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Shouldn\'t Yoshino be a girl? As I understand it, while Shuichi decided to identify as a girl, Yoshino, ultimately chose not to identify as a boy. This would mean that the description should not label Yoshino as a boy. If, as I understand it, the identities are to be defined by their ultimate decision, this isn\'t about a girl and boy who were assigned as boy and girl, or a boy and girl with gender issues, it\'s about a girl who was assigned as a boy and another girl who had gender issues growing up.