Uchiha Sasuke (Female) #1630900

Entry by Yesh10x on Tue Nov 19 23:31:34 2013.

Tags: Anime, Pixiv Id 1401129, NARUTO, Uchiha Sasuke, Uchiha Sasuke (Female), Fanart From Pixiv, PNG Conversion, Fanart, Pixiv

Pixiv Id 1401129, NARUTO, Uchiha Sasuke, Uchiha Sasuke (Female), Fanart From Pixiv, PNG Conversion, Fanart, Pixiv

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Comments (English)

  • Blaze;;

    May 11, 2012

    HOOOOOOT\

    Yesss indeed *Q*

  • HeyIhrDa

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    Oct 10, 2012

    Anyone noticing how the Sharingan looks "suddenly"
    a lot more stunning and fascinating when a female
    Character with even a small, interesting Aura has
    it? - And not one of the typical, oldfashioned,
    "creepy Guys" like Hanzou, or "Tobito", or Madara?

    The Sharingan is wasted on egoistic, smallminded
    Guys/Men and a really talented, "female" Owner of a
    Sharingan was never introduced in Naruto.

    Well - maybe because it would squeeze the Ba**s of
    the machismo-Ego of the Author's to much. ; P

  • ChiChilalaOMG

    Nov 20, 2013

    OMG THIS IS FRIGGEN AWESOME!

  • Lostlettersto

    Feb 22, 2014

    I think a good point was brought in the comments. I always wondered why kishimoto never showed a female Uchiha with the sharingan?

  • DarkheartZ

    Jun 24, 2014

    Truly a good point. Definitely would've been great for sexual tension between Naruto and fem Sasuke instead of the sick obsession he has with the guy. Definitely a sexist move on Kishi-baka's part to do only male Sharingan wielders. Fem Sasuke is kickass.

  • eenayde

    Jul 01, 2014

    Why does she have white skin?! It's awesome though!

  • RaraLa

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    Apr 17, 2015

    Kishimoto's been pretty known for being bad with female characters (which makes you wonder why he made so many in Naruto, but I suppose the backlash would've been worse if he hadn't added any). Really, there are a lot more subtle sexist themes in Naruto, so I suppose it was only expected.

    Also, @DarkheartZ, WHY, exactly, would Sasuke's having been female immediately turn their relationship into one of sexual tension, rather than some "sick obsession"? Romantic love isn't the only thing that makes people do crazy things. Naruto's determination to bring Sasuke back was a symbol of how much he cared about Sasuke, as a FRIEND (although, really, his intentions become fairly ambiguous later, in terms of he seems to be doing it for himself, not Sasuke), even if it didn't seem that way in the beginning, and Sasuke having been female shouldn't have to change any of that.

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