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11th Mar '17 4:16:43 PM nombretomado
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* Marisa Rahm, the lead character of MilestoneComics' ''Deathwish'' miniseries, is a realistically-portrayed trans woman police detective. The series was written by Creator/MaddieBlaustein (better known as the voice of Meowth from ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}''[[note]]Dat's right![[/note]]), who was transgender herself.

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* Marisa Rahm, the lead character of MilestoneComics' Creator/MilestoneComics' ''Deathwish'' miniseries, is a realistically-portrayed trans woman police detective. The series was written by Creator/MaddieBlaustein (better known as the voice of Meowth from ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}''[[note]]Dat's right![[/note]]), who was transgender herself.
7th Mar '17 9:09:45 AM rjd1922
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* Genderfluid, Bi-gender, and Tri-gender refer to people whose gender changes over time, whether between many identities or just two or three. This can be as often as daily or as rarely as once per decade; it can happen on its own, or be triggered by something. If these people's identities end up matching their birth-assigned gender at some points, they may consider themselves "part cis". Not to be confused with Dissociative Identity Disorder (multiple personalities), although it has been known for dissociated personalities to rarely possess a gender that does not coincide with the sex of the patient.

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* Genderfluid, Bi-gender, and Tri-gender refer to people whose gender changes over time, whether between many identities or just two or three. This can be as often as daily or as rarely as once per decade; it can happen on its own, or be triggered by something. If these people's identities end up matching their birth-assigned gender at some points, they may consider themselves "part cis". Not to be confused with Dissociative Identity Disorder (multiple personalities), ([[SplitPersonality multiple personalities]]), although it has been known for dissociated personalities to rarely possess a gender that does not coincide with the sex of the patient.
3rd Mar '17 11:09:14 AM Donalin
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* ''VideoGame/GuildWars2'' has a trans woman character in Lion's Arch named Sya [[spoiler:who your character previously met in the personal story as Simon]].
28th Feb '17 3:31:58 PM StFan
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* [[spoiler:The title character]] in ''TheSagaOfTuck'' is a teenager who is [[spoiler:physically intersexed, and (possibly) bi-gender]]. A number of minor characters are also transgender, and several more are {{Transvestite}}s.

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* [[spoiler:The title character]] in ''TheSagaOfTuck'' ''Literature/TheSagaOfTuck'' is a teenager who is [[spoiler:physically intersexed, and (possibly) bi-gender]]. A number of minor characters are also transgender, and several more are {{Transvestite}}s.



* [[GenderBender Gender-bending]] is even more common in ''{{FreeRIDErs}}'' which was created by the same person, in background material it was mentioned that many who tested out the Gender Bender Nanites in the earlier days of RIDE Development had signed up for it to cure their Gender Dysphoria. Paul Reverbek from the story "As A Woman I RIDE" is an Earth Boy who steals a RIDE to finally be free of her GID, it's written in first person perspective and she's played very sympathetically. On Earth where they don't have [=RIDEs=], people can be scanned for Gender Identity Disorder and if they have it they are given nanites to make their bodies match their minds. There are those on Earth who are peeved because it is illegal to change someone with nanites unless they have GID, one gender-curious man without GID actually goes to Zharus just to see what being a woman is like. Finally it is noted that people who use [=RIDEs=] of another sex that they are have their brains modified by the nanites as well as their bodies to ensure they don't develop Gender Dysphoria... though some [=RIDEs=] intentionally sabotage themselves or are sabotaged by others in order to give their humans Gender Dysphoria.
* Jade Sinclair (nee Jared Reilley) of the WhateleyUniverse. Toni too, before she got her wish through GenderBending (She was born Tony).

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* [[GenderBender Gender-bending]] is even more common in ''{{FreeRIDErs}}'' ''[=FreeRIDErs=]'' which was created by the same person, in background material it was mentioned that many who tested out the Gender Bender Nanites in the earlier days of RIDE Development had signed up for it to cure their Gender Dysphoria. Paul Reverbek from the story "As A Woman I RIDE" is an Earth Boy who steals a RIDE to finally be free of her GID, it's written in first person perspective and she's played very sympathetically. On Earth where they don't have [=RIDEs=], people can be scanned for Gender Identity Disorder and if they have it they are given nanites to make their bodies match their minds. There are those on Earth who are peeved because it is illegal to change someone with nanites unless they have GID, one gender-curious man without GID actually goes to Zharus just to see what being a woman is like. Finally it is noted that people who use [=RIDEs=] of another sex that they are have their brains modified by the nanites as well as their bodies to ensure they don't develop Gender Dysphoria... though some [=RIDEs=] intentionally sabotage themselves or are sabotaged by others in order to give their humans Gender Dysphoria.
* Jade Sinclair (nee Jared Reilley) of the WhateleyUniverse.''Literature/WhateleyUniverse''. Toni too, before she got her wish through GenderBending (She was born Tony).



23rd Feb '17 5:24:22 PM jamespolk
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* ''Film/ZusAndZo'': About halfway through the movie, Nino says "I don't like my body" and shortly thereafter comes out as transsexual. This complicates his upcoming MarriageOfConvenience to a woman, Bo (by the terms of his father's will he has to get married to inherit a $1.9 million hotel).
21st Feb '17 1:55:29 PM Kakai
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* Cam of ''Literature/TheWitchlands'' is biologically female, but prefers to be treated as male and can, understandably, get rather agitated when people don't take this seriously. Whether Cam is actually transgender is never really spelled out loud, but the implication is clear. Considering Merik's reaction (he finds it rather odd but decides to roll with it), this doesn't seem very common in the Witchlands.
14th Feb '17 11:28:49 AM Morgenthaler
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* One episode of ''DarkAngel'' has Jam Pony's resident square Normal get into a relationship with a transsexual woman. When he finds out, he's still quite willing to go out with her, but she dumps him and expresses interest in resident lesbian Original Cindy, who is repulsed.

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* One episode of ''DarkAngel'' ''Series/DarkAngel'' has Jam Pony's resident square Normal get into a relationship with a transsexual woman. When he finds out, he's still quite willing to go out with her, but she dumps him and expresses interest in resident lesbian Original Cindy, who is repulsed.
17th Jan '17 12:10:26 PM aurakoko
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* Shuuichi Nitori (trans girl) and Yoshino Takatsuki (trans boy) from ''Manga/WanderingSon''. Also their adult friend Yuki Yoshida (trans woman), who is implied to have had a full physical transition, as well as Nitori's classmate Makoto Ariga (trans girl) and Taiichirou Ebina (trans woman). In Takatsuki's case in particular, at least one character suggested [[spoiler:that it wasn't so much that Takatsuki wanted to be male so much as she disliked being female. Their gender identity is left very ambiguous in the end.]]

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* Shuuichi Nitori (trans girl) and Yoshino Takatsuki (trans boy) from ''Manga/WanderingSon''. Also their adult friend Yuki Yoshida (trans woman), who is implied to have had a full physical transition, as well as Nitori's classmate Makoto Ariga (trans girl) and Taiichirou Ebina (trans woman). In Takatsuki's case in particular, at least one character suggested [[spoiler:that it wasn't so much that Takatsuki wanted to be male so much as she they disliked being female. Their gender identity is left very ambiguous in the end.]]
17th Jan '17 12:09:05 PM aurakoko
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* In the manga adaption of ''Anime/WelcomeToTheNHK'', one chapter has Yamazaki befriending a pre-op transsexual, and even getting a job to pay for her operation. Unfortunately, this charity offends her, and she ends the friendship.

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* In the manga adaption of ''Anime/WelcomeToTheNHK'', one chapter has Yamazaki befriending a pre-op transsexual, transgender woman, and even getting a job to pay for her operation. Unfortunately, this charity offends her, and she ends the friendship.
11th Jan '17 5:44:35 PM TitoMosquito
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--->'''Snake:''' Did she just said she used to be a dude?


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** In "The Otto Show":
-->'''Patty:''' Hello, my name's Patty. I'll be testing you. When you do well, I use the green pen. When you do bad, I use the red pen. Any questions?\\
'''Otto:''' Yeah, one: Have you always been a chick? I mean, I don't want to offend you, but, you were born a man, weren't you? You can tell me, I'm open minded.\\
'''Patty:''' ''(drops the green one)'' I won't be needing this.
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