The first episode of the mini anime will debut on November 7, and the second episode will debut on November 14. The official Twitter account for the Comic Fire website (the manga's home) debuted a non-animated promotional video on Saturday. Both the upcoming mini anime and the promotional video feature Akari Kitō as Inglis and Ai Kakuma as the close childhood friend Rafinia (also known as "Rani").
I am asking this as I believe they are being used too much as jokes in anime or as empty plotwists revealing that they're actually trans. I would like anime that does not do any of that with these kind of characters.
"In anime culture, a male crossdresser whose cross-dressing so convincing that he's often mistaken for a real girl.""A meme from the internet describing a man who is intending to look like an attractive woman or a pre-op male to female transsexual. Females crossdressing as males or pre-op female to male transsexuals are often referred to as reverse traps. Some consider this usage of the word to be offensive."Aren't these basically two variant definitions of the same thing? -- 22.214.171.124 (talk) 00:58, 10 March 2008 (UTC)Reply[reply] 041b061a72