3. Bimbo cosplay – Fictitious characters as rolemodels for bimbos

As you all know, the PBA absolutely rejects the massive amount of made up, fictitious and imaginary content roaming around in the online bimbofication scene, like 3D-renderings of CG-bimbos, drawn characters with bimbo features, stories, comics, roleplays and so on, because the fixation on these non-existent characters doesn’t help the real life bimbofication movement in the slightest, letting it appear as nothing more than some perverted, unrealistic, gross kink and fantasy of some basement-dwelling perverts (scaring girls away), instead of a real life movement and real option for real girls in the real world like it should be and is. Interestingly, this disinterest in such characters is misplaced under certain circumstances: As long as these characters are solely used as a projection screen for the fantasies of fantasy-bimbofication-fans, there is indeed no value in them, but if ficticious characters with bimbo features are part of a pop cultural medium without just being a vehicle for bimbofication-desires, there is indeed a special benefit in their “existence”. In one word: Propaganda!

Propaganda – noun, prɒp.əˈɡæn.də

lat. “propagare“, meaning “further spreading”

Information, ideas, opinions, or images, often only giving one part of an argument, that are broadcast, published, or in some other way spread with the intention of influencing people’s opinions.” – Cambridge Dictionary

Of course, I am honest here with all of you guys, the main raison d’être for the Pink Bimbo Academy is exactly that: Spreading the bimbofication ideals and the bimbo idea, making it a propaganda machine, but doing it so openly and forthright – inevitably reaching its limits regarding its impact. So, a far more clever way of influencing a public opinion would be a more specific tool:

Subversion – noun, /səbˈvɜː.ʃən/

lat. “subversio”, meaning exactly that: Subversion, overthrow, or as a man of culture, I would like to call it “coup d’état”.

The act of trying to destroy or damage an established system or government“ – Merriam Webster

Of course, propaganda can be a part of subversion, and vice versa , but the main difference I want to focus on, is that in this case, we want to regard propaganda as something like a direct message, transported to the public, while subversion is treated as a hidden, secret and far more indirect means of changing mindsets and influencing peoples thoughts. While projects like the Pink Bimbo Academy, are far more likely to strengthen tendencies which are already there anyway and communicate with people who are already in touch with the topic, subversive techniques bring unsuspecting subjects in contact with delicate ideas unknowingly, influencing and changing the mindsets without being noticed. This is very benefitial and practical for a topic like bimbofication, which gets often rejected instantly by absolutely most girls.

Subversion through pop culture and media works, if done right and so it is no wonder, that we find endless examples of this throughout the history of humanity and mass-communication: From very clear examples like the Disney propaganda movies from the 1940s, using it’s very famous popcultural idols to influence the public opinion about the war and hostile nations to more recent and far more subtle and perfidious attempts to undermine the self-concept of young girls and discredit femininity (although, still we can look through the delusion…). Remember: Any form of communication and interaction is always a form of manipulation, because everytime communication happens, a subject is altering the condition of another subject or object, either physically or mentally. The difference between manipulating someone to feel better by wishing him a good day, or manipulating the guy in the coffee shop to give you a triple-latte-vanilla-moccacino by placing your order and manipulating someone in a subversive way, is your hidden intention and the subtle way you are planting the desired message in the brain of the subject. Todays media and cultural institutions have mastered this to perfection, especially if you have a look at the youngest members of society. But we can learn a lesson from this: It is NEVER a good idea to force your opinion onto someone else! All you will get from this is resistance, refusal, rejection and reluctance! The correct way of doing it, is to let the subject think your idea was in fact his/her own idea from the getgo, by subversively altering his/her mindset about the topic in question. Years ago, there was a pretty mediocre movie, dealing with the same idea in a pretty bold and simple framework. I already said this MANY times, it is NEVER a good idea to approach your girlfriend like “Hey, honey, how about you getting some giant, 3000cc, silicone tits, dyeing your hair blonde, going to the gym to get rid of that fat, dressing like a slut, only wearing high heels and miniskirts, always showcasing your body and become a bimbo?” THIS – WILL – NEVER – WORK! Instead, it is a far better strategy to slowly change her mindset about femininity and bimbofication via subversive means. So, what does this have to do with cosplay? At least, this is finally another part of our bimbo cosplay series. I introduced you to the general idea in our last part of this series, by stating:

Young girls, consuming these media products from an early age on, will accept these ideals easier, preparing a future bimbofication as some sort of “early bimbo education”. But even if a girl beyond her early 20s consumes said media products, she is very likely to accept said features as just “character aspects” of her beloved protagonists. This is a very effective way to normalize said features and expectations on girls and women or even create the desire to BE like that character.” – PBA 2. Bimbo cosplay – The benefits & Bimbo cosplay theory

Of course, we are talking about “bimbo acceptable” characters, depicted in media and pop culture – and we will talk about the most important of these characters in this series later on. But today, we want to have a look at some established bimbo girls and the possible connection between their decision to become bimbo dolls and possible, ficitcious rolemodels that might have altered their minds and opinions about bimbos in the past – a proof of concept, so to speak, especially for all you bimbofans out there, who never thought that roleplaying, cosplay and ficticious characters might have an impact on future bimbo dolls.

Bimbo rolemodel Allegra Cole stated, that apart from her real life (bimbo) rolemodels Pamela Anderson and Dolly Parton, Jessica Rabbit (bimbo acceptable, ficticious character) did influence her in regards to her decisions:

Mum Allegra Cole, 47, swapped a career as a piano teacher to take up glamour modelling in which she styles herself on what she dubs the “extreme Jessica Rabbit look”.” – Mirror.co.uk (https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/model-raised-mormon-who-wants-10498738)

„”My husband loves them [my breasts], I do love that super Jessica Rabbit aesthetic, that super kind of cartoonish look.“ – The Sun (https://www.thesun.co.uk/sun-men/8800421/model-allegra-cole-empower-women-crowdfunding-plastic-surgery-naked-pictures/)

In fact, Allega Cole DOES cosplay Jessica Rabbit, like a good bimbo should: https://www.instagram.com/p/BLZecCvgbua/

Bimbo rolemodel Pixee Fox always wanted to look like her favourite cartoon characters, Jessica Rabbit from Who framed Roger Rabbit, Aurora from Sleeping Beauty and Holli Would from Cool World (ALL bimbo acceptable rolemodels, all possible to cosplay!):

Some of us dream of being astronauts, others rockstars. But Pixee Fox has always wanted to be a cartoon. The 25-year-old from Sweden has spent more than $119 200 (R1,7 million) on plastic surgeries to look like her favourite cartoon characters Jessica Rabbit, Aurora from Sleeping Beauty and Holli Would from Cool World.” – News24.com (https://www.news24.com/You/Archive/woman-has-15-surgeries-and-six-ribs-removed-to-look-like-a-cartoon-character-20170728-2)

Bimbo rolemodel Amy Anderssen did in fact cosplay Jessica Rabbit! (like so many others!)

Bimbo rolemodel Andrea Ivanova always wanted to look like Barbie (like so many girls in the bimbo community):

A woman in Bulgaria has undergone a dramatic transformation after having 15 operations in a year in a bid to look like a Barbie doll. Student Andrea Ivanova, from Burgas, said she has always wanted to look like a Barbie doll, ever since she was a young girl.” – ladbible.com (https://www.ladbible.com/community/interesting-woman-has-15-operations-in-a-year-in-bid-to-look-like-barbie-doll-20190607)

We could go on forever here, MANY leading rolemodels we have in the bimbo community today declared that their guidings lights were bimbo suitable cartoon characters, that influenced them and were always a representation of how they wanted to look. So, what do we make of this? We can say for a fact, that ficiticious, bimbo-like, characters in pop cultural media do influence recipients (males in “want to have” and females in “want to be”) and strengthen the bimbofication movement. Exposing (young) girls to suitable media and pop culture, including bimbo-like characters can indeed be called “subversive bimbofication” or “bimbofication-preparing-measure”, a very powerful tool to bring society and individual girls on the right track. There is a direct conclusion we can take from this: Expose your girls to corresponding media, increase the friction between them and the accompanying culture and support the identification between your girls and the bimbo suitable characters! This doesn’t happen to a higher degree than in the cosplay-community! If you have a look at the common cosplay communities online, you will find, that MANY participating girls do adapt bimbo-related features, behaviour, styling and beauty-ideals, likely to lead to further beauty enhancements and a further bimbofication, if supported in the right way! Dressing up and cosplaying certain characters, does increase the degree of identification between the roleplaying girl and the character she tries to become. This leads to acceptance and normalization of prominent body features, adapting to the normality of showcasing femininity, bodyparts, being perceived as a sex-object and dressing up in a bimbo-apropriate, sexy way. Cosplaying girls who cosplay bimbo-suitable characters, are PERFECT bimbofication candidates and should be supported in their efforts! Encourage your girl to cosplay such charcters – remember, it is a form of subversive bimbofication and furthermore a supporting element in her changing mindset and a strengthening aspect for her bimbo-persona and for her further bimbofication! Hidden bimbo suitable characters in mainstream media do teach important and right core values and show girls how they are expected to be, preparing them for a future bimbofication. Support your girls in getting into contact with these characters, and support their identification with these characters – ideally, by supporting them in cosplaying these characters.

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One thought on “3. Bimbo cosplay – Fictitious characters as rolemodels for bimbos

  1. How about the Rankiku Matsumoto from Bleach?
    She has really big boob, nice body, duck-lip, blonde hair, blue eyes and looks little stupid.
    And everyone can seeing her nice big boob bigger than her head through her open clothes.

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