The fact that Grelle Sutcliff, from “Black Butler” by Yana Toboso is an openly trans woman in a very bigoted time period is important. (While being transgender was illegal in Victorian England, which is where the story takes place, Grelle is able to openly identify as & live as a woman, because she’s a shinigami, & the shinigami have different laws than the humans do. However, they still have the same bigoted mindset.)
The fact that she’s a tomboy is important.
The fact that she sometimes cross-dresses (,& by “cross-dressing,” I mean wearing traditionally male clothing. When she wears traditionally female clothing, it’s not cross-dressing. She’s a woman. When she wears traditionally male clothing, that’s cross-dressing.) is important.
The fact that she’s not exclusively attracted to men (She is biromantic.) is important.
The fact that she doesn’t fit the stereotype for trans women is important.
The fact that she has a mixed orientation (She is a biromantic heterosexual.) is important.
The fact that she’s polyamorous is important.
The fact that she committed unforgivable sins in the Jack the Ripper arc but we see in the Campania arc that she has reformed & moved on from her past sins is important.
The fact that she’s possibly Autistic is important.
While Grelle’s not a main character, she’s a really important one.
Seriously, people, this woman is so important.