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The Boxes We Keep: A Study of Love Me For Who I Am’s (FukaBoku) Approach to Gender

Newly released and translated into English, manga Love Me For Who I am (Japanese: Fukakai na Boku no Subete o or FukaBoku for short) from Seven Seas Entertainment is artist Konayama Kata’s attempt to explore the complexity of gender and gender identity through the eyes of a group of high school students working at a […]

By Kat Callahan

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