Hourou Musuko Wandering Son

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  • Excellet Storytelling
    The way this show has captured and presented this concept and told of this concept is exquisite. By throwing the viewer into a confusing situation that depicts an amount oif history between the characters right out of the gate on top of presenting the primary story with an enormous weight is definitely an excellent way to start getting emotionally invested. I am not disappointed with the way this ...
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  • 2 out of 2 people found this review helpful:
    Woah, different from other animes
    Man, I must say that this anime really make you think. I was confused at first, but when I started to analyse the story itself at around 3-4 or maybe earlier. However this specific anime, Hourou Musuko's subject matter is rarely dealt with in anime: it explores the issues of gender identity and societal perception of gender roles while in a particular age where puberty comes in. If you have (or ...
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  • Truly inspirational story
    It took me a long time to actually watch this anime, I started watching it a year ago, but dropped it then because I didn't feel like watching such a slow paced anime at that time. I know found the time to watch it. The story was very good, I like the fact that it's different and deals with a topic that is not often talked about. I really enjoyed the animation also.

    P.S - The ending song is ...
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  • Highly Recommended Series
    This is a spoiler-free review.

    Please also understand that I have had no experience of my own with gender or sexual identity, so I cannot judge personally whether or not the series accurately presents the feelings of someone who has.

    To begin, I will say that Hourou Musuko is a very well done series and I believe that everyone should watch it without a doubt. However, as with ...
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  • Never watched the series, but I love the gesture...
    For this boy to have the courage to be a crossdresser, ESPECIALLY in a country that is definitely, so far, not in favor of same-sex relationships of any kind (although this is slowly changing in Japan, but only very slowly), this series shows something unique and I applaud the producers! I don't think I will watch it, but I still understand the message and I think it's good that yet another person ...
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  • Hey. This is my first review so away we go i guess
    Hi I'm SeaJelly a transgirl who started coming out in school a small midwest school which was kind of abrasive and this anime got so much right including coming out to a significant other and the want to be able to feel comfortable i think this show is very reaffirming and will def recommend to my trans friends
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  • Stunning with a beautiful animation style!
    This anime shows an often-avoided topic. It is truly inspirational and shows not only the how the main characters feel, but how other people feel about them. They included homophobic people, making the work both realistic and breathtaking. There are very few animes like this and I enjoyed it thoroughly.
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  • A Masterpiece In Of Itself
    I'm a bit late, I realize, however I want to address how wonderful this anime is. It is such a fresh series after anime after anime about the boy meets girl, instantly falls in love. I'm a huge fan of the romance animes, and this was all the more a wonderful find for me. It incorporates the definition of people in a different way than other anime do. In most, the protagonist has no identity ...
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  • A cute, lighthearted look at a serious topic.
    The art for this anime is just so soft and beautiful, it's like watching a storybook.

    In only 11 episodes, there's not much space to properly cover the content of the manga, but Hourou Musuko functions as a sweet, lighthearted spin-off of the source material. I loved it, it was a very sweet series and there was some heavier emotional scenes in the middle. It's a different trans experience to ...
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