Noted as the the strongest warrior of the infamous Kuja Tribe, Hancock has immense physical strength. Or is because evolutionarily speaking, beauty bespeaks genetic viability? That's the point of the mother and sister example too. I don't like granting an I win button of a variable nature like this without more convincing evidence than maybe frankly. And why wasn't Luffy presumed to be on the far end of the gay spectrum when shown to be immune? And how does any of this dispute what Marigold says? One can find someone beautiful, as in the well model the beauty standards of the day, without being attracted to them.
Even Momonga, who is a rather straight-laced character relatively compared to other characters, displayed no heart eyes, but still required to silence his heart with pain. All of her arrogance seems to vanish when Luffy is on her mind, though. As the empress and captain of the tribe, Hancock is the strongest Kuja warrior. Ignoring the possible consequences of her actions, she openly and publicly declared Luffy to be her beloved, effectively choosing her love over her title and her people's treaty.
She maintain this attitude due to her belief she should be strong for her people and out of fear of being taking advantage of again. In spite of her arrogant behavior, Hancock has several running gags. Even after being freed by Fisher Tiger, Hancock harbors nothing but bitter hatred for them. She even openly declared Luffy as her beloved. So then an interpretation of events? Hancock's enamored behavior when around Luffy. In which case, let's assume you were adopted.
Dispute what that Marigold says? While that's similar to my own conclusion, that literally only negates the beam. Again, you've not answered why the women on Amazon Lily should be more affected. Unless you can show Tsunade possessing a quality differing from women of One Piece as a baseline, I do believe my argument meets the muster of claims. In return, Gloriosa supports and is proud of Hancock's decision in helping the object of her love, instead of allowing it to consume and kill her. She refused to listen to Luffy's story about how he was sent to her island or give him any mercy even after Margarette pleaded on his behalf. He later showed his gratitude by hugging her and remarking afterward that she had saved him twice, both in helping him break into Impel Down and giving him the key to Ace's handcuffs.
Hancock is very close to her sisters because they went through a lot together as slaves. Even though Luffy says that he is not going to marry Hancock, she still loves him very much and is not deterred in the slightest by this. That said, Hancock doesn't need it frankly. As to finding your kin sexy? She also tends to lose her temper whenever someone tries to keep her from spending time with Luffy, such as when she glared angrily at Jinbe for trying to eat some of the food she made for Luffy and when Rayleigh forbid her from seeing Luffy during his training, which prompted her to angrily pinch his nose. She is also prone to daydreams involving Luffy. Why can't he just be straight gay? Is it clearly not built in our sexual mind in some fashion? Or on a less extreme case, do you think your mother or sister or whoever is beautiful or can be? Do you think asexual people think no person is beautiful? Much of this comes from her past with the , who tortured her and her sisters from a young age, until they were rescued by.
Even still, the relationship between the two is akin to a teenage daughter and a mother, despite their differences. When you find someone of your own sex attractive, you're deeming it on sexual standards, no? I didn't see that part of your post, chill. And nothing about Tsunade bespeaks of her being abnormal. Hancock has obviously used the beam on many a women for both herself and Marigold to be surprised. Even after finding out the truth about Luffy's , she cast it aside and did not care even if he is the son of the devil. Are you also arguing Hancock either never used it on women outside of Amazon Lily we know she used it on Domino of Impel Down or that she somehow only managed to encounter sapphic women in all the times she'd use her ability? Are One Piece women just more sexually flexible? In which, what is human beauty? World Nobles Hancock and her sisters were once enslaved by the World Nobles.
There's no way you could argue Tsunade being anything like Luffy. Similar to , Hancock's fighting style seems to personally emphasis on powerful and versatile kicks, whether from kicking in-the-way cute animals or her enemies. And in order to be capable of such judgements, is there clearly not some form of desire, no matter how minuscule on our own part? Due to her suffering as a slave and how the first man she ever saw painfully burned her back with her slave mark, Hancock is very discriminating and judgmental towards men. Even still, Hancock's behavior was severely warped by the torture she endured until she met Luffy and puts up a great deal of effort to ensure no one will know of her past. Jinbe Hancock has shown to be very distrusting towards when they first met, but because he helped save Luffy, she let him seek refuge on her island until he was fully healed.
Otherwise, you might as well ask why should X ability in one universe should work in another universe. Upon reaching Luffy after the war and receiving information about his critical condition from , Hancock expressed her desire to be the one to have taken all the suffering in Luffy's place. And the One Piece manga has made it clear that Hancock's beauty normally transcends all ages and sexes along with the narrative shock at the beam not working. While Marguerite showed blushing, Sweet Pea was cowed with her arm stretched in protection of herself to the coming beam.
True enough, she has cause severe frictions with the government. But these mechanisms tend to be formed through prolonged social contact than anything innate, as there have been too many uncomfortable stories of separated siblings or parent-child ending up together. It wasn't until Hancock confessed everything to that she finally showed emotion, breaking down in tears after reliving her painful memories. But is it the norm? Initially, when Luffy requested for Hancock to travel to Impel Down, and vehemently disagreed with the idea. None at all, in fact, we have the contrary.