It’s a crazy ride in the anime world. There’s no shortage of androgyny here.
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Gender is not always specified in some episodes because it does not add to the character’s story.
I’ve compiled a list of some of the best androgynous characters from anime programs and films.
Characters whose gender cannot be determined, whose gender is frequently misunderstood in the show, or characters that simply do not identify with either gender are all examples of this type of character. Let’s take a look at them!
It’s an anime series called “Hunter x Hunter.”
For some reason, I’m intrigued by Kurapika. I’ve always assumed he was a male, but after doing some research, I found that there were a lot of individuals who weren’t sure.
Especially if they’ve only seen the original.
And I think I understand it. Since he’s youthful, his face features are soft and round, and his clothes don’t really give anything away.
In contrast, when he puts on the black suit, there are no doubts.
9. Grell Sutcliff
Black Butler: The Anime
An adventure in Grell’s sexuality.
I assumed they were female because they called themselves “ladies” throughout the play.
When I went to the wikis online, I discovered that they are gender-neutral.
After all, in the manga’s third volume, there are references to the character being described as a “guy.”
But, and this is the final surprise I swear, they want to undergo a sex change that might make them transsexual.
I decided to use “them” because, well, I got a little lost in the timeline.
I can attest to Grell’s impeccable sense of style when it comes to selecting butlers.
Anime: The Journey of Kino.
We know Kino’s gender, just like a couple of the other characters on this page.
She, on the other hand, had the entire world duped.
She initially identifies herself as a male in order to make traveling a little bit more convenient for her. Thus, her credibility was raised.
However, a few episodes into the series, her traveling companion discovers the truth.
Even her given name, Kino, is a fictitious one. A simple thank you to the man who rescued her when she was a child.
She’s totally slaying that look, man.
Dororo is a Japanese animated series.
This is a little unfair because she’s a child and it’s far more difficult to keep secrets from her.
She did, however, play the role of a guy in her disguise. She was unapologetic, boisterous, over the top, and took a lot of beatings, to the point where she almost resembled a conventional young male character.
We find out she’s a female considerably later on in the show.
There’s no doubt about that, biologically speaking.
I should have used male pronouns for Dororo because he was raised as a boy and still sees himself as one.
6. Ryo Asuka
It’s Devilman Crybaby time!
Okay, there are some significant spoilers in this one, so beware!
If you haven’t seen the show, get out of here now.
At the outset, it is clear that Ryo is male. And I didn’t think the show would ever bring it into question.
However, their true nature is revealed only in the final episodes.
Considering Ryo’s gender, it’s no surprise he’s Satan. If you go by chest size ratio, you could even say it’s male.
No, I didn’t see it coming at all. No.
Is it really androgynous if I describe myself as both male and female? Somewhat
Darwin’s Game, an anime
In some ways, this is more contentious than my selection for the list.
Sui, then, is a woman in every way.
Although she and her twin brother Souta appear to swap places from time to time, it is actually Souta’s body that she shares.
When it comes to the definition of personal gender rather than biological, things are a little hazy here. Because you don’t know who you’re talking to at all times.
4. Kenji Hikiishi
BOKU NO HERO ACADEMICIA is a Japanese anime series.
Magne is an intriguing character.
Furthermore, she’s the only trans woman to appear on a show as well-known and well-liked as Boku no Hero Academia, at least to my knowledge.
Her broad shoulders, robust frame, and sparse facial hair give her a decidedly masculine appearance. In spite of this, she referred to herself as a woman throughout her life. As a result, you are going to be my monarch.
Black Clover is an anime.
The boys were conned again by a shapeshifter!
This large hefty man who seemed to enjoy his pipe and silence was in fact a shy girl.
It wasn’t until I saw her in her true form that I was able to tell her gender for sure.
As far as I can tell, dandere is a gender that could work well.
She panics and either hides her face or transforms into someone else when confronted with a threat. You can’t put your faith in these shapeshifters, I’m telling you.
2. Leeron Littner
In the anime Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann:
It’s interesting to note that very few male anime characters are openly gay. It’s always just seemed like a bromance to me, even outside of Yuri on Ice.
As a result, the fact that Leeron is a man completely slipped my mind.
Then again, he’s the most flamboyant and over-the-top character I’ve ever seen in a TV show or movie.
For as long as I can remember I’ve always seen Leeron as a great inventor and occasional joker. Because of this, I had no idea what was going on with sexuality and gender.
Shingeki no Bahamut Genesis is an anime series (Rage of Bahamut)
When devils and angels are involved, androgynous personalities tend to emerge, in my opinion.
We already know that Mugaro is a child.
Because of this, your reaction to him may vary from “That female is so cute” to “Why are my trap senses tingling?” depending on the circumstances.
Especially when he covers his face with a hood. It’s because he has the most innocent and adorable face on a man I’ve ever seen.