As the name implies, its members work almost or completely naked most of the time. Their emblem is an outline of underpants made of the letters "NDB" inside a red circle with an "X" over it. Along with the other schools of the Kansai region, Kaneo Takarada is a supporter of their cause. Near the end of the Tri-City Schools Raid Trip , a big part of the organization's facilities were destroyed. However, there still remains a part which was left intact. While it looks ragged from the outside, it has a lot more inside.
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Kill la Kill: A Feminist Anime or a Fanservice Feast?
Kill la Kill, at first glance, looks like one of those shows designed for horny teen boys by a horny teen boy. Nearly naked women battle each other for the pleasure of male onlookers. I will be honest. At first watch, this anime made me uncomfortable.
The script has been written with deliberation and tact: while several fans have misapprehensions about it being "fanservice", because the main characters fight in skimpy clothing, the themes are obviously satirical in intent. There are several scenes in Kill la Kill that are worthy of multiple rewatches, and, in several cases, beautiful enough to be a digital wallpaper. Here are ten of them. Ryuko dons her Senketsu, demanding that Satsuki step down from her high horse and face her in a real fight. Satsuki, although rejecting her several times before, finally puts on her Junketsu.