What would Michiru and Haruka families would be like?

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Jul 6, 2018
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We know about the inners and their families, albeit very little. We know nothing about Haruka and Michiru and I always wondered what kind of families they come from and why they basically cut ties with them. What would you imagine these family backgrounds be like?
 
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I don't think they cut ties with them. Let's be real: given the series' track record, Michiru's and Haruka's parents are probably just dead.
 
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I don't think they cut ties with them. Let's be real: given the series' track record, Michiru's and Haruka's parents are probably just dead.
Yeah, but in case they are not. Like we might never know. Even if they are dead, they were alive at some point and still it is interesting what kind of people raised them.
 
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Their parents were probably artists and/or academics. Something that would allow Michiru and Haruka to be raised in wealth and culture.
 
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Their parents were probably artists and/or academics. Something that would allow Michiru and Haruka to be raised in wealth and culture.
I believe so for Michiru, as for Haruka I can imagine something like Arisa's family from Fruits Basket. Plus I can totally see Haruka being part of a gang for a while.
 
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I wonder if Haruka’s parents reprimanded her for being masculine. Neptune says that Uranus is “both a man and a woman” and that felt very vague because she didn’t go into detail.
 
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I wonder if Haruka’s parents reprimanded her for being masculine. Neptune says that Uranus is “both a man and a woman” and that felt very vague because she didn’t go into detail.
I think she meant it as if Haruka has the best qualities and strengths of both genres. Something many cultures say about people, without any woke subtext.
 
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They say they have “patrons.” I never understood what they meant. Can someone clarify?
They're high end escorts They have people who give them money to support their artistic/athletic output (like how many YouTubers and podcasters today have a Patreon page)
 
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One thing that is quite clear is that Michiru comes from wealth: violins, even basic ones for beginners, are expensive, and to be so skilled at 16 she must have started early.
I think she meant it as if Haruka has the best qualities and strengths of both genres. Something many cultures say about people, without any woke subtext.
Considering this is Michiru, I think the choice of words was intended to make them think about a subtext that wasn't there.