Just to be clear, this isn't written to be sexual or pervasive.
So, I like Star and I like the medieval setting of Mewni, but I can't stand the idea of her wearing medieval bloomers. Maybe it's because so much of her clothing is modern and seeing her in old-times undies would just seems wrong. Honestly, I think seeing her in them would be like seeing her in her grandma's underwear (ew).
Seeing as the show likes to blend medieval and modern culture in their depiction of the dimension of Mewni, I thought I'd do a little analysis.
First off, bloomers are shown to exist in several dimensions, including the St Olga’s School dimension, Mew
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