This actually seems really good... I've read a few chapters here and there but I'm not sure if I should commit to it. It makes you want to root for Asako and the mc which kinda disturbs me. Also this chapter was a bit too much... but it doesnt seem like a fetish manga somehow. Maybe if it is mentioned as abuse in the story then I'll be more understanding. I don't think Asako is a bad person but she's definitely doing something wrong and this story seems quite realistic so it's hard to view it as "it's just manga".
I think for that boy, even though he loves her he doesn't have the maturity to handle an adult woman's issues and he ends up feeling too dependent on her, as would be the case with any such relationship. I don’t remember their exact ages. She is stringing him along in a weird relationship that is very unequal even if she's not outright abusing him. Anyway, I read somewhere that, even given the argument that a relationship like this might not cause harm to the child it still makes it wrong to go into it because of the high probability that it will cause harm.
What is even...? Why?
This is getting really weird. I'm sorry. Why do they have to be children still? And why are we watching them do these suggestive things? And isn't Evie supposed to be a teenager in a child's body?
I personally don't mind this development too much because Ayaka had a sort of outside information as you say but I would've liked it infinitely more if she had left Hiroko alone for a while and Hiroko had come to the conclusion that she wants to be with Ayaka by herself. It does feel a bit forced that Ayaka keeps charging and a bit one sided to be honest. And I'm not sure at what point Hiroko fell for Ayaka or why other than liking her cause she's cute.
Hahah, I'm starting to wonder if maybe in Japan it's not that uncommon for an older male senior colleague to have a relationship with a younger woman in the workplace. That would kinda make sense that they don't really seem that bothered by it when in my view it's more pressing than them being the same gender lol...
That being said while Ayaka works with Hiroko and Yuuya and all of those as her seniors she doesn't really meet up much with the higher ups and doesn't know what their view are. Hiroko knows and she's terrified that once they know they will make her work life very difficult for her. They will be jealous that two attractive women aren't getting married with men and have decided to be together and become resentful. That's how homophobic older men behave. So I get Hiroko but also why is she going on dates with Ayaka? Lol I found that part really weird
I mean I wouldn't say they are toxic but they don't seem ready for a relationship and Hiroko lol, she's being kinda cruel... I mean she knows Ayaka is like... in love with her? Why does she kiss her and then leave her coldly like that? it was still hot though
I remember getting excited during the first chapter's release... ooh a yuri isekai story with a system forcing our lead to follow the original plot of being a villainess... that was an interesting read! This (current arc) is ALSO a good and precious story.. it's just not consistent with the start and I have no idea how the author will even make it make sense.
Yeah I don't even know where this is going. She's supposedly going to the past to stop the wolf attack, right? And then what? The story ends? There's something with that villain guy selling children to the demons or something (I forgot) and he may be involved and not the actual demons but like I don't get it??? Also mildly uncomfortable knowing this is older Yvonne actually and flirting with child Elsa. I mean she's not doing anything, though actually there's the suggestion that they're going to kiss, idk...
I would have better preferred it if Yvonne slowly found out about Elsa's sad past if they wanted to add drama rather than sending her back to the past.
Also I have a problem with all these isekais, why do they never mention the protagonists past life? I mean surely it affects them if they remember it, right?