History Main / GenderBlenderName

24th Jun '16 3:42:38 PM margdean56
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* The great spirit Lord Maxwell in ''VideoGame/TalesOfXillia'', who choses an attractive female body to manifest in. It turns out ''Milla'' Maxwell is actually entirely female, it's just humanity having used her title and surname for so long that detail slipped the collective consciousness. Helpfully, it goes a long way in keeping her incognito despite how... loud her body is.

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* The great spirit Lord Maxwell in ''VideoGame/TalesOfXillia'', who choses chooses an attractive female body to manifest in. It turns out ''Milla'' Maxwell is actually entirely female, it's just humanity having used her title and surname for so long that detail slipped the collective consciousness. Helpfully, it goes a long way in keeping her incognito despite how... loud her body is.
24th Jun '16 3:28:15 PM margdean56
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* The Irish name Conor, sometimes spelt Connor (although thats usually reserved for surnames). It's unquestionably a mans name in its native Ireland and the neighboring UK. However it's apparently found some use as a female name in the United States (though even there it is still overwhelmingly male). Americans not knowing its origins and simply liking the name is one thing, but there are seemingly some Irish Americans who have forgotten this too.

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* The Irish name Conor, sometimes spelt Connor (although thats that's usually reserved for surnames). It's unquestionably a mans man's name in its native Ireland and the neighboring UK. However it's apparently found some use as a female name in the United States (though even there it is still overwhelmingly male). Americans not knowing its origins and simply liking the name is one thing, but there are seemingly some Irish Americans who have forgotten this too.



* Hilary/Hillary in English is unisex but predominantly feminine, but the French variant Hilaire is exclusively masculine. (Spanish and Italian have separate male and female forms - Hilario/Hilaria and Ilario/Ilaria.)

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* Hilary/Hillary in English is unisex but predominantly feminine, but the French variant Hilaire is exclusively masculine. (Spanish and Italian have separate male and female forms - -- Hilario/Hilaria and Ilario/Ilaria.)



** There was a pro football player named Ashley (Ambrose) a few years back. Appropriately enough, he played for Atlanta (cue sports anchors doing their best [[GoneWithTheWind Scarlet O'Hara]], "Ashley!")

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** There was a pro football player named Ashley (Ambrose) a few years back. Appropriately enough, he played for Atlanta (cue sports anchors doing their best [[GoneWithTheWind Scarlet Scarlett O'Hara]], "Ashley!")



** Irish people always felt it sounded like a girls name because it sounded very similar to a locally common girls name, Aisling.

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** Irish people always felt it sounded like a girls girl's name because it sounded very similar to a locally common girls name, Aisling.
24th Jun '16 3:17:14 PM margdean56
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** Many other Italian male names may fall into this category, especially if they are the "Hebrew-descent-angel-names-finished-in-el", among them Daniele (Daniel), Michele (Michael) and Gabriele (Gabriel). What sets them apart from English is that, when such names are used for girls, they are usually spelt with LL's (and thus, treated as feminine versions of the respective names), but some languages (Brazilian Portuguese prominently) admit the use of a single L.

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** Many other Italian male names may fall into this category, especially if they are the "Hebrew-descent-angel-names-finished-in-el", "Hebrew-descent-angel-names-ending-in-el", among them Daniele (Daniel), Michele (Michael) and Gabriele (Gabriel). What sets them apart from English is that, when such names are used for girls, they are usually spelt with LL's (and thus, treated as feminine versions of the respective names), but some languages (Brazilian Portuguese prominently) admit the use of a single L.



* The same goes for the Italian and American versions of the name Luca - some were confused about Suzanne Vega singing "My name is Luka (I live on the second floor...)".

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* The same goes for the Italian and American versions of the name Luca - -- some were confused about Suzanne Vega singing "My name is Luka (I live on the second floor...)".



* Anne, although a female name in most languages, is traditionally a male name in Frisian. Pronounched something like Oh-one-eh, but more fluent.

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* Anne, although a female name in most languages, is traditionally a male name in Frisian. Pronounched Pronounced something like Oh-one-eh, but more fluent.



** One should have told that to ''Literature/ArtemisFowl''. Granted, he ''[[LampshadeHanging is]]'' told in one of the books. And takes it all in stride just like a good little criminal with the highest IQ in Europe would. In the end of the book he answers to this insult from the antagonist: "Every now and then a male comes along with such a talent for hunting that he earns the right to use that name. I am that male. Artemis the hunter. I hunted you." Ba-zing! Even better is that the phrase Artemis the Hunter is the signal to his allies to unleash hell.

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** One Someone should have told that to ''Literature/ArtemisFowl''. Granted, he ''[[LampshadeHanging is]]'' told in one of the books. And takes it all in stride just like a good little criminal with the highest IQ in Europe would. In At the end of the book he answers to this insult from the antagonist: "Every now and then a male comes along with such a talent for hunting that he earns the right to use that name. I am that male. Artemis the hunter. I hunted you." Ba-zing! Even better is that the phrase Artemis "Artemis the Hunter Hunter" is the signal to his allies to unleash hell.



** It should be noted that the name Artemis is unisex in Greek. The female version is pronounced with stress on the first syllable and the male version with stress on the second (ART-teh-miss vs art-TEH-miss). But basically it's the same name. There is also an anglicinized male-only version of the name, Artemus. Fairly rare today, but was somewhat popular in the US during the second half of the 19th century. Fictional bearers of the name include Artemus Gordon from ''Series/TheWildWildWest'' and the Keeper Elder Artemus from the ''VideoGame/{{Thief}}'' game series.

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** It should be noted that the name Artemis is unisex in Greek. The female version is pronounced with stress on the first syllable and the male version with stress on the second (ART-teh-miss vs art-TEH-miss). But basically it's the same name. There is also an anglicinized anglicized male-only version of the name, Artemus. Fairly rare today, but was somewhat popular in the US during the second half of the 19th century. Fictional bearers of the name include Artemus Gordon from ''Series/TheWildWildWest'' and the Keeper Elder Artemus from the ''VideoGame/{{Thief}}'' game series.



** Seattle Seahawks running back Christine Michael arguably has a Gender Blender name all the way - his full name is Christine Lynn Michael.

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** Seattle Seahawks running back Christine Michael arguably has a Gender Blender name all the way - -- his full name is Christine Lynn Michael.



* Jan is a Germanic male name -- or short for Janice or Janet/a standalone feminine name in English-speaking countries. Both are pronounced differently like the male version is pronounced (yan), but on paper it can leave you uncertain. (Both ''Jan''s are originally Hebrew, forms of "John" and "Joan", respectively).

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* Jan is a Germanic male name -- or short for Janice or Janet/a standalone feminine name in English-speaking countries. Both are pronounced differently like -- the male version is pronounced (yan), (yan) -- but on paper it can leave you uncertain. (Both ''Jan''s are originally Hebrew, forms of "John" and "Joan", respectively).



* The North Germanic male name Hjalmar, in its Portuguese form Djalma, went into this case in Brazil.

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* The North Germanic male name Hjalmar, in its Portuguese form Djalma, went into became this case trope in Brazil.



*** Kari's name was actually Hikari in the first season, but changed to Kaari in second season and the movies - figures, because in Finnish, "hikari" is short for "hikipinko", Finnish for (school) nerd.

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*** Kari's name was actually Hikari in the first season, but changed to Kaari in second season and the movies - -- figures, because in Finnish, "hikari" is short for "hikipinko", Finnish for (school) nerd.



* [[TheHero Sol Badguy]] from the ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'' VideoGames. Chosen because of the spanish word from [[ThePowerOfTheSun Sun]]. And overall, sounds badass... Unless you live in a spanish speaking country, in which Sol is a female name, and it's never used in boys.

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* [[TheHero Sol Badguy]] from the ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'' VideoGames. Chosen because of the spanish Spanish word from for [[ThePowerOfTheSun Sun]]. And overall, sounds badass... Unless you live in a spanish Spanish speaking country, in which Sol is a female name, and it's never used in for boys.



** It is also masculine in the former Soviet Union, being one of the numerous "revolutionary" names that were invented after the RedOctober. It stands for "Kommunistichesky Internatsional Molodyozhy" ("the Communist International of the Youth", the youth branch of the Comintern). Such names lost popularity by late 1920s.

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** It is also masculine in the former Soviet Union, being one of the numerous "revolutionary" names that were invented after the RedOctober. It stands for "Kommunistichesky Internatsional Molodyozhy" ("the Communist International of the Youth", the youth branch of the Comintern). Such names lost popularity by the late 1920s.



** Similarly, Shelah is a Biblical name that can go both ways but was most commonly on men. Now it's most common on women.

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** Similarly, Shelah is a Biblical name that can go both ways but was most commonly on for men. Now it's most common on for women.



** To make the gender clear, the name has gained alternate spellings over time: e.g. Robyn (like the - female - Swedish pop singer), Robynne.

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** To make the gender clear, the name has gained alternate spellings over time: e.g. Robyn (like the - -- female - -- Swedish pop singer), Robynne.
24th Jun '16 3:03:03 PM margdean56
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** Ah, but the pronunciation wouldn't excuse Spanish, where Andrea is also used a female name and it's pronounced much the same as in Italian, except for the accent. The male version of the name in Spanish is "Andrés" (as in baseball player Galarraga).

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** Ah, but the pronunciation wouldn't excuse Spanish, where Andrea is also used as a female name and it's pronounced much the same as in Italian, except for the accent. The male version of the name in Spanish is "Andrés" (as in baseball player Galarraga).
24th Jun '16 2:58:27 PM margdean56
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* In ''WesternAnimation/DuckDodgers'' episode "Back to the Academy", Duck Dodgers was evaluated by a drill sergeant named Emily Dickinson Jones. Emily got this name because people's names in the 24th and a half century aren't choosen with basis on their gender and ''his'' mother was a fan of classic poetry.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/DuckDodgers'' episode "Back to the Academy", Duck Dodgers was evaluated by a drill sergeant named Emily Dickinson Jones. Emily got this name because people's names in the 24th and a half century aren't choosen with basis chosen based on their gender gender, and ''his'' mother was a fan of classic poetry.



* In "Theatre/WeWillRockYou", Britney Spears is the very male "...the biggest, baddest, meanest, nastiest, ugliest, most raging, rapping, rock'n'roll, sick, punk, heavy metal psycho bastard that ever got get-down funky." And Meat Loaf is his girlfriend, who is called Ozzy in some versions.
* Dr. Edward Bunnigus from ''Webcomic/SchlockMercenary''. Her parents were considered too stupid to breed under eugenics laws so they commissioned a [[DesignerBabies Designer Baby]] from scratch. When she arrived, they (being idiots) interpreted the "ED" (which stands for "Exotic Dancer", her genetic template) in her medical bracelet as the lab having named the baby for them. They didn't think Ed was "pretty enough" so they called her "Edward".

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* In "Theatre/WeWillRockYou", ''Theatre/WeWillRockYou'', Britney Spears is the very male "...the biggest, baddest, meanest, nastiest, ugliest, most raging, rapping, rock'n'roll, sick, punk, heavy metal psycho bastard that ever got get-down funky." And Meat Loaf is his girlfriend, who is called Ozzy in some versions.
* Dr. Edward Bunnigus from ''Webcomic/SchlockMercenary''. Her parents were considered too stupid to breed under eugenics laws so they commissioned a [[DesignerBabies Designer Baby]] from scratch. When she arrived, they (being idiots) interpreted the "ED" (which stands for "Exotic Dancer", her genetic template) in on her medical bracelet as the lab having named the baby for them. They didn't think Ed was "pretty enough" so they called her "Edward".



* In ''Literature/TunnelInTheSky'', the inventor of teleportation and savior of humanity was Dr. Jesse Evelyn Ramsbotham. The narration suggests that he may have become a quarterback capable of talking to women if his parents had given him masculine names. Instead his EmbarrassingFirstName and EmbarrassingMiddleName drove him to lonely mathematics and physics.
** It should be noted that ''Tunnel'' was written in 1955, long before Jesse became a popular - and heavily male - name among parents of millenials.
* Homosexual males in fiction are sometimes given gender-bending names to emphasise their percieved femininity for example Creator/IanMcShane's character Meredith in ''44 Inch Chest'' and Beverly Leslie in ''WillAndGrace''.
* In some areas of Sweden (such as Dalecarlia), people still occasionally uses the name of the family farm as part of their personal name, regardless of whether the farm had a "male" or a "female" name. For example, a man living at a farm called Sara (a female name) might be named Sara Erik Persson. This naming convention is becoming increasingly rare, but used to be somewhat common before the industrialization.

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* In ''Literature/TunnelInTheSky'', the inventor of teleportation and savior of humanity was Dr. Jesse Evelyn Ramsbotham. The narration suggests that he may might have become a quarterback capable of talking to women if his parents had given him masculine names. Instead his EmbarrassingFirstName and EmbarrassingMiddleName drove him to lonely mathematics and physics.
** It should be noted that ''Tunnel'' was written in 1955, long before Jesse became a popular - -- and heavily male - -- name among parents of millenials.
millennials.
* Homosexual males in fiction are sometimes given gender-bending names to emphasise their percieved femininity femininity: for example example, Creator/IanMcShane's character Meredith in ''44 Inch Chest'' and Beverly Leslie in ''WillAndGrace''.
* In some areas of Sweden (such as Dalecarlia), people still occasionally uses use the name of the family farm as part of their personal name, regardless of whether the farm had a "male" or a "female" name. For example, a man living at a farm called Sara (a female name) might be named Sara Erik Persson. This naming convention is becoming increasingly rare, but used to be somewhat common before the industrialization.



* ''Fanfic/PrisonIslandBreak'' changed Shadows full name to "Ursula Leslie Robotnik. He claims that it means "Oops. We expected a girl."

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* ''Fanfic/PrisonIslandBreak'' changed Shadows Shadow's full name to "Ursula Leslie Robotnik.Robotnik". He claims that it means "Oops. We expected a girl."



* * In ''{{Webcomic/Sure}}'' the descendant of The Invisible Man is named Riley and refuses to let anyone know his or her gender, [[http://sire.thewebcomic.com/comics/1449586/chapter-4-page-31/ unless they cheat.]]

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* * In ''{{Webcomic/Sure}}'' the descendant of The Invisible Man is named Riley and refuses to let anyone know his or her gender, [[http://sire.thewebcomic.com/comics/1449586/chapter-4-page-31/ unless they cheat.]]



* In ''VideoGame/AgeOfMythology'', egyptian players get a Pharaoh with a randomly-generated name. One of the possible names is Cleopatra.

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* In ''VideoGame/AgeOfMythology'', egyptian Egyptian players get a Pharaoh with a randomly-generated name. One of the possible names is Cleopatra.



** Morte is, by contrast, a BloodKnight and a bit AxCrazy; she's ''all for'' the end of the world (at least until she realizes that she's [[LoveRedeems fallen for Kyrie]] and [[WhatWouldXDo he doesn't want to, so she'll agree it's a bad idea]] - life with him is fun and WorthLivingFor, after all). And while [[WhoNamesTheirKidDude most parents wouldn't give a name]] meaning "[[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Death]]" to a child of ''either'' gender, most personifications of the GrimReaper are male. However, when you go back to the original Latin, ''morte'' was a female-gendered word. Likewise, while Morte may enjoy destruction, she's a LadyOfWar and [[PinkIsFeminine prefers hot pink skirts]]; don't you dare mistake her for OneOfTheGuys in that regard.

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** Morte is, by contrast, a BloodKnight and a bit AxCrazy; she's ''all for'' the end of the world (at least until she realizes that she's [[LoveRedeems fallen for Kyrie]] and [[WhatWouldXDo he doesn't want to, so she'll agree it's a bad idea]] - -- life with him is fun and WorthLivingFor, after all). And while [[WhoNamesTheirKidDude most parents wouldn't give a name]] meaning "[[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Death]]" to a child of ''either'' gender, most personifications of the GrimReaper are male. However, when you go back to the original Latin, ''morte'' was a female-gendered word. Likewise, while Morte may enjoy destruction, she's a LadyOfWar and [[PinkIsFeminine prefers hot pink skirts]]; don't you dare mistake her for OneOfTheGuys in that regard.
24th Jun '16 2:44:09 PM margdean56
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Sometimes the only name you get is an ambiguous abbreviation, such as Sam. Or a gender-neutral name, such as Dominique or Claude in French. Or worse, a name whose "default gender" changes from a country to another (or even over time in the same country!), like "Andrea" which is typically female in the U.S. but typically male in Italy (in Greek it means "manly"). And let's not forget the names that must be written down to determine the gender, such as Tony/Toni, Adrian/Adrienne or Francis/Frances.

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Sometimes the only name you get is an ambiguous abbreviation, such as Sam. Or a gender-neutral name, such as Dominique or Claude in French. Or worse, a name whose "default gender" changes from a one country to another (or even over time in the same country!), like "Andrea" which is typically female in the U.S. but typically male in Italy (in Greek it means "manly"). And let's not forget the names that must be written down to determine the gender, such as Tony/Toni, Adrian/Adrienne or Francis/Frances.



A frequent variation occurs when writers who skimped on research of a foreign culture's naming conventions inadvertently give a woman a masculine name or (less commonly) a man a feminine name. Russian characters are particularly vulnerable to this. (Confusingly, "Sonya" and "Tanya" are female names but "Sasha" and "Valya" are gender-neutral and "Nikita" is a male name, even though they all end with the same vowels - "я" ("ya") being a separate letter from "а", which matches its Latin lookalike - which, in most Russian names and words, take the feminine grammatical gender.)

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A frequent variation occurs when writers who skimped on research of a foreign culture's naming conventions inadvertently give a woman a masculine name or (less commonly) a man a feminine name. Russian characters are particularly vulnerable to this. (Confusingly, "Sonya" and "Tanya" are female names but "Sasha" and "Valya" are gender-neutral and "Nikita" is a male name, even though they all end with the same vowels - -- "я" ("ya") being a separate letter from "а", which matches its Latin lookalike - -- which, in most Russian names and words, take the feminine grammatical gender.)



* The ButtMonkey main character in ''LightNovel/BludgeoningAngelDokurochan'' name is Sakura which means "Cherry Blossom". But there are rare cases on which it's a guy's name.
* The name "Rin" is normally for girls, though there are rare occasions for it to be used for guys. In ''Manga/BlueExorcist'''s case, the name is spelled with the kanji for "phosphorus" and belongs to the resident AntiAntiChrist [[TheHero lead]]...who can [[SupremeChef cook]] and has other rather [[InTouchWithHisFeminineSide feminine]] traits.

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* The ButtMonkey main character in ''LightNovel/BludgeoningAngelDokurochan'' name is Sakura which means "Cherry Blossom". But there are rare cases on in which it's a guy's name.
* The name "Rin" is normally for girls, though there are rare occasions for when it to be is used for guys. In ''Manga/BlueExorcist'''s case, the name is spelled with the kanji for "phosphorus" and belongs to the resident AntiAntiChrist [[TheHero lead]]...who can [[SupremeChef cook]] and has other rather [[InTouchWithHisFeminineSide feminine]] traits.



* [[UnsettlingGenderReveal Bridget]] from the ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'' VideoGames. Chosen because he was raised as a girl, due to a superstition of twin boys being unlucky.

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* [[UnsettlingGenderReveal Bridget]] from the ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'' VideoGames. Chosen because he was raised as a girl, due to a superstition of about twin boys being unlucky.



** On ''Series/{{Nashville}}'' a country musician names his male dog Sue in reference to the Johny Cash song.

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** On ''Series/{{Nashville}}'' a country musician names his male dog Sue in reference to the Johny Johnny Cash song.



** Also from ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'', Jennifer Dylan Cox - Dylan comes from a Welsh sea god. But Jordan named her after JD just to screw with Cox. Jordan herself has an ambiguous name, and there was a running joke that all the women JD slept with for the first few seasons had unisex names (including Jordan's sister, Danni, and [[GirlOfTheWeek Alex]]).

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** Also from ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'', Jennifer Dylan Cox - -- Dylan comes from a Welsh sea god. But Jordan named her after JD just to screw with Cox. Jordan herself has an ambiguous name, and there was a running joke that all the women JD slept with for the first few seasons had unisex names (including Jordan's sister, Danni, and [[GirlOfTheWeek Alex]]).



* Holly on ''Series/RedDwarf'' starts out as a balding middle aged man, and only in series 3 becomes a blonde woman. Curiously in a parallel universe, Holly's female counterpart, whose likeness he later copies, is called 'Hilly'. Strictly speaking, as a computer, 'he' doesn't have a gender, and the name is partly influenced by HAL ('HAB' was used in a [[SonOfCliche prototype radio show]]). Not that it matters as 'Holly' is a unisex name anyway, it's simply more commonly seen as a woman's name than a man's which is why it doesn't matter that Holly was originally supposed to be a girl. The writers were blown away by Norman Lovett's preformance, and cast him instead.
* The AI 'Ziggy' in ''Series/QuantumLeap'' turned out to have a female voice after yeas of referring to it as "he."

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* Holly on ''Series/RedDwarf'' starts out as a balding middle aged man, and only in series 3 becomes a blonde woman. Curiously in a parallel universe, Holly's female counterpart, whose likeness he later copies, is called 'Hilly'. Strictly speaking, as a computer, 'he' doesn't have a gender, and the name is partly influenced by HAL ('HAB' was used in a [[SonOfCliche prototype radio show]]). Not that it matters as 'Holly' is a unisex name anyway, it's simply more commonly seen as a woman's name than a man's which is why it doesn't matter that Holly was originally supposed to be a girl. The writers were blown away by Norman Lovett's preformance, performance, and cast him instead.
* The AI 'Ziggy' in ''Series/QuantumLeap'' turned out to have a female voice after yeas years of referring to it as "he."



* Music/AliceCooper and Music/MarilynManson most likely chose their stage names with the intention of being edgy. Cooper states he got the name ([[IAmTheBand which originally baptized his whole band]]) from an ouija board. Manson's whole group combined female model names with serial killer last names.

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* Music/AliceCooper and Music/MarilynManson most likely chose their stage names with the intention of being edgy. Cooper states he got the name ([[IAmTheBand which originally baptized his whole band]]) from an a ouija board. Manson's whole group combined female model names with serial killer last names.



*** Cooper once acknowledged this in an interview- he was at the bank for some reason. When asked for his name, he replied with Alice Cooper. The teller responded with something along the lines of "There are four Alice Coopers in our records." Alice's reply to that? "I'm ''mister'' Alice Cooper."

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*** Cooper once acknowledged this in an interview- he interview--he was at the bank for some reason. When asked for his name, he replied with Alice Cooper. The teller responded with something along the lines of "There are four Alice Coopers in our records." Alice's reply to that? "I'm ''mister'' ''Mister'' Alice Cooper."



** Maria José and José María are not uncommon names in Mexican history (sometimes get even a Jesus in the combination!!!) but most cases the first name matches the gender, as the Josés are mostly men and the Marías women.

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** Maria José and José María are not uncommon names in Mexican history (sometimes get even a Jesus in the combination!!!) combination!) but most cases the first name matches the gender, as the Josés are mostly men and the Marías women.



* In the movie ''Film/TheProducers'' it's said that Adolf Hitler middle name was Elizabeth, which also turn out to be the middle name of the trasvestite director.

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* In the movie ''Film/TheProducers'' it's said that Adolf Hitler Hitler's middle name was Elizabeth, which also turn turns out to be the middle name of the trasvestite transvestite director.



* The poet Stevie Smith was female (originally named Florence). It's also been known as a shortening for Stephanie, as in Stevie Nicks.

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* The poet Stevie Smith was female (originally named Florence). It's also been known as a shortening for of Stephanie, as in Stevie Nicks.



** Former WWF ring announcer Michael Kathleen "Mike" McGuirk.

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** Former WWF ring announcer Michael Kathleen "Mike" McGuirk.[=McGuirk=].



* Subverted in the book ''Beyond Rejection'' - a [[GenderBender former man whose personality has been transferred to a female body]] asks to be called "Patricia", aiming at this trope. The therapist points this out and starts calling her "Trish".

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* Subverted in the book ''Beyond Rejection'' - -- a [[GenderBender former man whose personality has been transferred to a female body]] asks to be called "Patricia", aiming at this trope. The therapist points this out and starts calling her "Trish".
22nd Jun '16 1:58:56 PM Willbyr
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** Michiru ([[KamichamaKarin Nishikiori]], [[Franchise/SailorMoon Kaiou]], [[Anime/FutariWaPrettyCureSplashStar Kiryuu]] or [[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsOriginalGeneration Hanaten]])

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** Michiru ([[KamichamaKarin ([[Manga/KamichamaKarin Nishikiori]], [[Franchise/SailorMoon Kaiou]], [[Anime/FutariWaPrettyCureSplashStar Kiryuu]] or [[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsOriginalGeneration Hanaten]])
21st Jun '16 12:22:13 PM gewunomox
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** [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Steele_(musician) Michael Steele]] is a member of the popular all-girl rock band TheBangles. Early in her career, she went by the more feminine-sounding first name Micki, but before that she was known by her birth name, Susan Thomas.

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** [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Steele_(musician) Michael Steele]] is a member of the popular all-girl rock band TheBangles.Music/TheBangles. Early in her career, she went by the more feminine-sounding first name Micki, but before that she was known by her birth name, Susan Thomas.
21st Jun '16 1:05:26 AM gewunomox
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** Shannon is mostly a female name (as in Tweed, {{Playboy}} Playmate/actress/wife of [[{{Kiss}} Gene Simmons]]) but can also be a male name (as in Hoon, the late frontman of Blind Melon;)

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** Shannon is mostly a female name (as in Tweed, {{Playboy}} Magazine/{{Playboy}} Playmate/actress/wife of [[{{Kiss}} [[Music/{{KISS}} Gene Simmons]]) but can also be a male name (as in Hoon, the late frontman of Blind Melon;)Music/BlindMelon;)
7th Jun '16 9:18:53 PM gewunomox
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** The male lead singer for LacunaCoil is Andrea Ferro.

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** The male lead singer for LacunaCoil Music/LacunaCoil is Andrea Ferro.
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