One Iconic Naruto Character: Boruto Officially Confirmed by LGBTQ

One Iconic Naruto Character is LGBTQ Officially Confirms Boruto


Boruto used a different hero to confirm that one of the most infamous Naruto villains is not a binary. Is it poisonous or positive?

Although it might seem odd, Naruto has basically no canonically LGBTQ+ characters, Boruto That has been changed. The sequel series proved that Orochimaru, the villain of the classic movie, is indeed genderfluid.

Orochimaru is easily among the most popular. Naruto’sThe most famous villains. Orochimaru, a powerful ninja who is obsessed with immortality, was seen in the original series. This most famously occurred with both Sasuke and Itachi, though the brothers were separately able to prevent their bodies from being taken over. Despite these significant setbacks however, Orochimaru would make it through several more deaths. Orochimaru survived to the end. Naruto alive, despite everything, and Boruto This was followed by the introduction of Orochimaru’s clone/son, and the one ninja who has a cooler sage than Naruto’s, Mitsuki.

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In Boruto chapter 3.5, readers learn more about Mitsuki and his relationship to Orochimaru. Mitsuki wakes up in Orochimaru’s lab, his memory having been erased. My mother or my father? To which the former villain responds that it is irrelevant. Similar scenes in anime show Orochimaru stating that he has appeared as both male and female, but it doesn’t really matter. However, the inclusion in the anime of a canonically female character is not a surprise. Naruto Although canon is admirable it is even more difficult to believe that it is Orochimaru, given the villain’s history.



Mitsuki questions Orochimaru in Boruto.

It is not an understatement to state that Orochimaru has been called one of the most beautiful places on Earth. NarutoThe most terrifying villains. Orochimaru, unlike other threats like Paine, Gaara, and Obito isn’t just a person who has suffered significant trauma. Orochimaru’s motivations are dominated by arrogance, spite, and jealousy. It is absolutely horrendous that Orochimaru plans to steal bodies from people like Sasuke or Itachi. Orochimaru is a villain with a lot of baggage, especially when it involves Queer coding. It’s understandable, even if it’s not binary. NarutoFans are not cheering for this piece of representation. However, Orochimaru’s many war crimes aside, it is clear that Orochimaru has changed a lot since the time of Boruto. Although Orochimaru’s methods of setting Mitsuki’s path are at best questionable, it is clear that Orochimaru cares about his son and wants the best for him. All this has led to mixed results in terms of representation.


Some of the issues with Orochimaru being non-binary are due to the knowledge about the character. NarutoSome of the problems are due to the series’ lack of representation. A series with as many cast members as possible is difficult to maintain. Naruto’sIt is an unfortunate sign of the era in which it was made that the series’ only Queer character, a former villain obsessed about stealing bodies, is prominent. Fans of NarutoCan only hope. Boruto introduces more Queer ninjas with less problematic history in the future.

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