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Aoiblue

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  1. Actually it is unisex. The term doesn't imply that we are the female counterpart of a royal family of any sort. It just basically means we belong to them, and hence the apostrophe in the term, "Queen's".

    Qn: "whose fans are u?"

    Ans: "we are Queen's!" <--- this explicitly implies that we belong to our queens, and in this case, T-ara.

    =)

    It's a lot better and appropriate than "Queens" since guys can't really call themselves that. With the apostrophe, the meaning changed and everything is good!

    Going back that, we might as well should've been called T-ara's then =P

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