Also, while it's not true for everyone (depending on ie. time of transition), I don't see any controversy in stating most trans girls are, on average, stronger than cis girls. I've never been particularly strong (quite the opposite) yet I'm stronger than most girls just by default, even if it's not necessarily by a lot. Akira just acknowledges her build and the fact that she is stronger than most girls, which I could only view as positive. She's finally starting to accept herself and that she isn't less of a girl just because her body is different than most girls'.
Definitely had my fair share of stupid conflicts like this throughout the years, but these ones are just absolutely adorable to see pissed after they've done more or less nothing but blush for 70 chapters straight
I just read through the entire thing and haru straight up said that her mom herself had referred to midori as her best friend at some point. I don't know why that wouldn't send the message that she was a lot closer than midori had perceived? It explains why she'd only kept midori's number as well. Despite going along with everyone, she never managed to stress how important midori was to her.
The deal with midori making bentos for tsugumi also clearly pointed to them being quite close. Tsugumi never showed any explicit interest in anyone else, and clearly valued midori's bentos.
(Tilt head) Seriously? What's so hard to understand? Hime's trying to figure out who she is, and he's play-dating her to help her figure it out. None of this is complicated.
If you just aren't bothering to read it, then fine, you don't have to read it, you don't have to like it, but then go away?
There's no need for the belittling tone is there? I don't see the reason why you'd get mad at my one line of thought in particular. Plenty of people have shared their problems with this series already.
I'm just checking in when a new chapter drops because I'm curious about its progression. I don't mean to intrude on your peace.
I always interpreted Akira as being into Ayako, but never actually having done anything with it and that her sexual comments is humour more than anything, or at least something Ayako just tolerates. I certainly could say what she does to close friends without there being any explicit meaning to it, so I'm surprised how seemingly "canon" them having a past relationship is. When she says she'll never be worthy of loving her, wouldn't a past relationship mean she'd say "I wasn't worthy" or refer to anything that went wrong? I feel it's a lot more of an unrequited love thing than that of an ex.
Considering how Ayako's romantic interactions with Asuka's made her think of her late husband and not Akira would suggest to me at least that it's the only romantic partner she's had. Otherwise a same-sex relationship surely would make her think of her time with Akira?
Also, when she says "I don't mind if it's me though", I'm pretty sure she refers to letting Asuka be romantic with her? Since Akira said it's pretty cold of her, as in, allowing a one-sided romantic relationship. There's absolutely no way she'd say she'd be fine with Akira fucking her, that just doesn't fit the situation here or what she's said previously.
I totally called that siscest though. I wonder if senpai made advances on her little sister and the parents found out hence why she is living by herself and she changed her number and hasn't seen her in years
Just how young were they when it happened then? Senpai can't be more than a couple years older than Asuka in the flashback, who was what, 14? so did the senpai advance on her younger sister when she was around 12? Seems way too young to throw your kid out regardless of what she does
Man, why do I keep thinking that a high school manga would be anything but high school melodrama?
Really hoping they keep that momo guy for a later chapter and that his existence isn't just a convenient advice dispenser. But then again, if he comes back, he'll likely be that anyway judging by how this manga's been up till now.