Normally, I tend to avoids ABO stories. I find it like a cheap excuse. A marriage between two women in Omegaverse can be glossed over as straight marriage. In fact, it is.
An omega paired with an alpha because that's how it's 'supposed to be'. How is that any different than the justification for straight relationship?
There's some exceptions, though. Like this one. The omega protagonist gets to know her love interest under the assumption that she was an alpha, it was because of some lingering pheromones to boot. But the protagonist doesn't gives up in pursuing her love interest, even after knowing she's practically is a beta. This alone has thrown away the stigma carried over by the ABO setting. I can enjoy this kind of stories.
Her resolve to stay true with her love interest, even after finding out that she was only fallen in love because of some leftover pheromones, is just icing to the cake. A very well done twist ending, and in a good encouraging way.
Uh... met in the hospital... has been hospitalized for one (possible more) year... and then the sudden nosebleed... they brush it off as a joke in this chapter, and I really hope there isn't any hidden meaning to it...
Always Human, a promising webcomic by walkingnorth. It's new, only 4 short chapter so far. There's a backsound music if you read with webtoons apps (or maybe with browser too? I didn't try..)
The story set is in the future, in a world where nano-machines is used in daily life. In this world where people can change their style easily by using nano-machine mod, the MC is attracted to a girl who never changed her style...
To be honest, if you remove your yuri googles, Ran's emotional involvement toward Keiko may be totally non romantic.
She cares a lot for her, as maybe she would for an older sister who has life issues.
We seek yuri here because Shou wrote yuri before, but there's no indication that this is actual yuri or that any romance, even one-sided, is taking place.
So I let a friend to read Stretch that has been saved on my phone. She doesn't know where the source is, and she isn't a manga person either. She's straight too... And yet she can tell the yuri subtext elements in it. Well, maybe she was biased. I also told her she might be biased.
Then she let another friend to read it from her phone. She said she should let me read it because I might into this stuff...