Eh, single target sexuality may be my least favorite trope in yuri
So it's about 80% of all yuri manga.
Actually, never mind, I thought about it for a second and realized, it's not actually all that common with modern Yuri, at least not how I'm defining it. I don't mean cases where they only show attraction to one person, that's just a typical romance, I mean more like series where it is specifically stated or implied that single target sexuality is at play.
They sure figured out pretty fast how lesbian sex works
It's not like straight sex is often that good on the first time either. It can be quite awkward and un-enjoyable, even with someone you really like, because.. You both suck and not in a good way. :)
It is just another silly anomaly of romantic storytelling. Couple may have all sorts of other troubles they have to fight through, but everyone is a pro in the sack, even if they haven't ever even thought about it before.
So like I don’t get the problem with single target sexuality? I know to each their own and all but like a few people seem to be against it and I just want to know why? I’m curious.
I dislike it for a few reasons, the biggest one for me is that in yuri and yaoi in particular, it is often used as a way to sort of distance the work from the LGBT community, it almost feels like the author is slapping a big NO HOMO sticker on the work "they're not gay, they just love each other". I dislike it for other reasons as well, for example, it gives sort of soul mate vibes, which is not something I'm a fan of in romantic works. It's also used as a hand wave, which is what this work mostly used it for, where it is sort of used as a way to avoid any difficult discussions about the deception.