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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.
29th Dec '16 3:55:07 AM Rhapsody
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* ''Manga/GenkakuPicasso'' has [[spoiler:[[NiceGuy Yosuke Hishida]], who is explicitly described as suffering from [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gender_identity_disorder Gender identity disorder]]. She puts on a good show of acting like a normal boy, so this causes some problems when [[spoiler:she's caught in the girls' bathroom]]. She's almost [[spoiler:DrivenToSuicide]], but when Sugiura saves her and offers to listen to her troubles, Picasso (who has been inside the sketch of her heart) rallies the class to go to where she is and listen to her. [[spoiler:When they do, they apologize for how they treated her and rally to let her wear the girls' uniform.]]

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* ''Manga/GenkakuPicasso'' has [[spoiler:[[NiceGuy Yosuke Hishida]], who is explicitly described as suffering from [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gender_identity_disorder Gender identity disorder]]. She puts on a good show of acting like a normal boy, so this causes some problems when [[spoiler:she's caught in the girls' bathroom]]. She's almost [[spoiler:DrivenToSuicide]], [[spoiler:driven to suicide]], but when Sugiura saves her and offers to listen to her troubles, Picasso (who has been inside the sketch of her heart) rallies the class to go to where she is and listen to her. [[spoiler:When they do, they apologize for how they treated her and rally to let her wear the girls' uniform.]]



* Kyubei from ''Manga/{{Gintama}}'' is biologically female and was RaisedAsTheOppositeGender but does not consider themself to be either male or female.

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* Kyubei from ''Manga/{{Gintama}}'' has some characters who are transgender, mostly transwomen who belong to the okama club. Their portrayal is mostly unimpressive (the okama club members for example are very perverted and get frequently called monsters), but there are two standouts:
** The widowed okama club leader Saigo has her own story where she has trouble raising her bullied son as a transwoman parent and said son (who's otherwise supportive) feels the need to prove that he's a man. After she saves his life, he gets the courage to invite her and everyone else in the club to parents' day and writes about how "beautiful" their hearts are.
** Kyubei
is biologically female and was RaisedAsTheOppositeGender but does not consider themself to be either male or female.female. A whole arc is dedicated to this realization: the arc's antagonist questions Kyubei's feelings about their gender identity, and changes everyone's sexes as "punishment" for not abiding to gender roles. Despite having considered a sex change before, Kyubei finds little satisfaction in being male and eventually decides they are neither "manly nor womanly".



* The class of 3C in ''Manga/SketDance'' meet the new board director's troubled son and TheVoiceless Yuuki. Bossun eventually figures out he's going through Gender Identity Disorder and is biologically female while having "a heart of a boy". At that point, Yuuki had been bullied at school for this, and he stopped speaking as his voice would give his biological sex away. His father's concern is what lead to him trying to make Kaimei Academy separated by sex and become stricter, believing expressing individuality will only get him bullied. The class does not react negatively, with Bossun saying that expressing individuality is a good thing and everyone will accept him for who he is.

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* The class of 3C in ''Manga/SketDance'' meet the new board director's troubled son and TheVoiceless Yuuki. Bossun Yuuki, who is eventually figures out he's going through Gender Identity Disorder and is revealed to be biologically female while having "a heart of a boy". At that point, Yuuki had been bullied at school for this, and he stopped speaking as his voice would give his biological sex away. His father's concern is what lead to him trying to make Kaimei Academy stricter and separated by sex and become stricter, believing sex, as he believes expressing individuality will only get him bullied. The class does not react negatively, with Bossun saying that expressing individuality is a good thing and everyone will accept him for who he is.
21st Dec '16 2:13:42 PM Yomihime
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* Grell from ''Manga/BlackButler'' is a trans woman, [[WordOfGod as Toboso Yana eventually made clear]]. As the series is set in UsefulNotes/VictorianBritain, she's necessarily non-operative, which has led many in- and out-of-universe to think she's a flamboyantly gay man.
7th Dec '16 8:37:22 PM yayne
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* In [[http://www.thewretchedonescomic.coom The Wretched Ones]], Charlie is revealed to be a trans man, and Sparkes is described as being genderqueer,.
4th Dec '16 9:19:03 AM Pichu-kun
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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'': Most gems have an AmbiguousGenderIdentity, due to implications that they might identify as male or female, but use "she/her" pronouns. Fusion involving the half-human and male-identified Steven however also seem to be nonbinary and use neutral pronouns. Stevonnie, the fusion of Steven and his female friend Connie, is confirmed by WordOfGod to use "they/them" pronouns. Smoky Quartz, the fusion of Steven and the (presumably female) [[spoiler:Amethyst]] is similar.

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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'': Most gems have an AmbiguousGenderIdentity, due to implications that they might not identify as male or female, but use "she/her" pronouns. Fusion Fusions involving the half-human and male-identified Steven however also seem to be nonbinary and use neutral pronouns. Stevonnie, the fusion of Steven and his female friend Connie, is confirmed by WordOfGod to use "they/them" pronouns. Smoky Quartz, the fusion of Steven and the (presumably female) [[spoiler:Amethyst]] is similar.
2nd Dec '16 7:07:21 PM Rhapsody
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* The class of 3C in ''Manga/SketDance'' meet the new board director's troubled son and TheVoiceless Yuuki. Bossun eventually figures out he's going through Gender Identity Disorder and is biologically female while having "a heart of a boy". At that point, Yuuki had been bullied at school for this, and he stopped speaking as his voice would give his biological sex away. His father's concern is what lead to him trying to make Kaimei Academy separated by sex and become stricter, believing expressing individuality will only get him bullied. The class does not react negatively, with Bossun saying that expressing individuality is a good thing and everyone will accept him for who he is.
2nd Dec '16 4:47:55 AM Morgenthaler
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* Akari in ''SamuraiDeeperKyo'' was raised as a woman to make her shamanic powers stronger, and it stuck. The series mostly ignores the implications of transgenderism (except as gag fodder) and makes her the strongest of Kyo's followers and, therefore, a complete {{Badass}}.

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* Akari in ''SamuraiDeeperKyo'' ''Manga/SamuraiDeeperKyo'' was raised as a woman to make her shamanic powers stronger, and it stuck. The series mostly ignores the implications of transgenderism (except as gag fodder) and makes her the strongest of Kyo's followers and, therefore, a complete {{Badass}}.badass.
26th Nov '16 7:47:00 AM Pichu-kun
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* Alice Arisuin from [[ChivalryOfAFailedKnight]] is a non-operative trans woman. Her fellow mains quickly just accept that that's part of who she is.

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* Alice Arisuin from [[ChivalryOfAFailedKnight]] ''LightNovel/ChivalryOfAFailedKnight'' is a non-operative trans woman. Her fellow mains quickly just accept that that's part of who she is.
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