More info on The Hopps:
The the stereotype that due to the large population rates, all rabbits are related, isn't really the steeotype to worry about. More often rabbits are widely considered to be uneducated country bumpkins (bunpkins?) who marry their cousins, which is only true in certain, very particular families. The Hopps family actually consider themselves to be one of the more progressive families in Bunnyburrows. They have the first rabbit cop, the first and second female rabbits to work outside of agriculture, and the best attempt at 'The Initiative' (Contraception) that anyone in the Burrows can attest to.
The more crass stereotypes include an obsession with sex and forgetting their own kids names- which are not true at all.
Sometimes Judy gets huffy about the “all rabbits are related” stereotype, but then she remembers that the guy who runs their local convenience store is her sister in law’s uncle, the bus driver is her cousin’s husband’s brother, the baker is Joey’s girlfriend’s dad and if she continued listing them off it wouldn’t end. She lets it slide.
Rabbits might consider middle names to be a waste of time. They wouldn’t have a problem with repeats, so long as the name in question is used in separate generations… If there’s got to be a middle name, it’s probably the parents names.
Sheena is 20 years old, and Judy is 29, so there’s a big generational gap there. Sheena greatly admires her big sister’s accomplishments and wants to be a trailblazer like her. Judy is naturally distrustful of in-your-face youth cultures, and she’s seen a few of the violent ones. The big uh-oh came when she found out her sister was arrested in downtown Zootopia with a bunch of other punk rock protesters. She paid the bail herself, sent her on her way with a scolding and, out of sisterly mercy, chose not to tell their parents. Usually they’re not in close enough proximity to bicker; if either of them fight, it’s going to be with siblings of the same generation. Or Jillian.
Jillian Hopps-Binks never wanted to prove anything. She’s always been a bit of a troublemaker among her siblings and is a big gossip mongerer in the Hopps home. She couldn’t live with her husband’s family because of her behavior.
When Judy did what she did in front of her, she hadn’t given her any ammunition to fire back at her; they were all alone in that hall (a near impossible situation in a rabbit home). Jillian still has no record proof. All Judy had done was display an open and flaunting act of “depravity” in front of her sister, just to rile her up. Jill had never in all her life expected to see anything like that from Judy.
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