I watched part of an anime recently where they took historical figures from Japanese history and turned them into high school girls. It was pretty inane. But I liked the idea of gender reversal, just not in the weird fetish/moe way that they did it.
There’s few things about most American folk heroes that can’t be converted to a feminine gender. 
So, here’s Janey Crockett. Have plans on working on more as warmups, (Have John Henry lined up next, I think) but that is open to me being distracted by some other random, shiny idea. I’d like to see other people do this sort of thing too, so if it catches your fancy, go nuts. 
Tag with “femfolkheroes” if you make one!

I watched part of an anime recently where they took historical figures from Japanese history and turned them into high school girls. It was pretty inane. But I liked the idea of gender reversal, just not in the weird fetish/moe way that they did it.

There’s few things about most American folk heroes that can’t be converted to a feminine gender. 

So, here’s Janey Crockett. Have plans on working on more as warmups, (Have John Henry lined up next, I think) but that is open to me being distracted by some other random, shiny idea. I’d like to see other people do this sort of thing too, so if it catches your fancy, go nuts. 

Tag with “femfolkheroes” if you make one!

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    Queen of the wild frontier!
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    Steven Sanders’ Genderbent American Folk Heroes Challenge I would love to see more of these.
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