ultimately this makes sense. kurokawa has repressed her inferiority complex this entire time rather than actually addressing it. those feelings just bubbled over finally.
the number of layers to this is incredible, though. there's kurokawa's inferiority complex and self-hatred, but there's also the knowledge that ui confessed to fujishiro and fujishiro turned her down. knowing that she's the reason why, kurokawa adds that guilt and regret onto the pyre as fuel justifying her opinion beyond the personal insecurities. kurokawa's mind is a damn gordian knot right now and it's either gonna take a big sword or a skilled hand to undo the whole thing
oh no oh no oh no author, im begging you, please dont make horny jokes with the middle schooler. Please do not
Considering her idea of conflict resolution is hide-and-seek, I’m going to guess Hikaru is going to be used for jokes about childhood crushes and general innocence (especially is regards to the horny antics of just about every other character here). I doubt she was introduced just for the author to make the exact same types of jokes every other character has already been making.
i'm sure this will be the case, my heart has just been broken too many times before
also yall are writing a lot of words and i'm not reading any of them. i'm just gonna say "concept of a university student having a physical relationship with a middle schooler is super yikes and would turn me off of the series" and move on
it was a bad situation that wasn't kind to anyone. sure mogu said harsh things to their mother but their mother and father spent just as many years not listening to them. their parents were invested in the idea of mogu rather than the truth of who they actually are