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• 3/10/2015

Homura

Homura is a girl and dresses like a guy
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• 3/12/2015

No, he actually was fully male until he began subconsciously reacting to Minato.  Then his body began (subtly, at first) changing gender to female since Minato is "happily hetero."  Once he emerged, the transformation stopped after Minato told him he didn't need to change.  It's unclear if Homura's body will revert to fully male over time.  Right now he's still stuck halfway.

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• 7/3/2017
wow...just wow
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• 7/6/2017

Txtracer wrote: No, he actually was fully male until he began subconsciously reacting to Minato.  Then his body began (subtly, at first) changing gender to female since Minato is "happily hetero."  Once he emerged, the transformation stopped after Minato told him he didn't need to change.  It's unclear if Homura's body will revert to fully male over time.  Right now he's still stuck halfway.

Actually, his body is one of those that are more fluid than the others.

Most, and this is my theory while reading between lines, Sekirei once winged become closer to the 'ideal' mate for their Ashikabi. Yes, they retain their own personalities but some smaller nuances become to come aligned with the Ashikabi. (Please see fanfic "No Game for Old men" no fanfiction)

This is no different for Homura. The only difference is his body actually changes genders to match his Ashikabi's preferences.

Both Manga and Anime have a scene where Minato tells Homura to be what he wants to be, that Minato himself doesnt really want to dictate that.

Regardless, we still end up seeing Homura end up changing genders to a female sekirei.

Keep in mind, this might not be something that Homura specifically wants, but is 'natural' because while Minato, being the Ashikabi might have told him to decide for him/herself, unless, and this is in my mind, and being read between the lines, unless he makes a CONCIOUS EFFORT on the part of Homura who decides and informs Minato, there really isn't a choice to make.

Minato doesn't swing that way, and thus, Homura ends up female.

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• 8/2/2017

Interesting. I've been taking a look at the RAWs for the new 'sekirei' series. I call it a 'mid-quel' others call it a 'sequel' but it's a spin-off either way.

It seems in Chapter 2 is shows Kagari/Homera tending bar...

If you look at the sign above the doors closely, you'll see evidence it could be called "Bar Sekirei"

One of my translators has also indicated the 'popular' title for the new series might not be properly translated as "365 days without a girlfriend" but more appropriately "365 days without her".


Homera-Bar

Homera went and got a job or has his own place...?

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