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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/JohnnyBravo'', Johnny is at the beach when he approaches what appears to a woman in a bikini, but as soon as the person turns around, it turns out to be a slender man with long hair in a speedo.

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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/JohnnyBravo'', Johnny is at the beach when he approaches what appears to be a woman in a bikini, but as soon as the person turns around, it turns out to be a slender man with long hair in a speedo.


--->'''Ranka''': He was really pretty, like a [[EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses princess]].

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* In ''Manga/DemonSlayerKimetsuNoYaiba,'' Inosuke Hashibira is a [[HairTriggerTemper psychotic]], muscular WalkingShirtlessScene who almost always wears a [[AnimalMotif boar]] mask. ''Underneath'' it, however, he has a face that shocks people with how {{Bishonen}} it looks. At one point this makes [[DisguisedInDrag disguising himself as a female prostitute]] incredibly easy.


* Some Franchise/{{Pokemon}} like Gardevoir have very femenine appearence and comes in both genders, but they have no gender differences.

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* Some Many Franchise/{{Pokemon}} of a single species look identical whether they're male or female, which leads to this trope with species like Gardevoir that have a very femenine appearence and comes in both genders, but they have no gender differences.feminine appearance.


* Some Franchise/{{Pokemon}} like Gardevoir have very femenine appearence adn comes in both genders, but they have no gender differences.

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* Some Franchise/{{Pokemon}} like Gardevoir have very femenine appearence adn and comes in both genders, but they have no gender differences.

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* A peculiar example in ''Webcomic/TheShufflers''. Thanks to Märchenís somewhat long hair and his portly figure, the hospital mistakes him for a pregnant woman and attempts to transfer him to the maternity ward.

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* ''Manga/AgravityBoys'' has Chris, who is the most feminine of his friends and has sometimes been mistaken for a girl.


* Quintus Curtius Rufus' depiction of Alexander the Great in his book''Literature/Nemesis''is this, and it was intended as a [[GenderedInsult]]: although not to Alexander per se (who was 300 years dead) but to Emperor Augustus (the whole book is pretty much a thinly veiled [[TakeThat]] to Augustus). However, [[SocietyMarchesOn]] and the modern-day writers who are sympathetic to Alexander are more likely to characterize him this way (because [[FemaleAngelMaleDemon feminine people are supposedly nicer]]). Of course, it is highly likely that there was some perfectly innocent gender-confusion when the Macedonians arrived in Persia however, because the two cultures had very different ideas of what constituted feminine and masculine style. Many of the younger Macedonians shaved, which would have looked effeminate to the Persians (although they would hardly have been mistaken for women): while the Persians wore long robes and makeup which would have looked effeminate to the Macedonians. Although Curtius uses this as an insult: the Persians themselves likely wouldn't have viewed the perceived effeminacy of the Macedonians as anything other than amusing since they weren't nearly as obsessed with manliness as the Romans. Macedonian/Greek racism against Persians however was definitely laced with misogyny: but fortunately was never really widespread.

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* Quintus Curtius Rufus' depiction of Alexander the Great UsefulNotes/AlexanderTheGreat in his book''Literature/Nemesis''is book ''Literature/{{Nemesis}}'' is this, and it was intended as a [[GenderedInsult]]: GenderedInsult: although not to Alexander per se ''per se'' (who was 300 years dead) but to Emperor Augustus (the whole book is pretty much a thinly veiled [[TakeThat]] TakeThat to Augustus). However, [[SocietyMarchesOn]] SocietyMarchesOn, and the modern-day writers who are sympathetic to Alexander are more likely to characterize him this way (because [[FemaleAngelMaleDemon feminine people are supposedly nicer]]). Of course, it is highly likely that there was some perfectly innocent gender-confusion when the Macedonians arrived in Persia however, because the two cultures had very different ideas of what constituted feminine and masculine style. Many of the younger Macedonians shaved, which would have looked effeminate to the Persians (although they would hardly have been mistaken for women): women) while the Persians wore long robes and makeup which would have looked effeminate to the Macedonians. Although Curtius uses this as an insult: insult, the Persians themselves likely wouldn't have viewed the perceived effeminacy of the Macedonians as anything other than amusing since they weren't nearly as obsessed with manliness as the Romans. Macedonian/Greek racism against Persians however was definitely laced with misogyny: misogyny, but fortunately was never really widespread.



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* ''Disney/{{Bambi}}'' as a fawn has a somewhat feminine looking appearance, due in part to his big rounded head and eyes and eyelashes. His demure personality and [[GenderBlenderName girly sounding name]] has also caused a [[ViewerGenderConfusion fair amount of confusion over his gender]] with audiences. Not helping matters is that his ladyfriend Faline (at least as a fawn) has nearly the same body and facial build as him (key difference being her fur color, rounder head and curly ears). It should be noted however that this is TruthInTelevision for fawns, as even wildlife experts have great difficulty in distinguishing the gender of a fawn at a glance. This is later averted when he grows up as, while still cute looking, he then unmistakably looks like a buck. In the [[Disney/BambiII midquel]], [[TheRival Ronno]] notes the oddity of his name and later disparagingly refers to him as "Princess" [[KickTheDog to take him down a notch.]]

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* ''Disney/{{Bambi}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Bambi}}'' as a fawn has a somewhat feminine looking appearance, due in part to his big rounded head and eyes and eyelashes. His demure personality and [[GenderBlenderName girly sounding name]] has also caused a [[ViewerGenderConfusion fair amount of confusion over his gender]] with audiences. Not helping matters is that his ladyfriend Faline (at least as a fawn) has nearly the same body and facial build as him (key difference being her fur color, rounder head and curly ears). It should be noted however that this is TruthInTelevision for fawns, as even wildlife experts have great difficulty in distinguishing the gender of a fawn at a glance. This is later averted when he grows up as, while still cute looking, he then unmistakably looks like a buck. In the [[Disney/BambiII [[WesternAnimation/BambiII midquel]], [[TheRival Ronno]] notes the oddity of his name and later disparagingly refers to him as "Princess" [[KickTheDog to take him down a notch.]]

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* In ''Webcomic/{{Rascals}}'', thanks to the power of Issyvision, Skye temporarily does look like a lady. See it [[https://rascals.kemono.cafe/comic/rascals-pg-295/ here]].


* Homi Nandie from Elemental Hunters was mistaken for female by some fans.
* Shingo in the King of Brutes storyline in ''Manga/ViolenceJack''. And, because this is Violence Jack, he is molested because of this. MANY. TIMES.

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* Homi Nandie from Elemental Hunters was mistaken for female by some fans.
* Shingo in the King of Brutes storyline in ''Manga/ViolenceJack''. And, because this is Violence Jack, ''Violence Jack'', he is molested because of this. MANY. TIMES.



** Due to being {{Transgender}}, Nitori's appearance counts as this. Her girly looks make it easy for her to dress up in a sailor uniform and pass for a girl [[VocalDissonance as long as she doesn't speak.]]

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** Due to being {{Transgender}}, a {{transgender}} girl, Nitori's appearance counts as this. Her girly looks make it easy for her to dress up in a sailor uniform and pass for a girl [[VocalDissonance as long as she doesn't speak.]]



* Luka (sometimes called Lukako) from ''VisualNovel/SteinsGate'' is incredibly effeminate and [[WholesomeCrossdresser frequently cross-dresses to complete the illusion]]. {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d by Rintaro when Luka is introduced; he makes a series of flattering descriptive statements, followed by "but he's a guy". [[note]]A large portion of the fans consider Luka a transgender girl, but that's another debate. The story leaves the matter ambiguous at least.[[/note]] [[spoiler:During the middle of the series, time shenanigans result in Luka being born a girl, and she looks almost exactly the same.]]

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* Luka (sometimes called Lukako) from ''VisualNovel/SteinsGate'' is incredibly effeminate and [[WholesomeCrossdresser frequently cross-dresses to complete the illusion]]. {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d by Rintaro when Luka is introduced; he makes a series of flattering descriptive statements, followed by "but he's a guy". [[note]]A large portion of the fans consider Luka a transgender girl, but that's another debate. The story leaves the matter ambiguous {{ambiguous|GenderIdentity}} at least.[[/note]] [[spoiler:During During the middle of the series, time [[spoiler:time shenanigans result in Luka being born a girl, and she looks almost exactly the same.]]

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* It's mentioned in ''[[Fanfic/PathOfNeedles Unplanned]]'' that Inojin sometimes worries that he looks too feminine. His mother Ino lies and tells him otherwise.


* {{Bishonen}} (male characters who are feminine or androgynous-looking--some of those dudes do look like ladies, but what separates it from this trope is that it's normally not commented on by other characters)

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* {{Bishonen}} or PrettyBoy (male characters who are feminine or androgynous-looking--some of those dudes do look like ladies, but what separates it from this trope is that it's normally not commented on by other characters)


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* ''Webcomic/{{Beloved}}'': Lin was this way when he was a child. Ding Yi sees a picture of him and mistakes him for a girl. Wei also thought he was a girl at first glance. He was slim and pretty until high school.

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* ''VisualNovel/LuckyDog1'' has a scene where Gian and his male comrades catch sight of a beautiful woman heading out to take a hot springs bath and they eagerly compete with one another to get the best view of the woman bathing, until they [[UnsettlingGenderReveal discover to their dismay]] that she's actually a LongHairedPrettyBoy.


* ''LightNovel/BakaAndTestSummonTheBeasts'': Hideyoshi looks like [[http://images6.fanpop.com/image/photos/39300000/Hideyoshi-Kinoshita-baka-to-test-to-shoukanjuu-39379167-400-400.png this]]. No wonder people have a hard time believing that he's a guy, and it's even funnier when his looks gives him the role of MsFanservice, even more than the ''actual girls.'' Oh, and he is also lusted after by almost [[EvenTheGuysWantHim all the guys]] in the series.

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* ''LightNovel/BakaAndTestSummonTheBeasts'': Huey Laforet from ''LightNovel/{{Baccano}}''. One character (Tick's younger brother) had to guess at his gender based on his voice -- and, even then, he wasn't really sure. Firo also skirts the trope a bit. Nobody's ever mistaken him for a woman, but cops and FBI members have a habit of taking jabs at his appearance, like insinuating that he only got promoted to Capo because he was pretty enough to sleep his way up the ranks.
* Hideyoshi Kinoshita from ''LightNovel/BakaAndTestSummonTheBeasts''.
Hideyoshi looks like [[http://images6.fanpop.com/image/photos/39300000/Hideyoshi-Kinoshita-baka-to-test-to-shoukanjuu-39379167-400-400.png this]]. No wonder people have a hard time believing He has to keep reminding Akihisa (and everyone else) that he's actually a guy, and is at one point mistaken for his twin sister. This has gotten to the point that a) Hideyoshi being a third gender is a RunningGag, and b) Hideyoshi gets most of the {{Fanservice}} shots of the series... in what would be extremely potent ''female'' fanservice moments/poses, if not for Hideyoshi being, er, not female. StupidSexyFlanders ensues.
-->'''Hideyoshi:''' I don't want to be alone with girls in the women's bath!\\
'''Yuuji:''' Don't worry, Hideyoshi. See?\\
''[curtain pulls back to reveal bathing area labeled "Hideyoshi"]''\\
'''Akihisa:''' So
it's even funnier when his looks gives him the role of MsFanservice, even more than the ''actual girls.'' Oh, and he is also lusted after acknowledged by almost [[EvenTheGuysWantHim all the guys]] in the series.society.



* In ''LightNovel/ACertainMagicalIndex'', Last Order asked Accelerator if he was a boy or a girl because she couldn't tell.



* ''LightNovel/FateApocrypha'' has Astolfo, Paladin of Charlemagne, who has long, pink hair in a braid, a penchant for rather androgynous clothing, a high-pitched voice, and the personality of a spunky teenage girl. He is also a guy. In-story, the only one who seemed to not realize this was Jeanne d'Arc, who freaked out a bit upon running into Astolfo coming out of the shower. Astolfo himself occasionally likes to mess with people by playing up his gender ambiguity, and is noted to not care particularly much about gender differences.



* Kazumi in ''LightNovel/GargoyleOfTheYoshinagas''. That he looks like a girl is one of the things his little sister teases him about to no end. Still, he's generally a nice guy and even has a girl that has a crush on him.



* ''LightNovel/IfHerFlagBreaks'': Due to his very feminine appearance and attire (thigh-high socks and shorts), Megumu is mistaken for a girl by many characters when they first meet him. The fact that he wears the male uniform (or, at least, the male blazer) is the only way anyone could see that he was actually a boy.



* Yuuta of ''LightNovel/LoveChunibyoAndOtherDelusions'' looks quite feminine according to a few characters and, in the light novels, himself.
-->'''Isshiki:''' Hmm, it's disappointing! Why weren't you born as a girl?! Ah, but maybe you'll do if we put you in female clothing... how about it?



* Titus from ''Manga/MagiLabyrinthOfMagic'' is so girly-looking that Aladdin actually gropes his chest when they first meet in order to make sure Titus is a guy. Turns out there's a good reason for his feminine looks [[spoiler:since he's an OppositeSexClone of a female Magi]].

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Titus from ''Manga/MagiLabyrinthOfMagic'' is so girly-looking that Aladdin actually gropes his chest when they first meet in order to make sure Titus is a guy. Turns out there's a good reason for his feminine looks [[spoiler:since he's an OppositeSexClone of a female Magi]].



* Totsuka Saika from ''LightNovel/MyTeenRomanticComedySNAFU''. The adorable tennis club member is noted to be cuter and more feminine than most actual girls by the protagonist narrator.



* ''LightNovel/No6'':
** Nezumi. He makes a living performing in Shakespeare plays. In episode 5, he was playing a girl. In episode 1, Shion even states that he looks like a girl.
** Inukashi (Dogkeeper), if you go with the theory that (s)he's a guy. The manga, anime, and light novels support varying interpretations of his/her gender, and it's never stated outright. Either way, (s)he's got really long hair from never cutting it and a thin build from malnutrition.
** Shion. He's {{Bishonen}}, has a face similar to Safu's (who's a girl), and in chapter 6, a guy hits on him and tells him that he's "very pretty".
* Shun/Yun from ''LightNovel/OnlySenseOnline''. In real life, he looks so feminine that, when he was once forced into competing in a beauty contest, he was the winner. In the titular game, he's been assigned a female avatar, due to the system mistaking his actual gender.



-->'''Seiya:''' Is he even a man...?

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-->'''Seiya:''' --->'''Seiya:''' Is he even a man...?



* A lot of guys from ''LightNovel/SaiunkokuMonogatari'', but especially Sa Sakujun, with his long pink hair. In the manga, Ko Kijin wins a men-in-drag contest basically by showing up.



* Yoshiki Nakameguro from ''LightNovel/SeitokaiNoIchizon''. It's enough to instill some StupidSexyFlanders moments in Ken in episode 12.



* ''LightNovel/SwordArtOnline'', due to the random generation of the avatar, Kirito, who already looks [[{{Bishonen}} rather feminine]] ends up with this appearance while in GGO. As if he didn't have enough problems already (what with a guy running around doing ''real'' [=PKs=]), he now has to go around looking like Literature/SnowWhite!



* In ''WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged'' there's a RunningGag that Future Trunks vaguely looks like a girl.
** After their first meeting in Episode 34, Goku comments that Trunks is "a nice young lady".
** When meeting baby Trunks after the time skip in the next episode, he comments Trunks is a girl's name.
** In the adaptation of ''Broly: The Legendary Super Saiyan'', Paragus announces him as "Princess Trunks". When [[AbusiveParents Vegeta]] hears about this, he gleefully runs with it and decrees that everyone has to call Trunks that.
** During Episode 60, when dead Trunks is brought to the Lookout along with Android 18 (who wasn't dead), Dende asks why ''two'' "dead chicks" were brought to the Lookout.



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* ''LightNovel/SwordArtOnline'', due to the random generation of the avatar, Kirito, who already looks [[{{Bishonen}} rather feminine]] ends up with this appearance while in GGO. As if he didn't have enough problems already (what with a guy running around doing ''real'' [=PKs=]), he now has to go around looking like Literature/SnowWhite!
* Hideyoshi Kinoshita from ''LightNovel/BakaAndTestSummonTheBeasts''. He has to keep reminding Akihisa (and everyone else) that he's actually a guy, and is at one point mistaken for his twin sister. This has gotten to the point that a) Hideyoshi being a third gender is a RunningGag, and b) Hideyoshi gets most of the {{Fanservice}} shots of the series...in what would be extremely potent ''female'' fanservice moments/poses, if not for Hideyoshi being, er, not female. StupidSexyFlanders ensues.
-->'''Hideyoshi:''' I don't want to be alone with girls in the women's bath!\\
'''Yuuji:''' Don't worry, Hideyoshi. See?\\
''[curtain pulls back to reveal bathing area labeled "Hideyoshi"]''\\
'''Akihisa:''' So it's acknowledged by society.
* Yuuta of ''LightNovel/LoveChunibyoAndOtherDelusions'' looks quite feminine according to a few characters and, in the light novels, himself.
-->'''Isshiki:''' Hmm, it's disappointing! Why weren't you born as a girl?! Ah, but maybe you'll do if we put you in female clothing...how about it?
* Kazumi in ''LightNovel/GargoyleOfTheYoshinagas''. That he looks like a girl is one of the things his little sister teases him about to no end. Still, he's generally a nice guy and even has a girl that has a crush on him.
* Huey Laforet from ''LightNovel/{{Baccano}}''. One character (Tick's younger brother) had to guess at his gender based on his voice -- and, even then, he wasn't really sure. Firo also skirts the trope a bit. Nobody's ever mistaken him for a woman, but cops and FBI members have a habit of taking jabs at his appearance, like insinuating that he only got promoted to Capo because he was pretty enough to sleep his way up the ranks.
* A lot of guys from ''LightNovel/SaiunkokuMonogatari'', but especially Sa Sakujun, with his long pink hair.
** In the manga, Ko Kijin wins a men-in-drag contest basically by showing up.
* Yoshiki Nakameguro from ''LightNovel/SeitokaiNoIchizon''. It's enough to instill some StupidSexyFlanders moments in Ken in episode 12.
* In ''LightNovel/ACertainMagicalIndex'', Last Order asked Accelerator if he was a boy or a girl because she couldn't tell.
* ''LightNovel/IfHerFlagBreaks'': Due to his very feminine appearance and attire (thigh-high socks and shorts), Megumu is mistaken for a girl by many characters when they first meet him. The fact that he wears the male uniform (or, at least, the male blazer) is the only way anyone could see that he was actually a boy.
* ''LightNovel/No6'':
** Nezumi. He makes a living performing in Shakespeare plays. In episode 5, he was playing a girl. In episode 1, Shion even states that he looks like a girl.
** Inukashi (Dogkeeper), if you go with the theory that (s)he's a guy. The manga, anime, and light novels support varying interpretations of his/her gender, and it's never stated outright. Either way, (s)he's got really long hair from never cutting it and a thin build from malnutrition.
** Shion. He's {{Bishonen}}, has a face similar to Safu's (who's a girl), and in chapter 6, a guy hits on him and tells him that he's "very pretty".
* Totsuka Saika from ''LightNovel/MyTeenRomanticComedySNAFU''. The adorable tennis club member is noted to be cuter and more feminine than most actual girls by the protagonist narrator.
* Shun/Yun from ''LightNovel/OnlySenseOnline''. In real life, he looks so feminine that, when he was once forced into competing in a beauty contest, he was the winner. In the titular game, he's been assigned a female avatar, due to the system mistaking his actual gender.
* ''LightNovel/FateApocrypha'' has Astolfo, Paladin of Charlemagne, who has long, pink hair in a braid, a penchant for rather androgynous clothing, a high-pitched voice, and the personality of a spunky teenage girl. He is also a guy. In-story, the only one who seemed to not realize this was Jeanne d'Arc, who freaked out a bit upon running into Astolfo coming out of the shower. Astolfo himself occasionally likes to mess with people by playing up his gender ambiguity, and is noted to not care particularly much about gender differences.
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* "He looks more like a woman than a man" was one of the reasons Wrestling/KurtAngle gave for disliking Wrestling/JeffHardy, while Hardy was the centerpiece of Immortal and made a silver Aztec sun belt styled after his face.[[/folder]]
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* In ''Theatre/{{Jerusalem}}'', Ginger is mistaken for a woman by the Professor, though this is only because the former has long hair and the latter is a senile and possibly crazy old man. Nobody else has any doubts about Ginger's sex, which makes sense given that Mackensie Crook doesn't look much like a woman at all.

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* "He looks more like a woman than a man" was one of the reasons Wrestling/KurtAngle gave for disliking Wrestling/JeffHardy, while Hardy was the centerpiece of Immortal and made a silver Aztec sun belt styled after his face.[[/folder]]
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* In ''Theatre/{{Jerusalem}}'', Ginger is mistaken for a woman by the Professor, though this is only because the former has long hair and the latter is a senile and possibly crazy old man. Nobody else has any doubts about Ginger's sex, which makes sense given that Mackensie Crook doesn't look much like a woman at all.



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* Izael from the ''Roleplay/TheGamersAlliance'' is often confused for a girl because of his looks.
* ''Roleplay/EquestriaChronicles'' has Shiloh, who looks like a filly and has been mistaken for one on multiple occasions.
* ''Roleplay/EquestrianLegends'': Beret Swirl invokes this trope to get free drinks.
* In the Roleplay wiki, one of the character profiles done is of an Androgynous ninja.
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* In ''Theatre/{{Jerusalem}}'', Ginger is mistaken for a woman by the Professor, though this is only because the former has long hair and the latter is a senile and possibly crazy old man. Nobody else has any doubts about Ginger's sex, which makes sense given that Mackensie Crook doesn't look much like a woman at all.
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* In the ''VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy'' {{machinima}} "Real Men", there's a segment where Squall states, "Only a real man hangs out with the ladies." Cloud responds with, "You know that's a guy, right?" but Squall firmly states that it's a chick, until he finally decides to ask the man/lady in question, who is Bartz. Bartz replies, "Oh yes, I am male--I mean, FE-male." Squall's response?
-->'''Squall:''' ...Oh, you're dead... ''[gunclick]''
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* In ''WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged'' there's a RunningGag that Future Trunks vaguely looks like a girl.
** After their first meeting in Episode 34, Goku comments that Trunks is "a nice young lady".
** When meeting baby Trunks after the time skip in the next episode, he comments Trunks is a girl's name.
** In the adaptation of ''Broly: The Legendary Super Saiyan'', Paragus announces him as "Princess Trunks". When [[AbusiveParents Vegeta]] hears about this, he gleefully runs with it and decrees that everyone has to call Trunks that.
** During Episode 60, when dead Trunks is brought to the Lookout along with Android 18 (who wasn't dead), Dende asks why ''two'' "dead chicks" were brought to the Lookout.
* Izael from the ''Roleplay/TheGamersAlliance'' is often confused for a girl because of his looks.
* Axel from ''WebVideo/DemyxTime'' enjoys mocking Marluxia for this. Inverted when Demyx firmly believes that Larxene is a man.
* In the ''VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy'' {{machinima}} "Real Men", there's a segment where Squall states, "Only a real man hangs out with the ladies." Cloud responds with, "You know that's a guy, right?" but Squall firmly states that it's a chick, until he finally decides to ask the man/lady in question, who is Bartz. Bartz replies, "Oh yes, I am male--I mean, FE-male." Squall's response?
-->'''Squall:''' ...Oh, you're dead... ''[gunclick]''



* ''Roleplay/EquestriaChronicles'' has Shiloh, who looks like a filly and has been mistaken for one on multiple occasions.
* ''Roleplay/EquestrianLegends'': Beret Swirl invokes this trope to get free drinks.
* In the Roleplay wiki, one of the character profiles done is of an Androgynous ninja.
* And while we're still talking about ponies, Website/FourChan's original character "Golden Brisk", who is CONSTANTLY mistaken for a female to his own chagrin, to the point that his day job is to model women's clothing. He spends most of his free time trying to make himself look "manlier" and failing hilariously. His love interest is his own DistaffCounterpart [[LadyLooksLikeADude Silver Breeze]].

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* ''Roleplay/EquestriaChronicles'' has Shiloh, who looks like a filly and has been mistaken for one on multiple occasions.
* ''Roleplay/EquestrianLegends'': Beret Swirl invokes this trope to get free drinks.
* In the Roleplay wiki, one of the character profiles done is of an Androgynous ninja.
* And while we're still talking about ponies,
Website/FourChan's original character "Golden Brisk", who is CONSTANTLY mistaken for a female to his own chagrin, to the point that his day job is to model women's clothing. He spends most of his free time trying to make himself look "manlier" and failing hilariously. His love interest is his own DistaffCounterpart [[LadyLooksLikeADude Silver Breeze]].


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* Axel from ''WebVideo/DemyxTime'' enjoys mocking Marluxia for this. Inverted when Demyx firmly believes that Larxene is a man.
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