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#212 - They know.
oooh... wonder whats gonna happen next? especially when the amazons find those men!!
Didn't they already know he was male from earlier in this thread?
Don't forget, even a lot of readers seem to miss that he's male. :-p It's all that pretty, blond hair.
*chuckles at the 'you know he's a boy'? comment*
I love Feint's retelling of the story. :)
it could help if he didn't tie it up in a ponytail like that, but i wouldn't count on it
well, they could make him go around with a marine haircut without a shirt, but we don't want that!!!! everyone loves the hair! ......well, i do...o.o;; ^_^;;;
Well, it might help if he wasn't wearing something that looks so much like a skirt, heh.
Heheh. Nah, right before they met the amazons
Feiht found out Leaf isn't a girl
(despite what she was thinking for the same reasons mentioned in the comments here). However, the Amazons weren't supposed to know. In fact Feiht only found out because Leaf was saying they'd be in trouble if the Amazons found out.
much agreeing with eikan...
luffing the stoy feiht tells...
then it went 'boom!'
^________^ shinee story mith...pics are great as usual.
Powers That Aren\'t says:
What!? Leaf is not a girl!?! >8-C
But... But, what about the wreath of flowers in her..er..his hair? That's a "girl" thing, right?
Poor Leaf... He's gonna have to work hard to prove his 'mascalinity', especially if Feiht won't believe it... >:)
yeeka! no marine haircuts for Leaf! I wouldn't mind the shirtless thing though :-P
So, if the Amazons met Legolas, they wouldn't tease me for thinking he's hot? (Not that they would if he WAS a gal..)
He is very feminine... But all elves are. Its always easier to distinguish elvish women than elvish men!
Feiht is great...
I wouldn't say that all elves are feminine, they just gave a different ideal of masculinity.
What do you mean by that?
I agree. Masculinity and femininity are largely defined by our own social views. Sure, by our standards, male elves might seem rather feminine, but if you were to look at us (humans) from, say, an orc's point of view, he'd probably say the same thing.
Probably. And Leaf's "tunic" always bothered me, 'cause it looks like he's walking around in his night-gown... ^_^;; Ayne has these different parts of her clothing, and belts and stuff... Leaf would need a belt. He could use shoes, too. ^_^;; Not complaining, though, it's a wonderful story, and I don't think the hair is bad...
I still say it's the legs that do it.
Liking the orc idea...
I like orcs ;)
Queen Julietaini of Kiador says:
Elves have their own unique fashion. I guess the Amazonians don't mind.
fuzzly cat says:
there are too many comments. i am going into hiding for a while. anyone care to join me?
Wait-is it just me, or IS Leaf walking around in his nightgown? Because he got up in the middle of the night... Well, I guess it's still a tunic, but it looks like a nightgown since he isn't wearing any pants.
Flaming Mono says:
"He could use shoes, too."
He is wearing shoes.
Lae, I don't see any orcs >_O
Shadow Phoenix says:
Panicked pixies pronouncing titillating tales! "Leaf went all red and they went 'Boom!'" LOL.
Feiht's funny! :)
And actually, I thought Leaf was a girl at first too...
It will be easier to tell when he hits puberty.
then hell have to start whearing pants
how about a hat? a very manly, masculine hat or, he could braid that blode hair into a thick braid or he could get a pair of pants! :D
It's kind of interesting to be talking about cultural relativism vis-a-vis gender ideals about mythical creatures. lol.
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