Spongebob Squarepants: non-gendered, asexual icon or oppressive representation?

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3 thoughts on “Spongebob Squarepants: non-gendered, asexual icon or oppressive representation?

  1. I always figured that he had an on again of again romance with patrick(even as a little kid).
    Is that what you mean?

    • Not exactly. I meant the presentation of gender beyond a binary and the inclusion of asexuality.

      On the one hand, Sponegebob is a major character on a children’s TV show. Then again, he is a sponge.

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