"Just a little longer and she won't be a minor anymore" "it's fine because she looks matue" "there being worse out there makes this acceptable"
Are you people actually listening to yourselves right now? I so badly regret looking in the comments section more than once, won't make this mistake ever again. Why are yuri communities so awful...
for a while I was wondering why I felt like something was off in this art style, but I finally realized it's because nobody has teeth no matter what angle they're viewed from or how wide open their mouths are
I was prepared to see a lot of "wow what a nice happy ending :) :)" in the comments despite my disappointments with it but I'm glad to see that I'm not the only one who thinks it's absolute nonsense that the straight couple got so much focus
it's possible to date someone and still be friends though?
I just hope this isn't gonna be yet another series that lingers far too uncomfortably long on the whole "but girls dating girls is WEIRD!" phase of the process of the protagonist finally begrudgingly admitting her own sexuality
Anyone else getting kinda weirded out by the fact that these characters seem to think that the fact that they've had previous relationships is something to be ashamed of and/or something to hide from their partners
I've been waiting for this one, hooray!
For those who aren't familiar, the original LN actually went pretty deep into a few LGBT topics (not just the L ones), more so than the average yuri series ever does anyway. I'm definitely curious to see if they do those parts justice in this adaptation.
a homosexual character who explicitly establishes the fact that they're homosexual? in a yuri manga?
it's strange how rare and comforting that is.
it's a weird and wild and wacky world of "I'm not lesbian I just make an exception for 1 girl bcuz we're young & crazy" and "b-but we're both girls & I've never liked a girl before" out there
lesbians aside I've always found something kinda disturbing about the whole "morals committee" thing. recruiting kids to actively hunt down and squash other kids' attempts to express their individuality, for little more than a feeling of superiority over their peers? feels kinda, well, dystopian, yeah?
but I suppose manga as a medium is no stranger to the concept of portraying disturbing things as "moe"
so it literally took her 18 parts to realize that lesbians exist, in the year 2020, huh?
people denying the existence of homosexuality in YURI manga of all things is a trope I will NOT be sad to see die