Yuri has always been about ambiguity and tenderness. I'm not disappointed at all whether or not they end up in a romantic relationship with each other. I too have shipping brain but more than that I want a story presented with artfulness and beauty, and that is exactly what this series is. Not every series has to have a romantic conclusion.
Koyuki has become one of my all-time favorite characters at this point. She reminds me of the time in my life where I felt I had to be superior to other people to fight my own lack of self-worth. Being able to accept yourself is more important than being more talented or more attractive than other people. I think this manga depicts that beautifully.
Yes. It started as yaoi thing, but like with everything, people liked it and started to use it to het and yuri as well, as seen in this story. And when applied to yuri story, the omega tropes become really insulting since alpha has a dick.
Examining the power/consent dynamics in omegaverse stuff is not going to be super productive since dubcon is kinda baked in.
Yes, that's why I said ignoring that, though I'm definitely not happy with those stories continuing spreading those toxic power relationships and it's not rape if they enjoyed it message.
Yeah I think this is what bothers me, there's this constant narrative of "it's not rape if they enjoyed it". It's the fact that it's backed by this entire fandom, and produces so many stories with that narrative. I always say fiction is fiction, and people should write and read what they want...but it feels strange to me that there's an entire large and growing fandom with this mentality.
Yeah, that's seem to be going here with what the description of the sisters said, you can translate by "the little sister humily and rape her big sister but it's ok since they love each other and the big sister is in reality a M". It's like the author try to cover themselves.
Tbh, i would rather had the Mikanuji Omegaverse HinaSayo Futa doujin to begin this tag but i feel like it's rather an exception in the genre.
I’m not necessarily against the abusive parent thing, it’s just cartoonish here. This feels really rushed and soap opera-esque. Plus it happened just in time to interrupt the big confession lmao. Just feels trashy
-I‘m a butch, my gf is femme
-I do the cooking, my gf does the laundry
-I‘m a giant scaredy cat and my gf loves horror
The biggest difference is that my gf was more of the initiator of our relationship. Anyways I love this series because it feels so close to home and similar to experiences I’ve had :) Inui Ayu is great at capturing a cozy atmosphere
I am a trans woman dating a nonbinary afab person and I thought this story would go in that direction since Hime always seemed pretty disillusioned with being perceived as a girl. Instead we got after school special-quality vignettes about the lives of random characters who are never relevant to the plot again, and a main character whose entire emotional journey leads her to... being comfortable with being a straight woman?
I guess the message of this series is that it’s okay to be LGBT as long as you’re an accessory to a generic het romance. I can’t believe I used to look forward to new chapters of this. 2/10 because I at least enjoyed the bits of lesbian content at the beginning