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Shows with both male and female fanservice?
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Posted 1/13/15
I've never seen one! Ever! It's either all male fanservice or all female fanservice. Granted, there is much less male fanservice than female, for obvious demographical reasons. Kamigami no Asobi is the only one that comes to mind. But that still doesn't change the fact that I haven't found a a single show out there with a little bit of both for those of us who, say, like their candy with both peanutbutter and chocolate.


Is this only true for the more popular shows like the ones we have here on CR or are there truly no shows out there without gender-bias fanservice? Can you name any?
How do you feel about shows who either cater one way or another? Do you agree? Disagree?
How would you feel about a show that had both? Would you still watch it? Why or why not?
Would this be something you'd be interested in seeing?

Feel free to answer any of these questions or just otherwise speak your mind! I'd like to hear what ya'll have to say.
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Posted 1/13/15
Try Fairy Tail.
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Posted 1/13/15 , edited 1/13/15
Like the above commenter said I believe Fairy Tail has it. (Not sure though because I haven't watched it in a while). Also there's A Bridge to the Starry Skies.
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Definitely Kill la Kill.
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Fairy Tail is particularly notorious for this sort of thing.
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Lol......Kill la Kill is "definitively" one of the more "Bias" ones (Are you kidding me, that's got OVERKILL on Female Fanservice)
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Fairy Tail, girls go crazy for Gray-sama
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Kill la kill, definitely

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We need more anime series like that.
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Posted 1/16/15 , edited 1/16/15
Kill la kill is probably closest we have. A lot of anime tends to be suited to appeal to the male audience. As is most things in the world, kind of scary of how more 1 sided things still are.

I think more are trying to at least cater more 50/50, just how it fits into the story/role of the show.
Posted 1/16/15 , edited 1/16/15


Good point. I have yet to see an anime with equal fanservice for both genders. In a way, the producers know that if they want to profit, they'll have to target one demographic only. Attempting to service both gender with one show would mean dis-servicing both gender viewers. No fanservice is probably BETTER than fanservice for both genders.

P.S. I don't think the fanservice in Kill la kill qualifies as fanservice, since it's made to make you laugh. At least I laughed like a stupid cow when the guy started stripping.
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Posted 1/16/15
Denki-gai has a bit of both, usually in a fairly goofy manner.
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Posted 1/16/15 , edited 1/16/15
As has been duly said, Kill la Kill. And yes I definitely enjoyed it because it was a refreshing change, entirely hilarious and tied in so well to the show's themes.

But then I'd also add Hamatora - not the best show, but for one it leans more on the male side, being the only anime I can think of with a scene like this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BrXfalIxf7Y

Strange+ may count but I don't remember much about it.
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Posted 1/16/15
Monogatari(series) has a lot of Araragi fanservice.
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