Then she started eying the mirror, and I thought: more like omnivore.
It looks more like Snow whats to break the mirror into a million pieces and bury each one in a separate hole to me.
With hearts flying overhead as she says, "We shall get along better with the mirror too!"? Looks like she has her eyes on a 3P to me. If she's mad at the mirror...oh, what sweet torture might she be plotting!
Just curious if anyone knows... When I looked up this mangaka on Baka-Updates, it listed them as female, and the website profile I found also lists them as female, so I'm going with that. But this page of Wife and Wife implies that Minamoto-san is a man. Mistranslation, ambiguous original phrasing, or did the mangaka's gender change in the meanwhile?
As much as I would love to see Uta with Kaoru, I can't deny I'd feel a little bad for the brother when he's done nothing wrong and genuinely cares for both his sister and wife. I also don't know if I'd be happy if they tried to throw in some drama where the brother did something terrible like cheating to get the main characters together, because that would feel like the cheap and "easy" way out with little satisfaction tbh. What I wouldn't mind seeing is if Kaoru actually fell in love with Uta, and fighting with her own emotions or something. Still, regardless of the route the author decides to go, I'm excited to read it to the end.
IDK, Brother's tepid feelings toward his wife (especially when imouto is near) makes me wonder if he's not well aware of her feelings ... and has been for some time. I half expect to see him dealing with his conflicted emotions toward the two of them.
How could a parent hurt their child when they come out to them? I can never understand such cruelty.
Tell me about it. I mean, coming out as gay or trans is no easy thing. My kid ended up in counseling for a while, just trying to figure themselves out, never mind how to explain it to others. But now they feel guilty complaining about any little difficulties they face just because they've met so many people--through the counselors' group sessions and other organizations they've gotten involved in--who are in so much worse situations... homeless, disowned, beaten, abused in the name of religion...the list goes on. Breaks my heart sometimes.
Of course, explaining the surgery to the grandparents was no easy task, either. ;-)