You do realize there are forum rules that have been written down, and this is a violation of rule number one, right? If site staff don't have to adhere to their own rules, what the hell is even the point?
^ The artist drawing het is the "worst possible ending." Pretty blatant to me. I would expect the tirade from someone like ObtainCheese, but I wouldn't expect such vocal disapproval from site staff, and then "ok" in response to the tirade that is blatantly attacking the artist.
I've always been deeply skeptical about the top/bottom split. Or the butch/femme split for that matter.
It's a construct people use to help them compartmentalize better. It has very little bearing on reality, and is pretty toxic, to be quite honest. Labels very rarely help when talking about human beings; they usually only divide and hurt.
Sasameki Koto is a classic and all but I think I actually like this series better. All the sharp observations of relationships and slice of life comf, much less of the over-the-top Rumiko Takihashi slapstick / misunderstanding vibes.
Sasameki Koto was torture for me. I actually dropped it about 20 chapters in because I thought nothing would ever happen. I'm glad I thought of it again after it had finished and looked it up, but I couldn't have handled reading the thing as it was released.
Ngl, as much as there's the poly trio route with nakano, nagisa and sakurako, I am personally cheering for an akiho end with the other 2 ending up together.
I sense there will be some drama between the two of them and their past, as well as some more drama with sakurako and the tsundere neighbor and her gf, but those are the final ends that I'm cheering for.
It's a comment on the Het tag. Take it to the Het tag discussion. "Why is there het here?" is the most fucking tiresome comment I see on this site. You do not decide what the people who run the site upload, and there's nothing wrong with this story, so knock it off.
man fuck the dog, why’s there het in our sacred yuritopia?
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