Posted in 2010s, Category D, Male Author, No Female Protagonists

All Out!!

Category D

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This anime passes criterion 1  and 2 in episode 12. The conversations are always about men, not frequent and non-trivial though.

  1. Are there two named female characters?
  2. Who have a conversation?
  3. Not about men?
  4. Does this happen frequently?
  5. Is the conversation non-trivial?

Wasn’t really expecting to see many females in a school rugby show, but as usual the manager is a school-girl. Just why Japan? Why do you have your school-girls wash clothes and towels for the male sports teams??? Either way, she almost never talks to any other girls and when she does it’s all about the boys on the team.


More data:

Author gender: male
No. of female protagonists/all protagonists: 0/3
Year of airing: 2016-2017

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Posted in 1990s, Category D, Male Author, No Female Protagonists

Weiss Kreuz (Knight Hunters)

Category D

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Koyasu Takehito’s masterpiece passes criteria 1 and 2, the former in episode 2  and the latter in episode 21. There are definitely no conversations between females not about men.

  1. Are there two named female characters?
  2. Who have a conversation?
  3. Not about men?
  4. Does this happen frequently?
  5. Is the conversation non-trivial?

Considering just how many female characters this show has, this is a sad result. I would understand if the girls attached to each protagonist never met or spoke because they each kept their romantic/brotherly affairs separate from their work, but for fucks sake, there is an assassin squad made up entirely of females. How is it possible for them to not even once have a conversation about something other than their male boss?


More data:

Author gender: male
No. of female protagonists/all protagonists: 0/4
Year of airing: 1998