Rebel Girls Throughout History 1 There are many female Japanese manga artists living in the islands of Japan. There are also many people with autism within that country. But Rachbak (1996-) is the only autistic female manga artist that managed to fusion both of these two factors together. As a young adult, Nippon struggled to make sense of the ever-changing environment around her. Comics, both Eastern and Western, inspired her to create stories big-manga companies tend to push aside. When her local library hosted an anime convention, she jumped at the chance and published seven mangas. Rachbak Nippon is also an advocate for those with autism, since she had the desire to change the public's outlook on those with it. Combining her advocacy and manga together, Rachbak is definitely one rebel to root for.
Nuture Or Nature Once before Enlightenment came along, there was magic all over the Earth. Genies in the Middle East, Magicians in Africa, Dragons in Asia, Animal Gods in the Americas, and in this particular tale, Fairies in Europe. These magical beings were not small at all. They were of normal human size with magical powers. These fairies lived among side humans as long as anyone can remember. In the forests of England, there lived three friends. One was Elsa, who acted like a mother snake. The second woman was Megaera, who was very lazy and cruel. But the third girl, Caroline, was different from the other two. She was not only kind to animals, but Miss Caroline was caring for different types of non-normal beings. One day, Meg announced that she was getting ready for date. "Can you get the water for the bath?" Elsa asked. "Of course", the raven-haired lady replied politely. She got the bucket, then her cape. Summer was ending, so the autumn was expected t