She deals with the baggage of her mother's suicide, which caused her to push herself to be the perfect genius child she brags about being to Shinji. Usagi doesn't give up on others, even if they let her down or make mistakes. Hopefully, bullying will one day be a thing of the past; until then, it will remain a topic of discussion across various anime. This isn't a list of anime characters who WERE bullied. In the real world, this can represent not only the struggles of gender-nonconforming or GLBT people, but also the feeling of being a wide-eyed idealist fighting for a cause you believe in while having conflict with a cynical reality. The users who voted to close gave this specific reason: " Identification questions are off-topic, because they tend to attract low-quality and low-effort posts.
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And I think if everybody focused on what we all have in common - which is - we all want to be happy. The only reason it seemed like that was because she was too reluctant to actually talk to anyone. The bullying is not the focus but is a big theme toward the end. In both the child and adult worlds, fear of looking weak or being a "snitch" is nothing but a trick bad people use to keep other people under their control, so refuse to submit to their games.
When she was knocked out with the basketball in gym everyone crowded around her to see if she was ok surely if she was being bullied someone would have laughed , when her seat was moved in the second semester those same classmates who she often made fun of in her head welcomed her even said "we should start talking to you more often," the random kids she saw on the roof allowed them to join her, the girl she met during the festival the one who dressed in the costume and hugged her was really nice to her, the teacher outside the school always tells her to have a good day when she leaves, and her brother asked to walk home with her when she was genuinely upset even if he finds her annoying most of the time , the two boys she met in the rain brought back an umbrella for her and left it waiting for when she came out of the park restroom. Remember, anime can help us forget the pain of being bullied, and it can give us protagonist role models to look up to, and it can even help us find answers or meaning through watching protagonists who are going through similar struggles. She torments Shinji because she despises weakness. I would like to have the girl the main character if possible.