- This WMG is well on its way to being confirmed due to the events of Episode 4. The scary thing is that Anna thinks everything is roses and rainbows the way they are. And she wants more.
- Trying to catch, implicate, or even frame Anna or her parents for a sex scandal would be a great climax to the series' story arc. It's an ethical dilemma: on one side, you have SOX, who believes that this quick and dirty solution is morally wrong, and not worth it in the long run; and on the other side you have more militant groups like Gathered Fabric, who would most definitely blackmail the hell out of Anna's family if they learned what a maniac the girl has become. However it plays out, it will likely strike a massive blow to the decency laws by showing just what sort of horrible people they create.
Such policies would eventually make people clueless on how to reproduce outside of instinct but as that as we all know we are the only species that are capable of being able to suppress our instincts to such a high degree even when it would put us unto danger so it would be easy to account for instinctual stuff which is the current problem with the current in-universe laws.
Basically since Japan is known for it's low birth rate to death rate these laws increase the sexual repression and thus depress the birth rate even more eventually there will be so little Japanese left that some outside power can come in and claim everything of Japanese origin and take over, Anna's family might be pawns to get the scheme rolling as this would take ages to take effect until enough of the target population is gone for such a scheme.
- What better way to celebrate?
- Not unless Ayame's feelings toward him changed radically. The anime gave them a moment of ship tease at the end of episode 11, but the series ends with them still being friends. Whereas in the manga, she's repeatedly put-off by the idea of anything happening between them, to the point of literally threatening to jump off the school's roof if he came near her (chapter 10).
- Both versions also has her eagerly join Saotome in shipping Tanukichi with Gouriki.
- Jossed. The light novel and the anime adaptation both conclude with Ayame and Tanukichi still being friends. They closest either version comes is a brief moment of ship tease where Ayame says she loves "the real him".
- Despite his insistence that he's male, evidence suggests he may actually be a hermaphrodite, such as his face, hair, and figure all being distinctly feminine in appearance.
- The ED credits of episode 9 shows him fully nude. If one pauses and looks closely, you'll see that his pectoral muscles look more like B-Cup breasts. Further implicated by the fact he's seen with his arms crossed over his chest (breasts?) just as a woman does when topless.
- There's also a discrepancy in the size of his "bulge". In episodes 9 and 12, it's noticeable due to its size and it's obviously functional given he can feel pleasure from it. Yet, during the aforementioned credits scene, it's hidden behind a portion of the bubble filter that should be too small to conceal it.