Here's an analysis of Braco, and how he relates to the culture of Ooo:
For those who haven't seen The Suitor, Braco is basically a suitor, who intended to carry on the family tradition of attempting to marry Princess Bubblegum after his father passed away.
Now, I view Braco's obsession with Princess Bubblegum as kind of an indicator of some kind of misogyny that once existed in Ooo, but went away somehow. Now, let me explain why Braco's love for Peebles is misogynistic.
Now, I could say that Braco certainly has a sense of entitlement and an inability to move on, but I wouldn't say that makes him full-on sexist. What makes him misogynistic is that he doesn't actually love Princess Bubblegum. He wants to marry her not because he loves her or is…
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Since Jake was resistant to the effects of the Ice King's crown's magic because he was already magical, what else does this say about the Land of Ooo? I found it extremely odd that Princess Bubblegum was able to resist Braco’s spell in The Suitor (And no, being a strong independent woman/putting responsibility for everything else should not and does no overrule magic) so, that must mean that PB already has some kind of magic or magical resistance, right?Read more >
I've been doing a lot of thinking, and I've been wondering, why are there so many female leaders in Ooo? I'm not saying that such a thing is impossible, but it's so unlikely for every single monarch in several different, separate societies to be female that there almost has to be an alternate explanation. Does anything have any theories?Read more >
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