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Arashi Narukami

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Arashi is a transfem character in “Ensemble Stars!”. She is a rare but great type of transfem representation – she presents masculine. She believes that she’ll never make it to where she dreams to be if she tries to transition, but she still loves herself as she is.

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Summer Luk

Summer is a transfem artist from Hong Kong that first became famous on TikTok and makes songs based on her experiences growing up in a transphobic household. One of her songs, “Mirages”, is about a time when her parents exorcised her.

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BIPOC Character Novel Trans Media Transfem

Sister

Sister is an openly transfem clone trooper who is accepted by her fellow clones and her Jedi generals. She was worried for her safety because of her trans-ness, unsure if she would be considered a “defective” clone, and killed because of it, a fear that many of us trans people know all too well. Due to the man she and all the other clones were cloned from being of Māori descent, Jango Fett played by Temuera Morrison, she is also Māori representation.

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Notes:

This is one of my favorite genderqueer characters ever!!!!!! This is such a cool idea to me; one transgender sister among hundreds of thousands of genetically identical brothers, it’s so unique and creative!! Plus, I’ve loved Star Wars since forever and I think I’d go feral if Sister showed up in a show or movie.

-Sylvie <3

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BIPOC Character Game Trans Media Transfem

Mizuki Akiyama

Mizuki is referred to with they/them pronouns and their gender is labeled “?” in-game. They are also heavily implied to be transfem.

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Anime BIPOC Character Manga Trans Media Transfem

Magne Hikiishi

Magne is a minor transfem villain in the show.  It’s very clearly telegraphed throughout the episodes that she is trans, with her friends calling her “Big Sis Magne”, and a scene where her friends correct someone on her pronouns (VERY aggressively, they threaten someone, they are still villains after all). Magne is also representation of a particularly rare kind: Magne is very masc-presenting! While she’s very much transfem, she doesn’t seem to have a problem about having an unshaved face or wearing more masculine clothing. Magne is strong, brave, and confident in herself and where she belongs, and is very positive representation for the trans community!

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BIPOC Character Graphic Novel Show Trans Media Transfem Webtoon

Elle Argent

Elle is openly transfem, which is referenced several times. Her being trans is treated as not being a big thing, and she is simply another important character.

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