Tina Belcher is the best adolescent TV character in history and here is why.

I’ve spent half of my life preaching about how flipping fantastic Tina Belcher is, so I thought it was time to write about what makes her Queen. Actually, I’ve spent half of my life exaggerating but that’s beside the point.

Tina Belcher is a lot of things, she’s a daughter, a sister and a friend. She’s a fantastic student, a curious teenager discovering her sexuality but most importantly, she is an independent sass Queen. Tina has many admirable qualities and is a brilliant role model for teenage girls, heck, she’s a brilliant role model for all of us.


She is confident in herself and kicks insecurities in the butt

Tina knows that she’s great and she won’t let anybody tell her differently (except maybe Louise.) She doesn’t listen to other people about how she should look and is proud of who she is.

Although she is open about her sexuality, she doesn’t depend on love

She knows that her and Jimmy Jr are meant to be but she doesn’t waste her time dwelling on it – unless you count the 3,000 hours of friend fiction that she’s written about him. She knows that she’s fabulous, and she doesn’t need a boy to tell her she is.

She defies gender roles

Tina is tired of being told her own strength, she’s empowered and she’s not afraid to share it.

She doesn’t wait around for boys to make the first move, 

She isn’t shy when talking to people she’s interested in, she’ll happily tell them how she feels and THAT IS OK.

She’s accepting of everybody. 

She doesn’t judge people, even if they’re being a real boob-punch.

She’s proud of her hobbies and interests.

It takes a courageous person to openly share their love of Erotic Friend Fiction.

She’s honest about her love of butts.

I think it would be good for us all if we openly shared our love for the great and mysterious body part that is the buttocks.

She knows that being smart is not a bad quality.

Tina Belcher.Defying female stereotypes since 2003.


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