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The work of anime director Kunihiko Ikuhara is not only known for being deeply symbolic, but also for having outstanding representations of lesbians in anime. Gay marriage, for instance, is only an option in a handful of city wards municipalities organized by neighbourhoodsstarting with Shibuya ward of Tokyo in May In his animated feminist masterpieces Revolutionary Girl Utena and Yuri Kuma ArashiIkuhara envisions the first steps of queer liberation.
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This list includes fictional characters in animated cartoonsadult animationand anime. Harry Benshoff and Sean Griffin write that animation has always "hint[ed] at the performative nature of gender" such as when Bugs Bunny puts on a wig and a dress, he is a rabbit in drag as a human male who is in drag as a female. Within the Japanese anime and manga, yaoi is the tradition of representing same-sex male relationships in materials that are generally created by women artists and marketed mostly for Japanese girls  while the genre known as yuri focuses on relationships between women.
Oniisama E actually ranks lower on this multi-person synthesised list than it does on my personal list where it comes in at 5. The series centers around the high school experiences of Misonou Nanako note: for this and subsequent names, family name comes first when she enters the elite preparatory school, Seiran Academy. For those who might be expecting overt romance, however, they'll be disappointed.
The themes yuri deals with have their roots in the Japanese lesbian fiction of the early twentieth century,   with pieces such as Yaneura no Nishojo by Nobuko Yoshiya. As a genre, yuri content could target either a male or a female audience. Although yuri originated in female-targeted works, today it is featured in male-targeted ones as well.