Inside This Girly Bodysuit, There's a LadyBrian Ashcraft6/12/12 4:01amFiled to: Culture smashCosplayJapanKotakueastTopFbtweet1241EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink"Dollers", as they are called in English, are traditionally men. They are men who wear full bodysuits, frilly dresses, and anime heads. But Miina is no dude. Miina is a female, but just don't call her a doller. Advertisement "I think that the dollers dress up as dolls by as an extension of cosplay and I don't want to be categorized as a doller or a cosplayer because I don't put on an act," Miina said in a recent interview with Metropolis. "I don't change my character or personality to match my kigurumi as others do.""Doller" is a type of "kigurumi" (着ぐるみ), a mix of the Japanese for "to wear" ("kiru" 着る) and "plush toy" ("nuigurumi" ぬいくるみ).Miina covers her entire body, from head to toe, in a skin suit. She wears a mask that doesn't breathe much and is hard to see out of. When in costume, Miina must be lead by the hand and cannot wear her get-up for long periods of time.ShareTweet Kinja is in read-only mode. We are working to restore service.