Once upon a time, many years ago, there was a little princess, and she was very sad, for her mother and father had died. Before the princess appeared a traveling prince, riding upon a white horse. He had a regal bearing and a kind smile. The prince wrapped the princess in a rose-scented embrace and gently wiped the tears from her eyes.

"Little one," he said, "who bears up alone in such deep sorrow, never lose that strength or nobility, even when you grow up. I give you this to remember this day. We will meet again. This ring will lead you to me one day." Perhaps the ring the prince gave her was an engagement ring.

This was all well and good, but so impressed was she by him that the princess vowed to become a prince herself one day. But was that really such a good idea?

Wakaba… I know there’s a lot about this I don’t understand.

But there’s one thing I’m sure of! You’re one of my closest friends.

Hold on. I’m going to save you!

"You remind me so much of Dios when I loved him.  

But you can never be my prince. 

Because you’re a girl.”


Favorite female characters: 10/14
Utena Tenjou - Revolutionary Girl Utena

"You’re the one who doesn’t understand! Is there any girl happy to be treated like a possession?!

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People find it hard to doubt those they’ve fallen in love with. They can’t even imagine they’re being deceived and used.
Anthy Himemiya, Revolutionary Girl Utena (via writeswithafist)