Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Japanese TV Star Reveals She's Male

Japanese fashion model, game presenter, and cosplayer, Kayo Sato (a.k.a. Kayo Police), revealed her true gender... she is really a male.

"Kayo says that she is all natural, so she didn’t get plastic surgery to look like she does, and she owes much of her success to her talent in applying make-up."

You can read all about it at Tokyohive.


(Thank you, Jones, for the news about Miss Kayo.)


  1. Just food for thought….
    The blog large blooming flower
    This weekend (I’ve found thru T central)
    She spoke of a weekend, en femme
    What I thought WE ALL Should change
    Is stop stating that we went OUT and PASSED
    We should call it BLENDING .
    WOW! It sounds so much better
    A person (she)doesn't just pass TSA at the airport
    (as in they noticed but didn’t bother to stop her)
    You blended in so well that nobody notice her at ALL
    Blending is exactly what she does. nobody notices, because you dress and look so perfectly normal.
    Blend in, do not just pass

  2. AnonymousJuly 14, 2011

    She's amazing! In Japan is a nice thing to be like that, they seam very open minded!!!

  3. AnonymousJuly 16, 2011

    Mrslickiv6 is so right! It's been a long road in personal acceptance for me, and I'm sure for others like us who basically should just be who we are and not have to "pass" as something else.

    To me, the use of passing denies our persona. It hides that we are special, unique and to be valued in and amongst all of the other characters and personae out there. It also places unfair pressures on those to be something more acceptable then themselves.

    Our "Blending" into the world helps to create a public acceptance of our lifestyle while allowing us to have as normal a celebration of life as possible. Thank you