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The cover to this issue by Akira Kasakabe has two attractive ladies in a state of summery deshabillé, sorting out their lippy and watching the midsummer fireworks. This is a new magazine for otoko no ko of the new generation.” The Japanese otoko no ko literally means Man-Girl or Mannish Girl, but is it intended here to mean “ladyboy”?

We are back in the fascinating world of the implied reader – is this a magazine for boys who like dressing up as girls, or is it a magazine for girls who like to look at boys dressed up as girls?

The target audience is men who crossdress (or are interested), and men who have a fetish for crossdressers, and the art styles and tropes are typically those of male-oriented romance / ecchi / hentai material.

There is also a significant Periphery Demographic of female readers.

() As in the real-life josou games and narratives previously noted, the genre at first glance appeared to be posited as a counter trend to the stagnating field of loli moe blobs. w=300" data-large-file=" w=150 150w, w=300 300w" sizes="(max-width: 450px) 100vw, 450px" /Traps have never been /y/, and /a/ has been gay for traps since before it was /a/.

Perhaps heat-death was setting in; there are only so many ways to sexualized under-age 2D females: once incest, yuri-cest and twin-cest were all thoroughly overdone the thrill is diminished. " data-medium-file=" or per TV tropes: “Otokonoko features both girl-on-crossdresser and guy-on-crossdresser stories (it’s one of the few places where you will find m/f stories and m/m stories side-by-side in the same magazine).

Un monde insoupçonné s'ouvre alors à elle, exotique et déroutant, semé de pièges et d'embûches.

Car la vie chez les X n'a rien d'un long fleuve tranquille : Madame est une bourgeoise radine, hyperactive et maniacodépressive et Monsieur, un tyran de la plus belle espèce.

Pressée par sa mère d'entrer dans la vie active, elle obtient un poste de nounou dans une famille huppée de Manhattan, les X.

WAai’s niche is still small – it is half the size and double the price of mainstream magazines, and is not included in the online sales figures of the Japanese Magazine Publishers Association.

But this is how all new niches start; the publisher Ichijinsha would be mad to print a million copies and hope that the readership to match it magically arrived out of nowhere.

Recall that in Genshiken time we are simultaneously in 20.

In 2007, the “boys in skirts” genre was known, but was yet to become the next big thing in Japanese visual culture. The first references to the otokonoko/ josou genre in the Genshiken show up when Kuchiki first encounters Hato-chan.

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