her belongings from under the bed. There wasn't much - her candle, her flint, Jotham's flask and the half loaf of bread she had lifted from the dining room table the night before. She bundled them all up and made her way down to the dining hall. She wondered if the lunch would be as good as last night supper. She was not disappointed. Savoury pies filled with onion, potato and carrot were available, washed down with more of the hot sweet tea which seemed to be plentifully available. Candle was a little disappointed not to see Delen or any of the other inmates that she recognised, but she sat at a table and ate in comfortable isolation, watching the coming and goings of the others. It was a little like watching a beehive in action, a sort of organised chaos. Everyone seemed to be busy or on their way somewhere, and everyone seemed to know where they belonged. Just as she was finishing up, Delen and Locryn came in and waved to her. Well, Delen waved to her while Locryn scowled next to her. "Still eating? " Delen asked with a laugh. "It's very good, " said Candle. "Ready to travel? " "Yes, " said Candle. "Where did you say you were from again? " asked Delen, as they walked to the moongate. "Gelliwic. " "It's a long way to walk, " said Locryn, pointedly. "Han Oglen must be at least two hundred leagues from here. " "I was visiting friends in Sterlester, " said Candle, hating herself a little for the ease of the lie. But it sounded so natural, and so plausible. "We're so sorry, " said Delen, and Locryn nodded, looking contrite. They walked on in awkward silence. "Please say goodbye to the others for me, " said Candle to them, as they approached the moongate, "and thank you. " "I wish you would stay, " said Delen, throwing her arms around Candle, much her surprise. She tried not to flinch at the contact. When was the last time someone had touched her in kindness? She had a distant memory sitting on her father's knee listening to stories, when she was very small. Before she had come such a disappointment. She felt the sting of tears and blinked ferociously, glad of the blindfold. They arrived in the court of the moongate. Candle hadn't got a good look at it on her way up to the castle but she looked now. The moongate was huge, clearly meant to transport more than just people. Its height alone was imposing, reaching at least thirteen feet high. It looked big enough to ride an auroch through. The moonsilver runes worked into the arch sparkled and pulsated with magical power. A few faded spirits wriggled and twisted inside the gates arc, striving to break free but they were contained within it by power of the runes. Candle felt a brief thrill of excitement. "Where do you wish to travel? " asked the Gwavas Gate Keeper, formally. "Gelliwic, please, " she said to him and he picked out a jar and offered it to her. It was packed with dark red soil, quite unlike the tawny clay of the mountain slopes, or the sandy soil of the isthmus. She scooped out a small hand full of earth and held it in her palm, ready for the ritual. She had always hated this part. While moon gates were useful in the extreme, the right to use them had always seemed barbaric, not to mention painful. Wincing, she cut her finger on the offered piece of iron and dripped a small drop of blood on the earth, wrinkling her nose in distaste. The soil was so red her blood offering was immediately indistinguishable from the soil. She knew very little about Gelliwic, she thought, staring at the blood soaked soil. What did it look like? What grew there? What art did the people make? But it was too late to back out now. She looked back at Locryn and Delen, who were watching her. She raised a hand in farewell and turning towards the gate she took a deep breath, stepped forward. She scattered the blood-soaked soil across the threshold. "Gelliwic, " she said and the moongate ignited with a dazzling flash, like lightning rippling over a still pond. The spirits were instantly burned away and Candle could see the green hills where the dusty mountain slopes of Guardian Peak should be. She stepped through the circular opening of the gate, and stepped out the other side into a forest glen above Gelliwic, two hundred leagues to the north. Her first impression was of humid air. The air was so heavy with moisture it felt like she was swimming through it. It was also buzzing with insects. There was no one guarding the moongate on the Gelliwic side, so Candle arrived unannounced. She gazed around her feeling disconcerted. The vegetation was lush and vibrant green that she had only ever seen before as a colour of paint. The soil beneath her feet was indeed a deep, rich red, the path a slashed wound cut into the forest landscape. Candle looked back to the moongate but it had closed already and all she could see was more green, and the village she had come seeking in the valley below. The village was small and rural, with small rondavels built within large, unfenced gardens. Laurels, ashes and forest elders were dotted throughout. She had never seen so many trees. The whole scene was bucolic. Candle could see that finding her mother's relatives would be an easy matter. Everyone in Gelliwic must know each other intimately. Feeling suddenly nervous she made her way down the gentle slope to the centre of the small village. The shops were simple stalls with awnings set up in the shade between the buildings. The items on sale were mostly food, although there were some cloth merchants and one table set up with parchment, books and maps. She wandered down the short street making a show of looking at the merchandise. Everyone greeted her and asked her business. As she had suspected they recognised her immediately as an outsider. The people of Gelliwic were darker of skin and hair than the Havi. She saw brown eyes of various shades aplenty but no one with blue eyes. "Welcome, young lady, " called a shopkeeper. His selection of fruit and vegetables lay on the table between them, and Candle pretended to look them over. "What brings you to our fair village? " "I'm looking for some relatives, " said Candle. "I was told they live here, or lived here in the past. Do you know the Blackbrights? 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