History Main / Hermaphrodite

3rd May '16 12:36:02 PM TVRulezAgain
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* Supporting the Cade and Jori pairings is a {{Victorious}} fanfic [[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/8579536/1/Glorious where Tori wakes to find that Cat is one]]. But its not just Cat...

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* Supporting the Cade and Jori pairings is a {{Victorious}} Series/{{Victorious}} fanfic [[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/8579536/1/Glorious where Tori wakes to find that Cat is one]]. But its not just Cat...
30th Apr '16 2:59:01 PM MarqFJA
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26th Mar '16 8:54:10 PM MyFinalEdits
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* Given that very few fictional works actually show their protagonists' genitals, it's a common fanfictional conceit for all members of a particular species or society to be hermaphroditic (or at least for the females to have hyena-like genitalia.) This is slightly weird when applied to {{Green Skinned Space Babe}}s (e.g. [[Comicbook/TeenTitans Starfire]]), and ''really'' weird when applied to {{Fantasy Counterpart Culture}}s whose real-world equivalents quite obviously aren't hermaphroditic (e.g. [[Franchise/CodeGeass Britannians]].[[note]]Granted, the author of the latter was apparently Japanese, so it's anyone's guess whether he's ever seen a British woman's genitals.[[/note]])
** The [[Video Game/FinalFantasyXIII]] fanfic [[http://www.fan fiction.net/s/7792173/1/Smoke and Mirrors]] has most of the Yun clan.
** Extremely common in [[MrSeahorse Mpreg]] fanfics. A male character will be given the biological ability to become pregnant, yet is fully capable of impregnating a woman. They're still considered male, [[YouFailBiologyForever yet biologically, this would make them hermaphrodites.]]

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* Given that very few fictional works actually show their protagonists' genitals, it's a common fanfictional conceit for all members of a particular species or society to be hermaphroditic (or at least for the females to have hyena-like genitalia.) This is slightly weird when applied to {{Green Skinned Space Babe}}s (e.g. [[Comicbook/TeenTitans Starfire]]), and ''really'' weird when applied to {{Fantasy Counterpart Culture}}s whose real-world equivalents quite obviously aren't hermaphroditic (e.g. [[Franchise/CodeGeass Britannians]].[[note]]Granted, the author of the latter was apparently Japanese, so it's anyone's guess whether he's ever seen a British woman's genitals.[[/note]])
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The [[Video Game/FinalFantasyXIII]] ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII'' fanfic [[http://www.fan fiction.net/s/7792173/1/Smoke fanfiction.net/s/7792173/1/ Smoke and Mirrors]] has most of the Yun clan.
** Extremely common in [[MrSeahorse Mpreg]] fanfics. A male character will be given the biological ability to become pregnant, yet is fully capable of impregnating a woman. They're still considered male, [[YouFailBiologyForever yet biologically, this would make them hermaphrodites.]]
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** Variant in ''FanFic/{{Hivefled}}''; both "males" and "females" have a tentacular penis and a vagina, but only in the females does said vagina lead up to a womb-analogous pouch for storing genetic material, and only females have NonMammalMammaries. It's also considered taboo for females to favour using their penis or males their vagina over the opposing parts, and most trolls don't find this a problem as they find it various levels of uncomfortable to do so.

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** * Variant in ''FanFic/{{Hivefled}}''; both "males" and "females" have a tentacular penis and a vagina, but only in the females does said vagina lead up to a womb-analogous pouch for storing genetic material, and only females have NonMammalMammaries. It's also considered taboo for females to favour using their penis or males their vagina over the opposing parts, and most trolls don't find this a problem as they find it various levels of uncomfortable to do so.
25th Mar '16 8:52:09 PM KelanFarron
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**The [[Video Game/FinalFantasyXIII]] fanfic [[http://www.fan fiction.net/s/7792173/1/Smoke and Mirrors]] has most of the Yun clan.
19th Mar '16 9:16:12 AM Hossmeister
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9th Mar '16 12:48:59 PM Hossmeister
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* The Orkans from ''MorkAndMindy'' may have shades of this, insinuated by Mork's appearance on ''HappyDays'' when Fonzie asked if a certain Orkan was a man or woman.

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* The Orkans from ''MorkAndMindy'' ''Series/MorkAndMindy'' may have shades of this, insinuated by Mork's appearance on ''HappyDays'' when Fonzie asked if a certain Orkan was a man or woman.
1st Feb '16 9:09:09 PM Willbyr
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* The [[spoiler: protagonist, Mashiro Ichijo]] of Setona Mizushiro's manga, ''AfterSchoolNightmare'', possesses a body with the upper half being male and the lower half being female.

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* The [[spoiler: protagonist, [[spoiler:protagonist, Mashiro Ichijo]] of Setona Mizushiro's manga, ''AfterSchoolNightmare'', ''Manga/AfterSchoolNightmare'', possesses a body with the upper half being male and the lower half being female.



* [[spoiler: Kira]] in ''{{Manga/Marginal}}'' can switch between being male and female due to being the outcome of a really messed up experiment by hir father.

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* [[spoiler: Kira]] [[spoiler:Kira]] in ''{{Manga/Marginal}}'' can switch between being male and female due to being the outcome of a really messed up experiment by hir father.



--> "My race doesn't have separate sexes. Each of us can be 'male' or 'female' as required. It usually depends on who buys dinner."

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--> "My -->My race doesn't have separate sexes. Each of us can be 'male' or 'female' as required. It usually depends on who buys dinner."



* A classic [[TakeThat Take That]] against your "favorite" female sports heroine is told this way:
-->"Mrs. Insert Name Here, what do you say to the rumors that you take steroids?"
-->"Suck my dick!"

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* A classic [[TakeThat Take That]] TakeThat against your "favorite" female sports heroine is told this way:
-->"Mrs. -->Mrs. Insert Name Here, what do you say to the rumors that you take steroids?"
-->"Suck
steroids?
-->Suck
my dick!" dick!
28th Jan '16 3:11:27 AM DarkMask
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* [[http://vignette4.wikia.nocookie.net/bayonetta/images/b/b6/1419071586696.png/revision/latest/scale-to-width-down/553?cb=20141222015613 Concept Art]] shows that The Prophet, [[spoiler:Loptr/Aesir]] from ''{{VideoGame/Bayonetta 2}}'' at one point was considered to appear as half male and half female right down the middle, in addition to being half light and half dark, [[WhatCouldHaveBeen although this concept was scrapped]].
17th Dec '15 9:52:30 PM DeisTheAlcano
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* In ''TheLeagueOfExtraordinaryGentlemen'', Virginia Woolf's male to female GenderBender character [[Literature/OrlandoABiography Orlando]] is intersex during his/her transition periods.

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* In ''TheLeagueOfExtraordinaryGentlemen'', ''ComicBook/TheLeagueOfExtraordinaryGentlemen'', Virginia Woolf's male to female GenderBender character [[Literature/OrlandoABiography Orlando]] is intersex during his/her transition periods.



* Given that very few fictional works actually show their protagonists' genitals, it's a common fanfictional conceit for all members of a particular species or society to be hermaphroditic (or at least for the females to have hyena-like genitalia.) This is slightly weird when applied to {{Green Skinned Space Babe}}s (e.g. [[Comicbook/TeenTitans Starfire]]), and ''really'' weird when applied to {{Fantasy Counterpart Culture}}s whose real-world equivalents quite obviously aren't hermaphroditic (e.g. [[CodeGeass Britannians]].[[note]]Granted, the author of the latter was apparently Japanese, so it's anyone's guess whether he's ever seen a British woman's genitals.[[/note]])

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* Given that very few fictional works actually show their protagonists' genitals, it's a common fanfictional conceit for all members of a particular species or society to be hermaphroditic (or at least for the females to have hyena-like genitalia.) This is slightly weird when applied to {{Green Skinned Space Babe}}s (e.g. [[Comicbook/TeenTitans Starfire]]), and ''really'' weird when applied to {{Fantasy Counterpart Culture}}s whose real-world equivalents quite obviously aren't hermaphroditic (e.g. [[CodeGeass [[Franchise/CodeGeass Britannians]].[[note]]Granted, the author of the latter was apparently Japanese, so it's anyone's guess whether he's ever seen a British woman's genitals.[[/note]])
16th Dec '15 3:51:59 AM Spindriver
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* Ramona of ''Webcomic/StickyDillyBuns'' is intersex, [[http://www.stickydillybuns.com/strips-sdb/not_tomboyish_at_all announcing the fact just as Dillon is telling her how completely feminine she is.]] Actually, she uses the term "hermaphrodite", evidently being less worried by the terminology than many people (including her friend Angel).
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