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The Kagema look like women in the pics - like Geisha. Do the words say otherwise or something? Perhaps someone can include some documentary evidence for the Kagema in the entry?
It is a factor of facial features, hairdo style, headgear, weaponry, clothing style, posture, position, activity, commentary and context. In this case it is the cap that is the giveaway, it was worn by kabuki actors after they had been ordered by the government to shave their front hair in order to render them less sexy. -Haiduc 03:33, 30 October 2005 (UTC)
I have many pictures of kagema, but unfortunately I do not know how to print them on WIKIPEDIA. -Hadrianvs et antinovs (talk)Hadrianvs —Preceding comment was added at 15:59, 30 January 2008 (UTC)