Flashback Friday With Matt: OWLS Discussion: Bleach – A “Disruptor” in the anime and real world

Flashback Friday to…..

Not that long ago! January 2, 2017 to be exact. Hahaha this is a short time travel trip, but an important one. As you all know (unless you’re new to the Grimm community in which case welcome) I am part of an awesome anime group dedicated to promote understanding of all people throughout the anime sphere and the world beyond! How do we do that? By blogging of course!

Our current tour is underway and the OWLS members are working hard this month to crank out enlightening posts on disruptors and the positivity that word can bring. Think protestors during the civil rights.

How can we dissent but create positive change? This month we will be looking at some of our favorite anime shows to ponder that very question. So I thought to myself what better way to spread the love then by reblogging my fellow member’s posts?

This first post by Matt discusses disruptors through the eyes of Bleach. His post reminds us that sometimes you have to disrupt the order of things in order to do the right thing. I hope you all enjoy his post and make sure to check out his website for more amazing articles.

Also look forward to more OWLS post being reblogged here! I want to make sure everyone gets a chance to be apart of the discussion ❀

Have a great weekend Grimms

Matt-in-the-Hat

Jan 2nd

β€œTo disrupt” has a negative denotation, but rather than looking at the verb in a negative light, we are going to use the verb in a positive way. It’s like the word, β€œprotest” which has positive and negative connotations depending on the perspective of the person.

Disruptors: An individual or a group disturbing a system or social norms/conventions that they believe is destroying what is morally right.

(Possible spoilers if you haven’t been caught up with Bleach)

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