it seems they just threw in that section any work that had subtext moments or at least 1 lesbian girl, like for real, do you consider maria holic a yuri??! just because the main girl is a lesbian, i'm not sure if she came to love the trap but because the show was obviously hinting towards it i dropped the show.
maria holic is a comedy with yuri. she does not fall in love with the trap and i do not remember the show ever hinting that they would get together.
what probably happens is the big aggregator sites have some bots or something that monitor sites for releases (readers/scanlator sites) and they rip new releases, slap a watermark on it, and release it on their website. there are probs also people that see new releases and upload them to those sites independently.
Really they're wasting alot of breeding potential, just by making half the women play "daddy". In a situation like this, you would think it would be all wombs on deck.
Author created only women world, to then separate them by sex and make same sex relationship taboo. What's the point? If they wanted to write forbidden relationship story, couldn't they just write about all female/male military school in our world?
the point was to show how stupid the system is and to make paralles with similar social structures irl. thats why at the end, everyone ditched the system and decided to just go with whoever they liked.
Since evidently there's a way to place anyone on a scale according to their degrees of sexual and romantic inclination, there's going to some term for where Yuu falls, but I suspect we don't have enough evidence to determine exactly where that will be quite yet.
I stand my ground that Yuu's Toukosexual.
(After all, we're all expecting her to end up with Touko, so it matters little to the story what her actual orientation is).
You’re certainly correct—at this point Yuu is a poster child for:
But, understandably, people who feel underrepresented in culture are interested in finding figures they can identify with, and Yuu has had the potential to be one of those,
eeeh i wouldnt say yuu is is a poster child for single target sexuality. i dont think shes even had a "i dont like girls, i like touko" moment. shes just, again, not aware that you can slowly fall in love with someone. she simply never gave anyone enough time for any feelings to develop as she has always expected to be swept off her feet.
Also, in regard to the “Let me touch you!” “Not there!” scene:
So did things escalate quickly into Schlick City (almost impossible), was this a prelude to the haircut in some way, or something else?
yeah its supposed to be her getting her hair cut. you'll notice that scene happens immediately after indou moves the hair from in front of her eyes. ooba notices that when the hair is out of the way, indou is really cute so she gives her a hair cut.
shes not asexual or aromantic. she just believes that romance happens like in shoujo manga where someone shows up and sweeps you off your feet and that it would happen to her like that. she gets confused about her feelings because that didnt happen between her and touko and she did not know that you could gradually come to love someone over time.
I'm losing my mind because of this page :D https://i.imgur.com/BGZZCZ3.png
I found it on instagram, no tag that leads to the name of the manga, no clue, the author of the post says nothing.
The drawings remind me Nanzaki Iku works, but I browsed a lot of them and didn't found any matches.