i don't mind the age gap but it's the age that got me. a 24 year old falling in love with and wanting to marry a 9 year old then being told to wait until the kid was 16 but only being able to wait until she's 11... i get it's just manga and a story but... ew. i'm a 26 and i couldn't imagine looking at an 11 year old girl in a romantic way. they should've just made the kid older and say that she's one of those that looks younger than her age
has anyone else noticed that sometimes girls' genitals suddenly get moved all the way to where the pubic hair patch would be? idk why but once you notice it, you start noticing it every time. i can't imagine what life would be like if my vajayjay were way up there. peeing would definitely be harder.
I liked it, but the last couple of chapters felt a bit weird and rushed. And I don't fully understand how they fell apart, was it just the nurse manipulating Kanan? Bessho also had a weirdly extreme reaction with her "I don't want to be the person you come running to". But, all's well that ends well I suppose, overall I liked it a lot.
i think it was the fact that bessho felt like it went from a relationship of them being together as equals (despite kanan calling her senpai but she does that even as adults with a new apartment together) and relying on each other equally to a relationship of kanan relying solely on bessho for everything. a relationship where one person is solely dependent on the other isn't really a relationship at all.
This is so fucking cute and she is A FUCKING GENIUS. Jotting this down for the books. ;)
LOL i thought she was trying to make her girlfriend think about her all day, too, but reading it again... i think she genuinely just wanted to try to help her girlfriend relax. too bad it had the opposite effect.
I love how not a big deal it turned out to be to her friends
Not sure what "you've been kinda gross lately" is supposed to mean though
That she was suddenly all the time overly happy (because she thought she found some Nakama), maybe.
probably this haha. in my friend group, we sometimes call people being overly happy and affectionate 'gross' as a joke. all in good fun, though. we're actually happy to see them happy. :)
this was a pretty cute story, though. a little sad for naho because of her roller coaster emotions but it had a nice happy ending. i hope one day everyone can be casual about gay people and i won't have to see news stories about people being attacked just for being gay. dangerous ignorant people are why i probably won't be completely out for a while esp as an asian girl.
Well this was interesting. I felt kinda sad, finishing it. When you keep Chieri's cheating out of mind, and excluding that hobo ballet guy cus he was an absolute slut-shaming dick to Riko, they were all pretty sympathetic characters, I got attached to all of them, glad I got around to reading this, it was fun.
This def shouldn't be read for the yuri tho, what makes it good is the whole cast being so warm and supportive of each other (except for Ryuu, I still find him despicable, would have been better without him, Riko could have done better) and that it ends on such a pleasant note, all of the ships being endgame and married iirc
Kyouko is probably my favourite kind of yaoi fangirl haha, nice and passionate, not letting anyone bring her fire down. It was also a nice touch to see her fangirl over yuri being 'moe' in the end.
at first i thought ryuu was horrible, too, but we have to keep in mind he's still a kid in high school. he was just jealous and didn't know how to express it healthily so he lashed out with the "worst" insults he knew as a high schooler. there was no one around to teach him how to express his emotions properly especially with nonexistent parents though he seemed like he was slowly learning from riko lmao
also, i agree with most of the other posts in that i'm appalled by chieri's cheating. she's never going to change and mika's going to suffer for the rest of her life if she chooses to keep letting it go. bisexual doesn't mean you go around fucking any living human who shows the slightest interest in you. such a bad stereotype to perpetuate when some lesbians are already so toxic to bisexuals.