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* ArtisticLicenseBiology: The constitution of characters inexplicably becomes more feminine when they are dressed like girls, which is especially noticeable when it comes to the lower half (i.e. Ryou's legs when going as Yui).

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* ArtisticLicenseBiology: The constitution of characters inexplicably becomes more feminine when they are dressed like girls, which is especially noticeable when it comes to the lower half (i.e.(e.g. Ryou's legs when going as Yui).


** Chapter 37 features a small cameo of some of ''Comic Ryu's'' most popular characters for its 100th issue. A karaoke screen shows ''Manga/DailyLifeWithMonsterGirl''[='=]s Mia, Nurse Hitomi from ''Manga/NurseHitomisMonsterInfirmary'', ''Manga/ACentaursLife''[='=]s Himeno Kimihara, the title character of ''Kinoko Inu'', Kurona from ''Nekomusume Michikusa Nikki'', and Suzu from ''Tori Kissa!''.

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** Chapter 37 features a small cameo of some of ''Comic Ryu's'' most popular characters for its 100th issue. A karaoke screen shows ''Manga/DailyLifeWithMonsterGirl''[='=]s ''Manga/MonsterMusume''[='=]s Mia, Nurse Hitomi from ''Manga/NurseHitomisMonsterInfirmary'', ''Manga/ACentaursLife''[='=]s Himeno Kimihara, the title character of ''Kinoko Inu'', Kurona from ''Nekomusume Michikusa Nikki'', and Suzu from ''Tori Kissa!''.


** Chapter 37 features a small cameo of some of ''Comic Ryu's'' most popular characters for its 100th issue. A karaoke screen shows [[Manga/DailyLifeWithMonsterGirl Mia]], Nurse Hitomi from ''Nurse Hitomi's Monster Infimary'', [[Manga/ACentaursLife Himeno Kimihara]], Kinoko Inu from the manga of the same name, Kurona from ''Nekomusume Michikusa Nikki'', and Suzu from ''Tori Kissa!''.

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** Chapter 37 features a small cameo of some of ''Comic Ryu's'' most popular characters for its 100th issue. A karaoke screen shows [[Manga/DailyLifeWithMonsterGirl Mia]], ''Manga/DailyLifeWithMonsterGirl''[='=]s Mia, Nurse Hitomi from ''Nurse Hitomi's Monster Infimary'', [[Manga/ACentaursLife ''Manga/NurseHitomisMonsterInfirmary'', ''Manga/ACentaursLife''[='=]s Himeno Kimihara]], Kinoko Inu from Kimihara, the manga title character of the same name, ''Kinoko Inu'', Kurona from ''Nekomusume Michikusa Nikki'', and Suzu from ''Tori Kissa!''.

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* HardTruthAesop: "The real world is much more homophobic and intolerant than you think, whether you conform to gender roles or not". Parou's subplot also teaches the audience that love does not always connect you with decent people, even when they "accept" your peculiarities.


* BittersweetEnding: While it ends on an optimistic note, there still is some problems lurking about. [[spoiler: Marika [[EarnYourHappyEnding successfully undergoes the procedure for sex change and fully transitions]], graduating from school with the full support of her friends and classmates, and it is implied that Ryosuke starts dating Hacchi again in the epilogue. Parou, while making a name for himself as a small time stage actor, is still in a depressed-melancholic state and single. His epilogue doesn't fare much better, as his family situation isn't improving and he still relies on sex to feel better about himself.]]

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* BittersweetEnding: While it ends on an optimistic note, there are still is some problems lurking about. [[spoiler: Marika [[EarnYourHappyEnding successfully undergoes the procedure for sex change and fully transitions]], graduating from school with the full support of her friends and classmates, and it is implied that Ryosuke starts dating Hacchi again in the epilogue. Parou, while making a name for himself as a small time stage actor, is still in a depressed-melancholic state and single. His epilogue doesn't fare much better, as his family situation isn't improving and he still relies on sex to feel better about himself.]]


* BiTheWay: Tomochi. He says he's mainly attracted to girls but doesn't seem to dislike the idea that he could fall for a guy some day. [[spoiler:In chapter 10, he flirts with Marika while seeing her as a boy at the time but later begins to see her as a girl and still flirts with her]].


''Bokura no Hentai'' ("Our Perversion", "Our Abnormalities", or "Our Metamorphosis") is a {{seinen}} manga by Fumiko Fumi, based around three junior high school children who come across each other on a crossdressing community website and decide to meet up in real life. Marika Aoki (birth name, Yuuta) is transgender, Ryousuke "Yui" Kijima dresses up as his dead older sister, and Osamu "Parou" Tamura began crossdressing because the boy he liked wasn't into boys.

And no, it's not a {{Hentai}} (though it's NotSafeForWork either). It also has absolutely nothing to do with ''Manga/{{Bokurano}}''. Also not to be confused with the actual {{Hentai}}, ''Bokura no Sex.''

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''Bokura no Hentai'' ("Our Perversion", "Our Abnormalities", or "Our Metamorphosis") is a {{seinen}} manga by Fumiko Fumi, based around three junior high school children who come across each other on a crossdressing community website and decide to meet up in real life. Marika Aoki (birth name, Yuuta) is transgender, Ryousuke "Yui" Kijima dresses up as his dead older sister, and Osamu "Parou" Tamura began crossdressing because the boy he liked wasn't was not into boys.

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boys, and no, it's it is not a {{Hentai}} (though it's it is NotSafeForWork either). It also has absolutely nothing to do with ''Manga/{{Bokurano}}''. Also not to be confused with the actual {{Hentai}}, ''Bokura no Sex.''



* AllLoveIsUnrequited: The main love triangle: Parou likes Ryou, who likes Marika, who likes Parou. Also, Hacchi likes Ryou, Akane likes Parou, and Tomochi likes Marika. [[spoiler:Only one of these is reciprocated, and even then [[MaybeEverAfter they're not conclusively together in the end]].]]

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* AllLoveIsUnrequited: The main love triangle: Parou likes Ryou, who likes Marika, who likes Parou. Also, Hacchi likes Ryou, Akane likes Parou, and Tomochi likes Marika. [[spoiler:Only one of these is reciprocated, and even then [[MaybeEverAfter they're they are not conclusively together in the end]].]]



* ArtisticLicenseBiology: The constitution of characters inexplicably becomes more feminine when they're dressed like girls, which is especially noticeable when it comes to the lower half (i.e. Ryou's legs when going as Yui).

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* ArtisticLicenseBiology: The constitution of characters inexplicably becomes more feminine when they're they are dressed like girls, which is especially noticeable when it comes to the lower half (i.e. Ryou's legs when going as Yui).


** In chapter 3 to ''Manga/WanderingSon''. One of Ryou's friends has a crush on Marika and assumes she's a girl who crossdresses at school.

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** In chapter 3 to ''Manga/WanderingSon''. One of Ryou's friends has a crush on Marika and assumes she's a girl who crossdresses at school.school, similar to Chizuru from ''Wandering Son''.


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* {{Transgender}}: Marika is a middle school-aged trans girl.
* TransRelationshipTroubles: Marika is stuck in a BettyAndVeronica situation between the troubled Osamu and friendly Satoshi. Osamu was Marika's first crush and is mutually attracted to her, but he is gay and sees her as an effeminate boy. Satoshi becomes Marika's friend later in the manga and he is a bisexual boy who likes Marika either way. Marika [[spoiler:doesn't end up with either]] but there's a heavy [[spoiler:MaybeEverAfter involving Satoshi]].


** Chapter 37 features a small cameo of some of ''Comic Ryu's'' most popular characters for its 100th issue. A karaoke screen shows [[Manga/DailyLifeWithMonsterGirl Mia]], Nurse Hitomi from ''Nurse Hitomi's Monster Infimary'', [[Manga/ACentaursLife Himeno]], Kinoko Inu from the manga of the same name, Kurona from ''Nekomusume Michikusa Nikki'', and Suzu from ''Tori Kissa!''.

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** Chapter 37 features a small cameo of some of ''Comic Ryu's'' most popular characters for its 100th issue. A karaoke screen shows [[Manga/DailyLifeWithMonsterGirl Mia]], Nurse Hitomi from ''Nurse Hitomi's Monster Infimary'', [[Manga/ACentaursLife Himeno]], Himeno Kimihara]], Kinoko Inu from the manga of the same name, Kurona from ''Nekomusume Michikusa Nikki'', and Suzu from ''Tori Kissa!''.


** Volumes 7, 8, and 9's inner covers are drawn in different demographic styles. Marika's cover (7) is drawn like a traditional shoujo manga, Ryou's (8) is drawn like a fighting shounen manga, and Osamu's (9) is drawn like a BoysLove work.

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** Volumes 7, 8, and 9's inner covers are drawn in different demographic styles. Marika's cover (7) is drawn like a traditional shoujo manga, Ryou's (8) is drawn like a fighting shounen manga, manga (with Marika as his exaggerated heroine), and Osamu's (9) is drawn like a BoysLove work.

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* CosplayCafe: Parou's relationship with his upperclassman starts when he crossdresses for a SchoolFestival cafe. He does this again in high school, and somehow ropes Marika and Ryou into signing up for the crossdressing competition.


* ComingOfAgeStory: due to all of their troubled pasts, the protagonists are stuck in arrested development. Marika eventually comes to terms with her identity, Ryou learns to face his problems head on and stop living in the shadow of his sister, and Tamura is in the process of learning why he keeps relying on his promiscuity and cold shoulder to get through life, [[spoiler:although he doesn't outgrow these coping mechanisms even after the story ends]].

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* ComingOfAgeStory: due Due to all of their troubled pasts, the protagonists are stuck in arrested development. Marika eventually comes to terms with her identity, Ryou learns to face his problems head on and stop living in the shadow of his sister, and Tamura is in the process of learning why he keeps relying on his promiscuity and cold shoulder to get through life, [[spoiler:although he doesn't outgrow these coping mechanisms even after the story ends]].ends]].
* ComingOutStory: Marika's, as a transgender girl.

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* ComingOfAgeStory: due to all of their troubled pasts, the protagonists are stuck in arrested development. Marika eventually comes to terms with her identity, Ryou learns to face his problems head on and stop living in the shadow of his sister, and Tamura is in the process of learning why he keeps relying on his promiscuity and cold shoulder to get through life, [[spoiler:although he doesn't outgrow these coping mechanisms even after the story ends]].


The series originally ran in ''Monthly Comic Ryu'' for its entire serialization, and is complete at 10 volumes. Fumi later put out two short spinoffs: ''Bokura no Hentai another'', which was a comedic {{Yonkoma}} that shows an alternate take on the protagonists' first meeting, posted on Fumi's Pixiv account; and ''Boku Tabun Hentai[[note]]The name is taken from the parody cover on Volume 9[[/note]]'', an independent comic that explains what happens to Tamura after the end of the series.

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The series originally ran in ''Monthly Comic Ryu'' for its entire serialization, and is complete at 10 volumes. Fumi later put out two short spinoffs: ''Bokura no Hentai another'', which was a comedic {{Yonkoma}} that shows an alternate take on the protagonists' first meeting, posted on Fumi's Pixiv account; and ''Boku Tabun Hentai[[note]]The Hentai''[[note]]The name is taken from the parody cover on Volume 9[[/note]]'', 9[[/note]], an independent comic that explains what happens to Tamura after the end of the series.


The series originally ran in ''Monthly Comic Ryu'' for its entire serialization, and is complete at 10 volumes. Fumi later put out two short spinoffs: ''Bokura no Hentai another'', which was a comedic {{Yonkoma}} that shows an alternate take on the protagonists' first meeting, posted on Fumi's Pixiv account; and ''Boku Tabun Hentai'', an independent comic that explains what happens to Tamura after the end of the series.

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The series originally ran in ''Monthly Comic Ryu'' for its entire serialization, and is complete at 10 volumes. Fumi later put out two short spinoffs: ''Bokura no Hentai another'', which was a comedic {{Yonkoma}} that shows an alternate take on the protagonists' first meeting, posted on Fumi's Pixiv account; and ''Boku Tabun Hentai'', Hentai[[note]]The name is taken from the parody cover on Volume 9[[/note]]'', an independent comic that explains what happens to Tamura after the end of the series.

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