This week on Fujoshi O'Clock:
- In news about Hybrid Child's upcoming anime, Annabel will be singing the main theme song. The first volume of the anime ships out in late October.
- English language comics get queerer with the first issue of Dash, an LGBT private eye story set in the 1940s, now available for order.
- The wildly popular series Junjou Romantica is getting a third season. Previous seasons are available through Nozomi Entertainment. It is based on the Junjou manga, whose manga-ka is also the author of Hybrid Child's manga.
- Contemporary Japanese Language has a masterpost of essays on gender studies and cross-dressing in anime/manga, which delves into queer-friendly properties such as takarazuka theatre, gender fluid identities, and the manga Wandering Son.
- Highlighting the trans in LGBT, Racialicious has a complete write-up of the transgender trends in popular media panel that was at SDCC 2014.
- Otaku Journalist talks about being an "out" fujoshi and how it differs from just being an otaku that isn't into BL/yaoi.
- Otaku Champloo already has their 801 Day Fujojocast online and available for listening. Audience participation is requested!
- Anime News Network has put the spotlight on the new Love Stage anime series. It includes character profiles, cast list, and voice actor information.
- Naru at Organization Anti-Social Geniuses reviews est em's Age Called Blue and is pulled in by the wonderful story, although taken aback by the similar character designs.
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