The Yin-Yang Theory: More Winx Fans Should Talk About It

Every time I talk about Aisha and Nex’s symbolism, people ask me, “Are you the blogger of Una di Noi Winx?” It happened to Power of Charmix, too, in the comments of her “Yin and Yang” video. I guess more people heard about the yin-yang theory than I thought.

Aisha and Nex's yin-yang logo, created by me
Aisha and Nex’s yin-yang logo, created by me

But I think the Winx fandom should be talking about it more.

Aisha and Nex’s yin-yang theme is important to their relationship. It helps explain their color scheme, their power couple dynamic, and how Rainbow came up with Nex’s character. Why isn’t this worth discussing along with everything else in Winx Club?

Some people will dismiss the theory, like that person on WinxClubEnglish’s love story video did. (“Characters aren’t their names”, huh?) But other fans will take it seriously, and I have plenty of blog posts that expand on it.

Let’s spread the yin-yang theory around the Winx fandom. Here are some ways:

The more Aisha/Nex fans who do this, the better. Help me out, everyone!

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September 20, 2019 4:34 pm

Sorry if this is unrelated, but according to WinxClubRus
Rainbow has nothing to do with the Live Action, Fate: The Winx Club Saga.
It’s a full Netflix project, which explains why it feels so different
and the core elements are gone.

Reply to  Sirenix-Winx
September 22, 2019 2:50 am

My question is: Why did Rainbow give
away their show to a different company?

Reply to  Sirenix-Winx
September 22, 2019 6:31 am

good question sirenix-winx
why would rainbow give full control of a new winx spin-off

Reply to  Tori
September 23, 2019 1:16 pm

It’s a reboot of some sorts, because it’s confirmed
the storyline would be different.

Reply to  Sirenix-Winx
September 21, 2019 6:49 am

that’s concerning to me to be honest