I prefer to interpret the ending as she indeed killed the other girls and last few pages are just wishful thinking. It is showing the darker side of human yet that human still yearn for understanding, how lonely and awful it could be.
Are we really still having characters thinking girls only get together in girls schools and those relationships stop after they graduate in the year of our lord 2020, I want to put a bullet in the brain of the class S genre
But generally relationship start from highschool doesn't hold up during college years. They may even broken up and find comfort at other women :v. This isn't really a class S piece by any stretch.
This start outs with promising premise and end up like a big disapointment. also main character of series got sidelined. It is horrendous to be remind that some so-called "LGBTQ+ Manga" is just reserved, and written for str8 folks who want to feel good about being ally.
I usually think saeko is a childish moron but I vibe with her in this chapter much. Miwa think by top-ing, she can show how much she loves saeko, and saeko with such complex feeling toward herself (I will restrain myself from speculate on the reason), she thinks by faking orgasm she can keep the relationship.I think saeko has survive many hardship and have this defense mechanism of childish moron personality to prevent people reach to her, she maybe afraid of being too vulnerable around her partners, the sense of you go all in/ bare to with all your flaws and emotions somehow is hard to even think about with many. Ya failed sex is like a red flag a relationship going downhill but I deeply hope they can still be together. Totally rooted for them
So like I don’t get the problem with single target sexuality? I know to each their own and all but like a few people seem to be against it and I just want to know why? I’m curious.
I dislike it for a few reasons, the biggest one for me is that in yuri and yaoi in particular, it is often used as a way to sort of distance the work from the LGBT community, it almost feels like the author is slapping a big NO HOMO sticker on the work "they're not gay, they just love each other". I dislike it for other reasons as well, for example, it gives sort of soul mate vibes, which is not something I'm a fan of in romantic works. It's also used as a hand wave, which is what this work mostly used it for, where it is sort of used as a way to avoid any difficult discussions about the deception.
Of course if the line about single target sexuality is bad if we look at it alone, but I think commenter blow this out of proportional by disregarding the context as well as the characterization of the main character. In fact I think 80% convo happened in this thread is about cherry-pick action/words, cut it off from the context and comment of how bad it is. It is just show how people sometimes lack of reading comprehension at a time.
Shit, this is me in highschool. Dating girl behind close door, treating them like shit by hiding away. Feeling tremendously guilty and ashamed because I am the one who "seduce" them to the "wrong" path. Always feel like I robbed them a chance of having a "normal" life. Trying to protect exes by claiming that you pursue them first, they did not thing wrong, I was the one made them behave that way. If you start question why the premise of this story is dumb, then I'm glad you haven't been experienced what I have gone through. Also this is not unique to Japan, some of y'all from other countries that considered homosexuality as deviant feel the same pain too.
This didn't really come off as sweet to me. I think the longer the lying went on, the more I couldn't get fluffy feelings from this manga. She just accepted that her partners has been lying to her? What a doormat. Toxic behaviour.
Ah This is why we cannot nice thing right.... :|. I think the lying is justified well and both characters understand the impact of their own decision, they not simply getting away with it. Saying something toxic because you simply don't understand is showing your own naivete about relationship as a whole. I personally think lying is a fundamental part of any relationship, but why it you do that is mattered most. People can lie to cover up their own trauma and it is not necessarily a bad thing.