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14 Forgotten Feminist Cartoon Characters From The '90s

There's more than just Daria and Helga.

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2. Reggie Rocket from Rocket Power

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She was always super level-headed compared to Otto and her friends and could surfboard, skimboard, deconstruct feminist theory, skateboard, and rollerblade just as good if not better than everyone else.

3. Susie Carmichael from Rugrats

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Not only was Susie the only black Rugrat (don't we wish there was more diversity on the show?), but she was insanely confident, open-minded, and always asserted her opinion. She was also the voice of reason on the Rugrats.

4. Mr. Simmons from Hey Arnold!

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Mr. Simmons is the most open-minded character on Hey Arnold! and the best teacher on the show. He's just the kindest man who enjoys a good Cabernet Sauvignon on Thanksgiving and making safe spaces for everyone around him.

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9. Mother Bear from Little Bear

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She worked alongside her husband to care for the house and family in a wonderful way. She also had to make due in a challenging environment like the countryside, getting creative with what she had. If Little Bear needed anything, the chances are Mother Bear had the answer (the right answer).

10. Sally Cat from The Busy World of Richard Scarry

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Here's her first day at school. She brings puppets to the classroom and enchants the other students with her leadership skills and teaches them about third-wave feminism!!

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