That scene with the two sitting on a bench at the park... they should have kissed and accepted each other's feelings right then and there.
"Being with you makes me so happy that it puts me in a trance" + that look she gives Yori
I am starting to worry about the girl's intellectual capacatiy that she cannot fathom herself that this equals Yori's desired answer...
...where's BV? I need someone to insert the "just kiss already" meme XD
Honestly I'm am not entirely convinced she isnt on the spectrumif an admittedly mild case. Her emotional and social understanding skills seem notably limited, and she isnt sheltered or isolated but instead is extremely outgoing and rather than a lack of experience is simply worse in those fields.
If kase was a guy (which she is pretty much written as one) everyone would think she was being really controlling and unfair. But i guess thats ok with two girls! I really dont think the author knows how actual lesbian relationships work instead just writes a het relationship but with two girls.
I'm not a lesbian so it might be different here, but at least from the view of someone in a gay relationship it doesn't seem horribly different than a straight one. Are lesbians different somhow?
Man, I wish the whole love triangle thing didn't exist
I wanted supportive friends with no hidden feelings existing
I do appreciate that the friend with hidden feelings is fully aware of the other two ends and seems fully supportive with no attempts to undercut or sabotage what's going on (at least not yet) I feel like she resigned her feelings as unrequited and accepted that before chapter 1.
Fetishizing? Is this a hentai? I thought it was just something the characters like to do/talk about like music or play table games... Is like, you want to make it look worse just because you don't like it.
Queer people aren't a hobby is the thing and treating them like one is kind of dehumanizing. It'd be different if it were part of a broader enjoyment of shipping in general but obsessing over and idealizing a minority group that you aren't a part of (in this case queer men) isn't a great look especially considering how entrenched stereotypes are in this kind of fandom. It's not functionally different from white dudes talking about "yellow fever."
Its bad and not even exciting. Also depictures of incestual pedophilia. Yay.
I mean pedophilia aside, I dont think there is anything especially wrong with incest when potential children are not a factor. If all parties want it I dont think there is much argument against it beyond "icky". Granted its icky on an instinctual level to prevent humans from defaulting to their siblings as sexual partners, as seen in some species like dogs. but when two consenting adults are not subject to that particular mental block I cant think of a good reason to object.
Granted there is a child in this case so that all goes out the window and I've just realized I've gone on a pro incest rant so I think I'll stop while I'm ahead.
literally had to google what a summer fling is and i gotta say thats pretty cool and sad at the same time, it'd really suck just breaking things off but i dunno maybe if it was for the better but still just ending it right then and there is pretty sad.
Did.... did you not read the end? Blonde reveals she is going to a college nearby instead of in the city so they dont have to be separated
Yandere and creep factor aside, this may be one of the most toxic relationships I've seen on this site. I have personally known someone like that and what their manipulation and need to be neccessary does to the other part is horrific in the long term. At a certain point they are conditioned to the point that this illusion of uselessness becomes real and the dependence the other person has on them all but permanent.
In regards to the affection thing, the relationship between Sakurako and Kasumi is very close (unnervingly so at times) to the one my boyfriend and I have, ignoring the fact that we are late 20s gay men and not cute anime girls. To avoid just filling this comment with a small essay on the parallels, the relevant part of the comparison is this; I (the Sakurako) come from a very touchy-feely family, lots of hugs and kisses, lots of "I love you's" Whenever we say goodbye or hello or whenever, which leads me to want to be attached to him at basically all times. He, on the other hand, comes from a much more reserved family where skinship and overt affection was more reserved, and he often feels like he has had enough, or more than enough skinship and affection between us just from what I give him so he rarely shows me overt affection unless its something special. Which is all to say that, given Sakurako is even more pushy and clingy than I am, Kasumi being exhausted and lacking the or desire energy to return any of Sakurako's overt displays of affection doesn't actually say much or anything about her feelings.
Is it really lolicon if they're both in highschool
Yes, it’s lolicon until they’re legal. However, legal lolis exist too
that's not.... really the case, generally speaking lolicon refers to children or very young teens, or people who look like them, conflating that with middle to older teens and just making it basically mean minor kind of renders its use as a tag nil, and also means that like 80% of the manga on this site should be tagged lolicon
@DC3 Momo and todoroki are the two classmates that got in on recommendation and they worked together in the final exam arc, however, todoroki seems largely indifferent to momo and momo largely seems to feel envy towards him more than anything else, wishing she was as strong, composed and reliable as him. Momo and Kyouka tend to hang out a lot, in the when the class splits into groups socially to talk those two are almost always together, Kyouka also immediately thinks "cute" when she sees momo, blushes extremely heavily when momos shirt breaks, and is honestly quite protective of her, shielding her in fights more than once despite momo arguably being the better fighter. i would say there is a decent chance they are implying a crush on Kyoukas part, however, there is no real evedance of it being mutual.