The latest comes from Japan Today, where Patrick Galbraith-- the same one who's writing Kodansha's upcoming Otaku Encyclopedia –profiles the Nakano Fujoshi Sisters, six girls who are all various typeso f otaku, and who also perform as the Fudanjuku, dressed as young boys.
One Fujoshi Sister talks about their regular songs:
“The first song was about female otaku as seen through Jazzy Hanawa’s eyes,” adds Ura. “For example, finding boyfriends online, or having anime character boyfriends.”
While another talks about the Fudanjuku:
"Fudanjuku are more oriented towards society,” Inui says. “The songs have themes and messages such as ‘cherish humanity,’ ‘friendship’ and ‘love.’ That sort of simple message is common, but there are points to be learned from it and people can respond to it. Even though the lyrics are simple and kind of lame, the value of the message is high.”
Here are a couple of videos of the girls, first as girls, then as boys.
So now the only question is, which do you prefer-- the Fudanshi Sisters, or the Fudanjuku?