By: Vrai Kaiser May 15, 20180 Comments

I love Land of the Lustrous almost entirely agender cast, even if the characters aren't human. They are close enough, and with the help of the English translation (and people who are picky about lore), it forced people to reconsider the reflex of assigning a gender unto characters based on gendered signifiers, even if just once before they moved on to the next anime. Plus, the whole movement of human!au fanarts (particularly from Japanese artists it seemed) of the gems wearing cute agender fashion was amazing to see and Goals as heck.

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