In historical records, it can be seen that guards liked to joke about this matter quite frequently, resulting in various stories and even poems.
Until 1644, when onnagata actors were required to adopt male hairstyles regardless of the gender they were portraying, actors playing characters like female warriors capitalized on the interest in the futanari quality, which was common in both samurai and commoner society.
Japanese folk religion created diverse fantasies related to sexual characteristics.
Traditional vocal pieces that date back hundreds of years deliver rough evidence that a change of gender was not ruled out and that the representation of the gender was used to worship deities such as dōsojin which sometimes had ambiguous gender, being neither male nor female.
Today, the term commonly refers to fictional (drawn), female looking, hermaphrodite characters.
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