The Rise of Half-Human Anime Girls

Anime girls come in various shapes, sizes, and oppai measurements. You can’t deny that anime seems to never run out of different girls we can fall for and make our waifu but have you noticed something quite intriguing recently in the anime world? More and more anime girls have become…something else. It seems like there’s a rise in half-human anime girls and we mean girls like fairies, raccoon girls, and plenty of other half-human creations. Is this a bad thing and is this the new trend for the anime world? Will the waifu of 2030 and beyond be no longer fully human and instead be all catgirls and elf girls? Let’s discuss in our aptly named article, The Rise of Half-Human Anime Girls! Get ready for oppai and cute girls in a whole new dimension!

The Rise of Non-human Girls

The Rising of the Shield Hero introduced one of the ultimate waifu of 2019 in the form of Raphtalia and we couldn’t have been happier. While human-looking in most ways, Raphtalia is a Demi-human or basically half-human and half-raccoon girl. This isn’t the first time we’ve seen this type of anime girl but in that same year we had other half-human girls rising up like the foxgirl Senko in The Helpful Fox Senko-san, Shia Haulia—a rabbit girl—from Arifuerta: From Commonplace to World’s Strongest and the anamorphic bunny girl Haru from Beastars. Needless to say whatever your taste in cute animal girl, you had plenty to choose from just in 2019 alone!

2020-2021 More Half-Human Girls

We don’t doubt there are several of you readers going “well that was only one year” and we’d like to show you that is quite untrue. In 2020 and 2021 there were even more wonderful half-human waifu and we will show just a few. There was in 2020 Vanilla and Chocola from Nekopara and Michiru Kagemori from BNA. 2021—despite only being halfway over—has also given us numerous girls from Monster Girl Doctor like Saphentite and Tisalia as well as the beefy warrior girl Ghislaine from Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation! Let’s be realistic folks, in just three years a giant amount of waifu aren’t even fully human and that seems to be the common new theme in harem series especially.

Is Being a Half-Human a Bad Thing?

Now is this rise of new-age anime girls a bad thing? In our honest opinion, not at all. Anime girls have always been cute and quite desirable—which is why our homes are adorned with anime girl statues and body pillows—but were getting quite repetitive. As much as we love blond haired girls with oppai that defy reality, it’s nice to see anime girls that are both cute and kind of different. Sure, Raphtalia might have a raccoon tail and raccoon ears but the rest of her is 100% human and that just means we can enjoy a new fetish/desire. Anime girls don’t need to be human, they can be half-human hybrids as long as they still have the oppai we desire so greatly.

Will Half-Humans Remove Regular Anime Girls?... No, Obviously!

Despite the quite large cast of new half-human anime girls, this trend will never fully change the anime landscape. There will always be a greater number of normal big-chested and/or slender anime girls and they will no doubt be 100% human. So don’t fear the high amount of half-human anime girls as of recently if that isn’t your taste, anime will still be focused on creating human anime girls for us to nosebleed over but the variety is always welcome.

Final Thoughts

Yes, there are an alarmingly high amount of half-human anime girls releasing as of late but we welcome these new anime beauties. Now we get to dream about hooking up with anime girls and anime girls with super cute tails/ears! Sounds like a win to us! What are your thoughts? Do you like half-human anime girls with big oppai—or just half-human anime girls—or want your waifu to be 100% human? Comment below to let us know! For even more anime discussions and articles keep stuck to our bee-human hive here at Honey’s Anime!

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Author: Aaron

Hey everyone I’m Aaron Curbelo or Blade as I’m called by my YouTube Subscribers. I’ve been an anime/manga fan since I was a young kid. In terms of anime I have watched nearly a thousand shows and have read hundreds of manga series. I love writing and honestly was so happy to join Honey’s Anime to get a shot to write articles for such a wonderful site. I’m a firm believer in respect in the anime community being the most important embodiment we should all have. We all love anime and we have varying opinions of series but we should respect one another for those differences! Life is too precious to spend it making needless arguments in a community that should be the shining example of loving an amazing medium. I hope as a writer for Honey’s Anime I can bring you folks some amazing articles to read and enjoy!

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