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:Please read the above, again, please. &mdash; <small>[[User talk:The dark lord trombonator|<font color="#0000C8">THE TROM</font></small>]] &mdash; 09:15, 1 January 2009 (UTC)
 
:Please read the above, again, please. &mdash; <small>[[User talk:The dark lord trombonator|<font color="#0000C8">THE TROM</font></small>]] &mdash; 09:15, 1 January 2009 (UTC)
   
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Honestly, get a life. Do you have nothing better to do than go and call people names because they think a Pokémon is gay?
 
 
"They wouldn't put gays in a kids show". Oh how I love it when they use this excuse. Japanese culture =/= American culture. Ever heard of an anime called Sailor Moon? That was a show directed at kids, yet two of the main characters were lesbians. Japan isn't afraid of showing homosexuality in their kids shows like America is.
 
 
While it's true that Pokémon can't be gay in the games, the games don't always mean the same thing in the anime. Like levels don't appear to exist or Pokémon can learn [[Anime move errors|moves that they can't normally learn in the games]].
 
 
Now please, contribute something useful to the pedia instead of using it like a forum. Have a nice day. --[[Tracey Sketchit|<span style="color:#33CC66;">'''ケンジ'''</span>]][[User talk:Kenji-girl|<span style="color:#6600CC;">'''の'''</span>]][[User:Kenji-girl|<span style="color:#FF00CC;">'''ガール'''</span>]] 19:55, 1 January 2009 (UTC)
 
 
: I'm sorry, but that argument fails due to the simple fact that the Pokémon anime is more kiddy than Sailor Moon, as it never showed any nudity. [[User:Spideym|Spideym]] 05:10, 2 January 2009 (UTC)
 
:: You do realize that even Pokémon has had homosexual characters in it before... --[[Tracey Sketchit|<span style="color:#33CC66;">'''ケンジ'''</span>]][[User talk:Kenji-girl|<span style="color:#6600CC;">'''の'''</span>]][[User:Kenji-girl|<span style="color:#FF00CC;">'''ガール'''</span>]] 05:14, 2 January 2009 (UTC)
 
::: Who? Harley? He was just a girly dude who was never confirmed to be homosexual. [[User:Spideym|Spideym]] 05:20, 2 January 2009 (UTC)
 
:::: There was a trainer in Pokémon Fashion Flash that owned a Chansey who was clearly homosexual. --[[Tracey Sketchit|<span style="color:#33CC66;">'''ケンジ'''</span>]][[User talk:Kenji-girl|<span style="color:#6600CC;">'''の'''</span>]][[User:Kenji-girl|<span style="color:#FF00CC;">'''ガール'''</span>]] 05:21, 2 January 2009 (UTC)
 
:::::And you know that he is gay, how? [[User:Spideym|Spideym]] 05:23, 2 January 2009 (UTC)
 
::::::I don't know... Dresses in womens clothes... Preferes to go by '''Obasan''' Japanese equivelent to Miss. --[[Tracey Sketchit|<span style="color:#33CC66;">'''ケンジ'''</span>]][[User talk:Kenji-girl|<span style="color:#6600CC;">'''の'''</span>]][[User:Kenji-girl|<span style="color:#FF00CC;">'''ガール'''</span>]] 05:25, 2 January 2009 (UTC)
 
:::::::That makes him girly at most. Anabel is usually mistaken for a male by the characters, and in the japanese version, she refers to herself as "Boku", a pronoun used by males. And yet she had a crush on Ash, which means that she's just a tomboy, not a lesbian. [[User:Spideym|Spideym]] 05:31, 2 January 2009 (UTC)
 
::::::::Yeah right... I don't think so. When a man wants to be called "Miss" by others, than that usually means gay. Anabel doesn't wanted to be called a boy. The anime hints that he's gay. Isn't that what you're arguing here? That if it's hinted than it must be true. Even Pokeani dubs him as "Okama" Japanese for homosexual. --[[Tracey Sketchit|<span style="color:#33CC66;">'''ケンジ'''</span>]][[User talk:Kenji-girl|<span style="color:#6600CC;">'''の'''</span>]][[User:Kenji-girl|<span style="color:#FF00CC;">'''ガール'''</span>]] 05:35, 2 January 2009 (UTC)
 
:::::::::--[[Charizard (Pokémon)|<font color="FF1111"><small>Force</small></font>]] <sup>[[User:Force Fire|<font color="E24242"><small>''Fire''</small></font>]]</sup> [[User talk:Force Fire|<font color="4F5870"><small>''talk''</small></font>]] 05:36, 2 January 2009 (UTC)
 
::::::::::Ok, you win. He's supposed to be seen as gay by the older audience due to the hints you mentioned. Likewise, Ash's Charizard isn't a gay Pokémon, but a male, due to the fact that the writers strongly hinted at the later and never gave us a reason to think the opposite. Same for Ash's Bayleef and Totodile. [[User:Spideym|Spideym]] 05:50, 2 January 2009 (UTC)
 
   
 
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Please read the above, again, please. — THE TROM — 09:15, 1 January 2009 (UTC)


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Spideym,

Please do not swear, like you did here, there could quite likely be children viewing that talkpage. If there is, they will copy you.--Thomas Michael William Patrick Sales 17:24, 9 May 2009 (UTC)

Swearing isn't against Bulba policy. R.A. Hunter Blade 00:08, 13 May 2009 (UTC)