Yeah, that's true. Maybe I just give too little f***s about the whole Rosenwald affair. As I wrote, it was just in my opinion the birth-sex seemed plot-irrelevant.
I think the love-story or what-should-I-call-it between Kanae and Shuu could have worked out fine without the Rosenwald-backstory in this chapter, as love, affection or even admiration doesn't need a reason.
Might just be me.
What's the general consensus on Mutsuki's gender by the way? Do we write in terms of gender (he) or sex (she)?
I've chosen "he" thus far, since that seems the most polite, while I haven't quite decided on Kanae yet.
Now that... Is scary.
Was it ever confirmed what sex Mutsuki is? i can't remember.
I may have a odd or different way of looking at people. If someone has male genitalia then i call that person a "him" "he" "guy" whatever, same with a female. I don't see this whole "i feel like a Him/Her". what does that even mean? Does feeling like a man mean you're more aggressive, stern, macho? I don't see how a woman can't have these feelings too.
I guess what i am saying is that a woman wanting to be looked at as a "him" seems more like an unnecessary label to fit in? I don't know though just my opinion. If a woman wants to be macho or act like a normal male then just do it, don't worry what others think.
Mutsuki doesn't want to act or dress like a girl for whatever reason, and she/he shouldn't have too, Mutsuki wanting to be called a man i would assume would be to avoid awkward situations.
Him and Her are just labels......