AN: Right…. So this was a challenge I posed myself. See if I could do it. Try it out. You know, the ones that depict a healthy, respectful sexuality between any consenting adults. And you know, sex scenes are quite easily written that way if you use a female POV, have her take all the action, etc. But it's so much harder to do in a male setting, with a man initiating the sexy time, with him being slightly dominant.
One year my school schedule worked itself out in a way that I would routinely sit and eat a bowl of cereal in the morning while I enjoyed an 8am airing of Sailor Moon before making my way into class. Serena can transform into Sailor Moon with an assist from a magical locket. One of the best things about Sailor Moon is how vulnerable and flawed she is. The series begins when she is just 14 years old and in junior high.
Things are really picking up in Sailor Moon Crystal as the story heads towards its climax, which is sort of a mixed bag for this series. On the one hand, we meet Sailor Pluto, King Endymion, and Diana, all of whom are interesting characters in their own rights and do a lot to expand the story's world. On the other hand, when Sailor Moon Crystal tries to cover too much ground in a single episode, things tend to go downhill. This is definitely one of those times, as the show races to introduce us to Pluto, let Esmeraude have a chance to fight, and brings us to the Tokyo of the 30th century, now called Crystal Tokyo.