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  • In episode 1, Haruhi literally said that they don't identify as male or female.

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    • Hi. Who is "they"? Angelle aka Luxartisan 21:55, January 16, 2019 (UTC)

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    • Haruhi

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    • True. Angelle aka Luxartisan 11:15, January 19, 2019 (UTC)

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    • When asked "so you're a girl?",Haruhi only responded with "biologically, yes"

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    • It's deliberately left vague throughout the anime and manga whether Haruhi identifies as cisgender or transgender and she uses and responds to both pronouns for males and females. She falls in love with and marries Tamaki by the end of the manga. Her father refers to her as his daughter and she doesn't object to that at any time. Her style of dress is often androgynous but also feminine at times. The dorama portrayed Haruhi as a biological girl. The pronouns used in the article of this wiki are feminine out of respect for the way the anime and manga refer to the character, which is in the feminine. So unless Bisco Hatori openly states that the pronouns for the character should be other than feminine, they will be so in all articles of this wiki. If you wish to write a meta-article about this, you may do so, but it must be academic in nature with supporting evidence of any claims made. Angelle aka Luxartisan 00:55, March 3, 2019 (UTC)

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    • Haruhi from Ouran High School Host Club is an androgynous girl who's living as a male student at her school due to specific circumstances. She says she doesn't think gender is important, which is just vague enough to have multiple interpretations including that Haruhi might be non-binary.

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    • Those are fair points and well-stated, however, her official character bio and trivia can only list canon facts. Haruhi comes to Ouran dressed in her grandfather's eyeglasses and baggy clothing because she cannot afford the Ouran uniform. Her hair is short because a boy put gum in it. The Hosts assume she is a boy and she tells them she doesn't consider gender to be a big issue, not that she herself is non-binary. She might be, but she never states that to be fact and never does; therefore it isn't canon. Fans, otoh, can believe it to be true, if they so wish. Moreover, tvtropes is not a reliable source for canon information, but is made up of voluntary contributions from its members. Thanks for an interesting discussion. Angelle aka Luxartisan 05:18, March 4, 2019 (UTC)

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