The ACAB thing is a bit much when discussing a light comedy series, so if y'all could take that to your respective substacks or whatever you use to discuss systemic sociopolitical issues, I'd appreciate it.
It's just annoying.
Like bro i read Yuri for "girl × girl" shit.
If i want to read a girl getting dicked down, i would just read straight porn.
There ain't a lot of Yuri that keeps it at clamjammin' (just finding Yuri that keeps it purely girl on girl is already hard enough, looking at you NHentai with the like 30.000 doujins being tagged Yuri with only about 9.000 being "females only" and only half of them not including some gross shit)
So this just dissapointed me a bit. No need to bring real life shit into it, we have the right be picky. Just as the author has the right to ruin this.
I personally really don't understand this logic. I don't see Yuri with toys/strap-ons as anything but Yuri, and I don't see it as hetero in anyway so I wouldn't go read hetero instead. Also straps in art are interesting to me because they're not super common in my experience, and they can be really intricately designed with a lot of detail and effort.
They literally described it as "fat dicks" how could i not see it as hetero/bi you-know-what-i-mean shit?
And wdym intricately designed? They're just rubber dicks with sometimes something like bulbs on it.
Because it's still two women regardless of wording. Also with straps the entire harness and design can be extremely detailed, plus making the entire harness look right with things like scale and perspective in art isn't easy. It's why it's pretty uncommon to see.
But the women are still basically getting dicked down though am i wrong? If i as a dude took a dildo up my ass and even when it was not done by a man liked it, would i still be able to call myself straight? The answer is no and y'know why? Because although a woman put it in there, i still just took a rubber version of a dude's reproductive organ up my ass and enjoyed it. And idk where you've been, but bro shit like dildo's and strap-ons (tentacles too which ain't the same but we know what they substitute) is like everywhere. I wish it was uncommon.
Wow. I'm impressed at how far off the rails this whole mess has gotten. Well done, I suppose.
Now is the time to rest on your laurels and congratulate yourselves. And not to continue this whole nonsense with further posts. Let your perfect bad conversation stand on its own, don't ruin it by gilding the lily.
Pretty sure I've cleared out the whole "trap" business. But if I missed anything please let me know.
From here forwards, using "trap" to refer to people will result in your post getting deleted without notice. Convoluted justifications for same are also not acceptable and will be deleted on sight.
Oh why? I don’t ever really use trap as a reference to characters anyway, but I’m curious as to why you’re so against it?
I have no intention of getting into a debate over this. And I do recommend others do not either. There are loads of places that explain why people object to it, that would do so better than me. I recommend looking around for them.
It is also off-topic to this manga's discussion in the first place, so I won't be spending more time on it.
EDITED TO ADD: The matter has also been referred to in our rules for quite a while, so I would expect people to be able and willing to act accordingly by now.
What does it matter? The character is doing everything short of screaming "TRANS RIGHTS" so the tag is 100% justified. It's part of the subject matter of the pic.
And it's a bit rich complaining about headcanon and assumptions on a site loaded to the gills with lesbians who the source material either doesn't confirm or outright contradicts. So let's leave Farfetch to Pokémon, shall we?
Does melon bread actually act as a good eraser for paint canvas or is that Alina just being... quirky again?
Not melon bread, plain bread, it was historically used in place of erasers before it was discovered that rubber had the same propriety, this is where Karin messed up, melon bread is sugary and thus can't be used for the same purpose.
Fun fact: If you spill glitter, you can effectively clean it up with a slice of bread.
I think that of somebody drew a huge Venn diagram of which tags are mutually exclusive of each other would clear up this mess of an ‘ahem’ debate about the use of this tag to label mangas. Someone from admin should spell it out and quell the flames by making the boundaries of what qualifies as “wholesome”.
Here you go:
Now I want to see what an unironic wholesomerape combo would look like.
Maybe that one with the poison futa ninjas that end up married and raising each other's children?
With regard to what the tag should be used for, and bear in mind that I don't officially have anything to do with placing tags, I'd say that wholesome is more an approach to a story than, say, whether it includes sexual content or not. I would imagine it would be rarely applied to sexual or violent content though, especially the more extreme or kinky sorts. But if there's a pervading sense of niceness to the whole thing even with those elements, I guess it would be okay.
I had some leftover cranberry juice (which I normally don't like) from a fermenting project, and I've been drinking it hot with honey. Turns out it's really good that way, much like a herbal tea.
Hot lemon with honey is a pretty common, if not medially recommended, folk remedy in the west (well, North America at least) for sore throats. Since you can taste things better warm than cold, I would imagine for those who like lemon that would be pretty good.
im new to this site. whats the etiquette here concerning commenting on old chapters? asking since there appears to be one large discussion thread for each manga. do i keep comments about previous chapters that may have released years ago to myself so i dont clog up the thread, or...?
Just confirming, commenting on old chapters is absolutely fine. If it's a thread that has a lot of newer chapters, it'd help if you make it clear you're talking about an older one to avoid confusion, but that's about it.
Weren't this already uploaded and then removed? Why it was removed in the first place if it's uploaded again?
There was a conflict a while back and the scan group requested their stuff be taken down, which was honoured. There have since been changes at the scan group's end, so the original conflict no longer applies, and they asked that they be reinstated. So here we are.
I'm pretty hyped tbh, always liked the diversity in the yokai they face and how gruesome the enemies tended to be, it was so much fun
Don't know how much of the original cast we'll see again, but I'm pretty interested in how all three leads are girls, because of how unexpected and uncommon it is for an adventure/action series
Either I have become so unawear of how much off a weeb faggotte....
Not even sure what that's supposed to be, but If you could leave the "fag"-adjacent stuff wherever you found it, that'd be swell. Given the site is full of gay stuff and the forum equally full of gay readers, no need to make it all weird.
And no, in case you're wondering, you're not in trouble or anything.
Sorry I didnt really think about choosing the right words in this as it seems. Overall it was just a shitpost and tbh I dont even use the word as it was originaly used. I used the term weeb/weeaboo faggot as a joke on myself not really to insult anybody other than myself tho especially on this website it sure can look a bit weird too choose exactly this kind of phrasing. Next time I will a) write with more care and b) if needed weeaboo trash instead xD
(Thank you tho for pointing it out. Might have saved me some future trouble xD also I could really keep it down woth swearing words... these days even if meant ironically I often find myself using them too often :/)
I hear you on that one. It can be tempting to take language that's absolutely fine in one context (say, among your friends while you're playing a game) and just start using it everywhere, where folks might not get your intent so clearly. Thanks for being so chill about the whole thing.