A lot of people claiming Sayaka doesn't have all the pieces are missing crucial details like this one, I feel. Nakatani seems to be way too subtle for a lot of people with details like this.
That's a good catch. Still, Sayaka is not aware of the whole picture. She knows about Touko's weak side, and Touko's past. But there is no evidence that would suggest she knows the specifics of the relationship between Touko and Yuu, or the detailed specifics of Touko's mental hangups. Sayaka has good instincts, she did her homework on Touko's past, and she plays close attention to Touko, but she can't literally read minds, and she can't see what Touko and Yuu do when she's not around.
Goodness gracious. So in order to meet Touko's dating standards, you have to not only promise never to fall in love with her, but also have her entire brain downloaded.
Alright real talk... Can we all agree how stupid that exam is? A proper exam should have the possibility that all students can pass at the same time, as well as the possibility that they all fail. Imagine if regular schools did this? you had full marks on the exam, no mistakes at all, but because someone handed in their testsheet before you did, you fail.
It's more like a tryout for a sports team than a school exam. One might wonder why the whole hierarchy thing exists at all, like why does being a witch have to be a competition? Have shounen action tropes infected the entire manga multiverse?
I don't mind the contract tbh. To me it's clearly Liz's personal way of lightening up their relationship. She's not literally declaring that Maki is her slave who can't say no and has to obey her every whim. She's making a joke acknowledging that she's a difficult and demanding person and that Maki will have to adapt to that if she wants to date her. (which she very much does)
I think the lolicon tag makes sense here, (it's clearly what the author was going for) but it begs the question of why more works on this site don't have it, for instance almost every Madoka doujin. Wouldn't this standard make Inuyasha a lolicon work?
So he's still a guy, after all. That totally makes sense... but drave me confused.
I would react different in his place. I'm a guy and I'm OK with it, but... If suddenly I woke up one morning with a female body, I think I would end assuming my new gender and actually become a girl. What does that mean? Am I some kind of agender or something?
That's not weird. A lot of people go through life without really thinking or caring about their gender and just take the path of least resistance. Even still though, I'm sure if your body was enough different from your idea of what it should be, you'd be uncomfortable.