There is no secret i have a cult for this Tweens cartoon show who call Braceface, since it was made through my adolescent years. In fact, i love it as something who will call any Degrassi adaptations as a bore. But while the show blow his 15 years this year, this Feminine show, created by Melissa Clark and Alicia Silvestone (She also voice Sharon Spitz, the lead blonde girl) have a donation which is too rare in Animation, let alone in Fiction. It represent a accurate depiction of be a adolescent at this era and how grow up means in the mind of people.
I feel a bit responsible of the sudden popularity of this series online, and maybe because the teenagers and children who watched that in the early-00s are now adults and often think, with reason, that much products with females characters, in the whole, are too cynical and when the characters are often overlooked to women and girls are in reality. Lou! should be in any way, her biggest successor, but not only it's