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Otoko no Ko Tsuma

Otoko no Ko Tsuma

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Synonyms: My Wife Is a Man
Japanese: おとこのこ妻


Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Jul 15, 2016 to ?
Authors: Crystal na Yousuke (Story & Art)
Serialization: Sunday Webry


Score: 7.371 (scored by 925 users)
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Ranked: #51202
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Popularity: #2873
Members: 3,423
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The manga follows the daily lives of Kou, a slightly quirky man, and his wife, Yukio, who is a cross-dressing man. Read as this married couple handles the trouble that comes with cross-dressing issues in modern Japanese society.

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More reviewsReviews

May 10, 2018
kyrlicious (All reviews)
Overall rating: 9.9

Plot Review: 7
In short, Otoko no Ko Tsuma, or, My Wife is a Man is the everyday life of a cisgender man and a crossdresser who is often called out as male by their own fianceé.
The manga itself is good, except that the whole concept is a big (possibly transphobic) joke. At the moment Yukio dresses as a female, acts like a female and does everything a female, there's simply NO reason for Kou shout to EVERYONE that they're male, we do not know if Yuki identifies as female, there's no way to say they're male in front of a crowd, it's disrespectful, read more
Dec 27, 2018
mxbots (All reviews)

Not really much of one. Mostly consists of the couple going out and getting into (mis)adventures based on gender confusion. It can be funny, if repetitive, though it careens into ecchi territory at times.


Very cute and smooth, polished, artwork.


The characters are sweet and it's a joy to watch the love between the main couple as well as a manga where little angst is had about their sexuality and gender expression.

This is like the cotton candy of LGBT manga. Short, sweet, and mostly empty. It makes you feel good, is light and airy, and doesn't try to delve too deep into more serious read more


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