I love the art, but unfortunately, I'm getting very tired of the story. It's just one recycled trope after another. Not sure if I even want to continue with this at this point. I'm all for long serializations, but only when they flow properly and/or the plot continues to hold my attention. This story is has neither at this point. The story has literally repeated itself several times, only with different characters. I'm tired of the constant pining and self pity between the two MC's. The mangaka either needs to make a move, or shut it down and move on.
I find myself agreeing with this. Awesome art, but it's been how many chapters without any progress between those two? Hell, I'm more interested in how the relationship between Miki and Nanaki is going to work out at this point.
There were no promises that this will be a story in yuri genre and how is this s-class when they are not even dating each other nor having feeling of a romantic love. Friendship can be intimate too and stories about it do exist. Friendship is a relationship with another person and it has similar conflicts like other relationships. It a shame to see this conversation over and over and this extent of labeling things right and left are oversaturates and erases real queerbait. I can understand bitterness over lack of good yuri-stories, but why do this.
Exactly. It really does sicken me when I see the sort of hateful, narrow minded bigotry towards "het" on here that I would expect from a 19th century white plantation owner seeing a black man kissing his daughter.
Calling heterophobia as real as 18th century racism, which killed hundreds of thousands of people, subjugated millions, caused a war, and so on, is so fucking shortsighted and assholic that I am left almost speechless
I never did say that it couldn't happen, only that in my experience it doesn't very often. That being said, I'm always on the lookout for more decent reading material. I'd love it if you posted some of your favs, to prove me wrong and expose me for the sexist man-hating nazi that I am and all that.
putting words in someone else's mouth, yikes. At least argue in good faith
Well defend your opinion, comrade! Convert me from my sexist ways!
Why, exactly, shouldn't I be inherently wary of lesbian romance / sexuality that is written by someone, who not only can have had no real-life experience with the matter, but who also might have cause to portray it in a shallow and unrealistic light for their own gratification?