What You Need to Know:
- In Japan, it is common, more often than not, that men are helpless creatures. They may go and work in an office all day long and bring home the bacon, but they cannot cook, clean, or even do laundry! In the west, we consider these things essential. As an adult, you really need to do these things to survive. Sure you could live off prepackaged food forever, but do you really want to?
- In Japan sadly, the gender roles are very much still black and white. Women are expected to be into fashion, cooking, and laundry while men are into work, games and sports. Recently things are beginning to change and expand but it's a slow and painful process. How do you become more feminine? Well, by doing feminine things thus raising your girl level! Apparently basic survival skills, being emotional, or being able to communicate properly between friends is considered feminine.
- Goo ranking asked it users "Who is a male anime character with high femininity?" Let's just say... the top ten may just surprise you. Don't worry though as none of these boys will be doing deathdrops or lipsynching for their lives here any time soon.
Top 10 - Top 6
10. Ryuuji Takasu (Toradora!) / 69 votes
9. Raku Ichijou (Nisekoi) / 71 votes
7. Ota (Tanaka-kun wa Itsumo Kedaruge) / 96 votes
7. Umetarou Nozaki (Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun) / 96 votes
6. Hayate Ayasaki (Hayate no Gotoku!) / 105 votes
Top 5 - Top 1
5. Kokkuri-san (Gugure Kokkuri-san)
4. Shinji Ikari (Evangelion)
3. Nagisa Shiota (Assassination Classroom)
2. Todomatsu Matsuno (Osomatsu-san)
1. Brock (Pokemon)
Source: Goo Ranking
Nagisa!!! Yes mama! You better werq it out hunni!
Wow Brock won this? I mean.... I don't see how being able to cook and take care of his siblings makes him ~feminine~. No need to be sexist Japan.
.... why did I come here?
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