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* {{Transgender}}: Megumi begins the manga by medically and socially transitioning from male to female, though if she can be accurately described as "transgender" is debatable, as there was no conflict between her self-identified gender and the one she was assigned at birth. Instead, she discovered as a teenager that she could only fully physically develop into a biological female, and decided that was enough reason to change both sex and gender to female.


* GenderBender: Although Kei/Megumi is intersex and medically transitions from male to female in a mundane fashion, their experiences is far from typical for real life intersex or transgender people. Thematically, story has more in common with fantastic gender-bending fiction, but with a mundane justification. Kei/Megumi's transition occurs for reasons totally unrelated to their gender identity, and with a great amount of reluctance, leaving her adjusting living with a sex and gender she'd never previously identified with.

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* GenderBender: Although Kei/Megumi is intersex and medically transitions from male to female in a mundane fashion, their experiences is far from typical for real life intersex or transgender people. Thematically, the story has more in common with fantastic gender-bending fiction, but with a mundane justification. Kei/Megumi's transition occurs for reasons totally unrelated to their gender identity, and with a great amount of reluctance, leaving her adjusting living to live with a sex and gender she'd never previously identified with.


%%* TomboyishName
* {{Transgender}} - though Makoto asserts that Megumi isn't undergoing an actual "sex change" since she always has been genetically female.

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%%* TomboyishName
* {{Transgender}} - {{Transgender}}: Megumi begins the manga by medically and socially transitioning from male to female, though Makoto asserts if she can be accurately described as "transgender" is debatable, as there was no conflict between her self-identified gender and the one she was assigned at birth. Instead, she discovered as a teenager that Megumi isn't undergoing an actual "sex change" since she always has been genetically could only fully physically develop into a biological female, and decided that was enough reason to change both sex and gender to female.



* UnsettlingGenderReveal - Averted. Megumi actually wanted to "drop a Bridget" on a persistent admirer, but he just wouldn't listen.

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* UnsettlingGenderReveal - Averted. Megumi actually wanted to "drop a Bridget" ward off on a persistent admirer, admirer by revealing she was previously male, but he just wouldn't listen.



%%* WrongGeneticSex


* EasySexChange - Zig-zagged: Megumi's gender reassignment is said to have taken months, even though an intersexed body like Megumi's probably required fewer 'adjustments' then most. However, everyone agreed to it far too easily, and for fairly dubious reasons.

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* EasySexChange - Zig-zagged: EasySexChange: Zig-zagged; Megumi's gender reassignment is said to have taken portrayed fairly realistically in a medical sense, taking months, even though an intersexed body like Megumi's probably required fewer 'adjustments' then most. However, everyone their ''decision'' to transition is made so rashly and for such dubious reasons (Kei/Megumi had identified as male all their life beforehand, while their parents ignore their child's about-face when told they didn't have to), one questions how an ethical doctor would have ever agreed to it far too easily, and for fairly dubious reasons.it.



* GenderBender - Kei/Megumi

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* GenderBender - Kei/MegumiGenderBender: Although Kei/Megumi is intersex and medically transitions from male to female in a mundane fashion, their experiences is far from typical for real life intersex or transgender people. Thematically, story has more in common with fantastic gender-bending fiction, but with a mundane justification. Kei/Megumi's transition occurs for reasons totally unrelated to their gender identity, and with a great amount of reluctance, leaving her adjusting living with a sex and gender she'd never previously identified with.



%%* JumpingTheGenderBarrier - played for laughs. The boys think it's a lock, but Megumi is thoroughly squicked.


%%* HoYay - Kei and pretty much everybody.

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%%* HoYay - Kei and pretty much everybody.* IntersexTribulations: Megumi is intersex, but was raised as a boy named "Kei". Upon learning about Megumi's chromosomes, it's decided that she should transition into living as a girl. Megumi originally hates the idea but comes to accept it.


* HeroOfAnotherStory - Megumi's boyfriend Mikoto is one of the protagonists of Tsuda's ''PrincessPrincess''

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* HeroOfAnotherStory - Megumi's boyfriend Mikoto is one of the protagonists of Tsuda's ''PrincessPrincess''''Manga/PrincessPrincess''


* {{Transsexual}} - though Makoto asserts that Megumi isn't undergoing an actual "sex change" since she always has been genetically female.

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* {{Transsexual}} {{Transgender}} - though Makoto asserts that Megumi isn't undergoing an actual "sex change" since she always has been genetically female.


* TheBeard - Mikoto. At least that's how his sister presents him to Megumi; Mikoto himself has other ideas. Megumi soon gets other ideas as well.
* BleachedUnderpants - Tsuda moonlights drawing Yaoi. It shows

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* %%* TheBeard - Mikoto. At least that's how his sister presents him to Megumi; Mikoto himself has other ideas. Megumi soon gets other ideas as well.
* %%* BleachedUnderpants - Tsuda moonlights drawing Yaoi. It shows



* HasTwoMommies - Junior, in the under-the-dustjacket {{omake}}

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* %%* HasTwoMommies - Junior, in the under-the-dustjacket {{omake}}



* HighSchool - Japanese version
* HoYay - Kei and pretty much everybody.

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* %%* HighSchool - Japanese version
* %%* HoYay - Kei and pretty much everybody.



* JumpingTheGenderBarrier - played for laughs. The boys think it's a lock, but Megumi is thoroughly squicked.
* ManIFeelLikeAWoman - never even mentioned, believe it or not.

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* %%* JumpingTheGenderBarrier - played for laughs. The boys think it's a lock, but Megumi is thoroughly squicked.
* ManIFeelLikeAWoman - never even mentioned, believe it or not.
squicked.



* TomboyishName

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* %%* TomboyishName



* TrueCompanions - the "Tail Wags the Dog Quartet (minius one)"

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* TrueCompanions - the "Tail Wags the Dog Quartet (minius (minus one)"



* [[WellDoneSonGuy "Well Done, Daughter!" Guy]] - Megumi opts for gender reassignment largely in the hope that she can finally have the sort of healthy relationship with her father that eluded her as a boy.
* WrongGeneticSex

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* [[WellDoneSonGuy "Well Done, Daughter!" Guy]] WellDoneSonGuy - Megumi opts for gender reassignment largely in the hope that she can finally have the sort of healthy relationship with her father that eluded her as a boy.
* %%* WrongGeneticSex


* {{Tomboy}} - Megumi, for obvious reasons. Moreso in the epilogue, where she seems to have adopted "Tomboy" as her style.

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* {{Tomboy}} - Megumi, for obvious reasons. Moreso More so in the epilogue, where she seems to have adopted "Tomboy" as her style.


* HeroOfAnotherStory - Megumi's boyfriend Mikoto is the protagonist of Tsuda's ''PrincessPrincess''

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* HeroOfAnotherStory - Megumi's boyfriend Mikoto is one of the protagonist protagonists of Tsuda's ''PrincessPrincess''


* TheChick: Avoiding this is one reason Megumi does not want to hang out with her old friends. Ironic as she always was The Chick of "The Tail Wags the Dog Quartet", even as Kei



* SittingOnTheRoof
* SkinshipGrope - Megumi complains that she doesn't have breasts; Makoto proves otherwise.

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* SittingOnTheRoof
SittingOnTheRoof: Nakagawa's entire conflict with Megumi's former TrueCompanions is over who -- and more importantly, who does not -- get to hang out on the school roof. They're willing to share but he isn't, because sole possession of the roof would cement his BigManOnCampus status.
* SkinshipGrope - SkinshipGrope: Megumi complains that she doesn't have breasts; Makoto proves otherwise.


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* SeriousBusiness: Nakagawa seems to believe that possession of the roof justifies kidnapping and physical assault.

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The !!''The Day Of Revolution of Revolution'' contains examples of:


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* CharacterOverlap - with ''PrincessPrincess''

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* CharacterOverlap - with ''PrincessPrincess''''Manga/PrincessPrincess''

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