i was definitely getting trans vibes towards the beginning??
Just because a lesbian hates herself for liking women and being made fun of for wearing whatever she wants doesn't mean that she truly wants to. This happens to almost every lesbian at some point, self hate and homophobia are shitty things we go through and we can't help but think that if we were dudes we wouldn't be so hated, targeted, harassed, or even raped and murdered.
If society worldwide was different and accepting of homosexuals, we wouldn't have so much self hate and suicidal tendencies, not to mention wishing things were different like being straight or the opposite sex. It just sucks living in a homophobic society, even if you live in a good country for gay people, you still face discrimination from people every now and then, specially if you want a child.
as a 180cm girl I'm mad that she called 172cm tall
It's definitely tall for Japan, Japan's average is like 150cm for women.
I'm in a similar situation, my country's average is about 156cm for women and men's is like 167cm or so. I always have been tall, even since kindergarten I was always the tallest one all the way up to high school, I got bullied for it as a kid though so that made me pretty self conscious about my height and try to make myself smaller without noticing hahaha. Today I'm about 182cm and that's as far as it will go since I'm already 23. To everyone else in my country I'm super tall but in Latvia i.e I'd be kinda normal since women's average there is around 170cm.
Honestly it sucks being a tall woman in a country of small people, back problems and I have to shop for "men's" clothes so that they fit me well, people looking at me weird (F anxiety), even when it comes to dating it can suck, like, it would be going well and then some women would later say we weren't a good fit physically 'cuz they were kind of "intimidated" by my height and they prefer being the taller one (as stupid as that is but it's typical of butches for the most part so, meh) or they associate being tall as a "men's characteristic" that would turn them off. So, honestly, it's really refreshing to see a story were one of the women is tall and is self-conscious about it or had to leave some things behind because of it, usually they all portray it as cool or hot for height difference. This one's relatable to me.
Holy shit Kei's a shortstack. I went 70+ chapters just assuming she had a petite boy body and small to middling tits and now my brain's short-circuiting trying to reconcile that assumption with that perfect hourglass.
Pairings keep piling on and it's getting hard to follow, specially with same-face syndrome the author seems to suffer from, I hope the author practices making different faces instead of making new characters because at some points it just gets hard to tell them apart, I legit thought it was gonna be the mangaka one but then noticed those characters were in high school and they sure as hell aren't her siblings as well. At least the teacher has a more fresh design compared to the other ones, I accidentally, legitimately thought it was a dude until I paid more attention to her face, and I honestly like it, she's the most different so far, apart from Minami that is.
Hopefully the new couple arc is alright, but I prefer the other ones getting more work done than just getting new characters/pairings.
Kinda disappointed that #3 was mostly just a recap of the first two, I legitimately though #3 was about to be 60 pages long but the chapter went "SIKE! Bitch ya thought". Oh well, still nice to get an update.
Finally she realized it's her fault for being such an asshole. It would irk me to no end that she'd be so mean to other people and somehow blame her shortcomings on her sister and others. If everyone does not want to talk to you or be your friend then you should really start to think if it is something about you rather than their fault, it is the best way to realize what you are doing wrong.