YMMV: Princess Princess
- Ensemble Darkhorse: Arisada somehow, according to the author's comments in the manga.
- FamilyUnfriendlyAesop In episode 3,"Hanging on to your pride will only way you down. So to make life easier, sometimes it's just best to go along with what other people want."
- Ho Yay: Between Tooru and Yuujirou. It's also insinuated that Akira is Tooru's "type". Also, in the live-action drama, Mikoto and Otoya are hinted to have feelings for one another after being Locked in a Room. Helped along greatly by the fact that the mangaka moonlights as a yaoi dojin artist.
- The sequel, Plus, basically runs on Ho Yay. Seriously, the whole thing is about the relationship between the two new princesses.
- Let's not forget the "kiss". To convince Tooru's cousin that he's not into girls, he kisses Tooru right in front of her and threatens to do it again if she still doesn't believe him. He even suggested that they do something else when she comes back.
- Basically, the entire concept is Yaoi fuel. An all boys school has a program available for three selected individuals to dress up as girls and cater to the students' desires. Even before Tooru became a Princess, students were blushing and smiling at him. Talk about an awkward first day.
- And the anime ending. Oh god, the anime ending. Basically a slide show of Tooru and Yuujirou doing... Funny stuff.
- Seriously? No mention of Mitaka more or less proposing to Akira after the elections?
Mitaka: I have something to say to you as well...Akira: Oh? What's that?Mitaka: I want to be with you, now and forever.(then later, after being told off by Tooru and Yuujirou)Mitaka: I'm sorry, Sakamoto, I phrased that poorly.Akira: Oh? You did? Okay...Mitaka: I meant to say, will you have' me with you now and forever?Yuujirou and Tooru: THAT'S THE SAME THING!!
- Periphery Demographic: According to Tsuda in an author's note, she was surprised how many letters she got from girls telling her how much the men in their lives loved the series.