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Anime Review: Wandering Son

For my final segment under the Girl’s perspective theme, I have decided to take a spin on it with the “boy’s perspective.” But I promise you, this is still very relevant to the theme I’ve been talking about for Women’s History Month. 2,073 more words

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Brief Reviews: Simoun, Wandering Son

Wandering Son (Hourou Musuko)

I’ll get this out of the way first: I do think Wandering Son is a good show. It’s well-crafted, both in its visuals and its writing, and everything fits together in a way that’s superior to most anime. 812 more words

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Acervo do Paruz #34 e #35 - Combo Gender Bender pt. 3

Acham que já foi confusão de sexos suficiente? Pois nós achamos que não! 742 more words

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[Folie à Bouquet I] Adaptation: the Aku no Hana Thief

A few weeks ago I finished Hourou Musuko (Wandering Son), the manga. The ending chapters follow Nitori, one of the main characters, through the last days of high school, as she writes a novel chronicling her experiences as a child, growing up, realizing that she wants to be a girl. 1,671 more words

Aku No Hana

The importance of Hourou Musuko

Is your heart always faithful there? […]
If you knew the true me,
would you still smile like that?
[…] You can stay the way you are.

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