I understand. I think i would feel like that if my favorite yuri artist, Takemiya Jin, started doing a het series too. Well, not crying on the pillow bad, but i'll definitely feel like i might not see another yuri story from her if she gets to passionate of succesful with that story.
Honestly, the day Jin wrote het would probably be the day the Earth froze over, so I'll take solace in that.
Not interested in this if it's going to turn het, so I don't blame the preemptive drop. The last few pages already suggest a het ending anyways.
You guys should read the other works revolving around Yui. She's essentially like this through most of the stories lol.
Smooth womanizer who leaves women when they fall too deep in love with her.
Would still sleep with her though. That's some fine pick up line.
Marina x Yuri! Woo!!
The pacing did change out of nowhere, but it's okay.
I agree with Yuricrunch. Shounen fight pacing is terribad. Shounens should have a fight concluded in 1-2 chapters x.x Specially things like One Piece that drag on for 20+ chapters.
There was not enough development but they wanted to end it so I guess it's understandable that they rushed through this manga.
I'm still sad that it ended so abruptly, this could have gotten a lot more popularity.
I'm glad that we finally started to get some yuri. I was getting worried it was all just gna be onee-chan lusting after imouto with nothing happening.
So can I start shipping the Captain Lady x Yuri yet?
I consider this series to be yuri. I just watched episode 1 of season 3, and omfg. They don't even hide that they want this to be yuri. Every time Illya tells Shirou not to touch Miyu, I don't think of it as "Don't touch her, because I like you and if you touch her I'll be jealous." I think of it as "Don't touch her because she's my waifu, not yours!"
IS IT PRIVILEGE CHECKING TIME? CAUSE I THINK ITS PRIVILEGE CHECKING TIME. Transmisogynist top lel. This is a Yuri Manga of all things, get outta here with your tumblrspeak you silly goose, you.
"Transmisogyny (sometimes trans-misogyny) is the intersection of transphobia and misogyny. It was coined by Julia Serano in her 2007 book Whipping Girl and used to describe the unique discrimination faced by trans women because of 'the assumption that femaleness and femininity are inferior to, and exist primarily for the benefit of, maleness and masculinity', and the way that transphobia intensifies the misogyny faced by trans women (and vice versa)."
Read a book it'll do you some good.
"Julia Serano states in Whipping Girl that 'When the majority of jokes made at the expense of trans people center on 'men wearing dresses' or 'men who want their penises cut off' that is not transphobia – it is transmisogyny. When the majority of violence and sexual assaults committed against trans people is directed at trans women, that is not transphobia – it is transmisogyny.'"
He wasn't presented as trans though, right? He was just another victim of his sister going crazy. I don't think this is really an example of a harmful depiction of a trans person, or really a depiction of a trans person at all.
He crossdressed to fool his sister's rapists and eventually help his sister murder them. He even explicitly said himself that he doesn't want to crossdress anymore because at the end of the day, he's a guy. That's when his sister cut his penis off and forcefully made him go through operations.
I agree with topkek. If you're going to label something, at least label it properly. This series is not misogynistic. If anything, with the way his sister thinks of men, what she did to him and how men are portrayed in this series, if labeled, it would be misandrist. Of course, labeling it as misandry is ridiculous to begin with. It's not like the author is going around thinking "I HATE MEN! MEN ARE THE WORST SO IMA MAKE THEM THE VILLAINS IN EVERY SCENARIO!" when it's been hinted that the encompassing 'bad guy' is a woman.
Is it so hard to enjoy a series just because it's about a main character who is an ex-serial killer, psychopathic lesbian womanizer who wants her own harem? I mean, how often do you see that in multi-chapter yuri series'? Apparently finding false labels to point at is what people are into lately.
tfw you go all "Kuroko can be sweet without being perverted or psycho" and then it all crumbles when you realize she just did it to get Rinko to stay with her so she could sleep with her in a few years >.> Oh Kuroko. At least she's waiting.
I absolutely love Chiyo though. The chapter where she went "I'm going to get my woman back" made me feel all sorts of hnnnnnngh feels. Chiyo, you're waifu material. I'm glad she's pretty badass and not just some background do-nothing character.
Wait, if you unlocked a chapter thats in Korean, then the translated version of that chapter pops up after a few days, do you get to read that chapter without the need to unlock it considering the fact that its the same chapter? Or do you have to unclock the translated one and use another 3coins?
It doesn't cost an extra 3 coins. You're using an overlay to read the Korean chapter in English. Once you have the chapter unlocked, you have it unlocked. It won't cost you extra.
I really enjoyed that the first time I saw it, but then I went all "Wait...Sungji's top?! I just assumed Sumin would top her...but this...I'm on board with this too..." So now I dun care who tops. I just want the two to get together damn it >:|
Like, there doesn't even need to be any sekusu. Just date!