Rye Nov 22, 2014 10:55PM

The extras? nice!

Urashi C. Pin Nov 23, 2014 10:21PM

when your the third wheel and your just like ugh XD

TheHaku Nov 23, 2014 10:27PM

I'd happy be the third wheel to a yuri relationship <3
So long as I get front-row seats, you know? :3

Ushio Nov 24, 2014 8:12AM

Not gonna lie, I like both tomb boy and girly styles (me being the type that literally never goes far on either side, I always have an In-between for both and I mix the styles a lot.) I could never go as far as to dress exactly like a boy tho (that just ain't me.) I like having a taste of both in one or mix match when it comes to clothing. Not that I'm against tomboys, but Im one of those people that kind has the thought process of "why dress like a guy complelty ? O.O" you could still be a powerful woman or in this case you could still be a tomboy but you don't have to throw away some if not all of your feminine side away D: it's a shame :(

Books220 Nov 24, 2014 7:45PM

It's not dressing like a man but dressing to your style. Just because they're labeled for men doesn't mean anything. And if you're a tomboy who says you're throwing away your femininity? You don't have to wear dresses or use nail polish to be feminine. Expressing yourself in the way you want to is not a shame.

Akira_YL Nov 24, 2014 8:19PM

the thing is, when is the line between tomboy and transgender?
That and the fact that i hate too loose clothes (specially too loose pants), idk if its the art style but that coat and that shirt just seemed too loose.
@Ushio yeah, the mixing of both gender clothing, just comes up with too much sexy styles to give it up, to me.

Nezchan Nov 24, 2014 8:24PM

the thing is, when is the line between tomboy and transgender?

One is how you act. The other is who you are.

Ushio Nov 24, 2014 9:50PM

@Book220 I didn't mean to sound a bit close minded and I apologize :( I have nothing against girls that dress completely that way. But many that do also give up their feminine side to them as well (not all but most) and act more like guys (which I guess the term tomboy came from). But I was trying to say is that you don't have to dress "THAT WAY" to be considered a tomboy. I mean I considered myself a very stylish person (in terms of clothes and stuff like that, like I said before I like to experiment from both sides BUT never go too far in either.) And my boyfriend thinks "im a tomboy -.-" I dont know "why?" just because I love video games and I played soccer in high-school (I guess that automatically made me into a tomboy?) In my opinion I was just being myself, I don't believe in labels which is why when someone calls a friend of mine "gay", "lesbian", and even "tomboy" I think that those word have no meaning to them (you love who you love and your are who you want to be). I guess what I was trying to say is that a lot girls do try to act like the opposite gender AND I feel like they should embrace themselves for who they are :). Of course that doesn't mean that they have to fit to society standards of "dressing like a girl or acting like one" SO even girls that do like to wear baggy clothing and stuff its all good as long as they are happy and don't feel like they have to become something else because of societies pressures. My apologies and I understand what you were trying to tell me ^^

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Miharu Nov 25, 2014 11:02AM

It makes you sound like such a hypocrite, when first you're bashing women, who "give up their feminine side" and then you say thay you don't believe in labels and stuff, when obviously you do, trying to set some standard behaviour for every woman and assuming that masculine women are imitating males on purpose. One way or another - I suppose they don't give a damn how do you feel they should act.
Just a sidenote: Not everybody has problem with labels - for most people they're a part of their identity and fulfill their need to belong. Instead of stripping them of it, maybe try to accept them for who they are.

Nezchan Nov 25, 2014 11:05AM

The trick is to not be bound by labels, which is harder than it sounds.

Ushio Nov 25, 2014 5:16PM

@Miharu did you even read my entire message ? O.O I mean I apologize if I sounded like a hypocrit. But my main point and what I was trying to say is (from my point of view ) was that 1 I dont believe in labels (is there something wrong for not believing in words that were made by society to separate individuals from one another? It's just my opinion.) 2. I also said and corrected myself from the first message (because I sounded a bit close minded, so I tried to frace it better this time.but I guess I still screwed it up still.) that it is ok for girls to go completely on to dressing like that as long as they appreciate themselves for who they are and not hate themselfs for being female (that even if in the off chance they do feel alienated by their own sex, to look for some positive sides to them. They don't have to of course if they dont want too but it would be nice if they were happy with themselves.) 3 . I was also pointing out (meaning giving my opinion ON fashion) that I don't go far on either side -.-
And how pretty much anyone can be a tomboy wether you dress like a boy or not -.- (me being one of them)
When you say masculine women, what exactly do you mean? Do you mean women that are head strong and can do fine by themselves and do things out of the "norm" (if I should say norm) because I'm a sporty type if girl love playing sports and getting dirty and do just about anything that makes me physically active. But I was talking about the type of girls that don't feel conformable being girls -.- also you make it sound like masculine girls can't act feminine, even guys have a sort feminine side to them it's not just girls that have it... (correct me if I'm wrong).... Agh my whole point was that I wanted to make that as long as you feel comfortable In your own skin/sex (whatever) the. It doesn't matter how you dress -.-
Again I apologize if I sounded rude or like a hypocrit.

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Miharu Nov 26, 2014 6:59PM

Sure I did. In the first second sentence of your previous reply you wrote that you don't have anything against "girls that dress completely that way." And then you go like they "give up their feminine side to them as well", which for me clearly sounds like you have some kind of problem with that.

And that bit: "I guess what I was trying to say is that a lot girls do try to act like the opposite gender". Are you suggesting that many of tomboys are poseurs, who try to fit in by copying males behaviour and scared of embracing their feminity, because it doesn't match their looks?
If yes (I highly doubt it), then I find your statement being somehow in a bad tone, considering what you said about your view before. If not, let's call that misunderstanding. In both cases I won't bother you anymore, since you sound like a very humble person plus you can be even hypocrite, if you wanna :D Besides this section is for comments on pic, not discussions.
About pic itself - it's great as every related to "Their Story". I fancy Sun Jing so much I don't mind her with that haircut. Don't know why people freak out about it in comments - she's not even near being butch.

Ushio Nov 27, 2014 12:16AM

@Miharu I never meant for my comment to sound hypocritical, I feel like you were only looking at the parts that sounded closed minded (which i admit they did; I admitted that myself). I agree with you i wish to no longer drag this misunderstanding out because its obviously not a healthy conversation. And I will apologize again I did not mean to insult you or make you feel a certain way. My humble apologies and I wish to comment together on something positive in the future.

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Neko chan Nov 27, 2014 7:04PM

Wtf all these essay comments ^ xDD

Rye Nov 27, 2014 10:18PM guys should take this to the doujin discussion instead seriously.

chibitan96 Dec 4, 2014 9:01AM

deym. These comments though. I came here for d yuri and this is what i got? XD

[deleted] Dec 12, 2014 6:16PM

TheHaku wrote:
"I'd happy be the third wheel to a yuri relationship <3
So long as I get front-row seats, you know? :3"

Lesbians aren't here for males to exploit for their own entertainment. In an actual yuri/lesbian relationship you'd have no chance and no one would let you watch.

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Nezchan Dec 12, 2014 6:53PM

Yeah, that whole "let me watch" things is kiiiiiiinda creepy. Don't matter what gender you are.

Dorrima Dec 16, 2014 10:45AM

You sound like you are fetishizing lesbians. :/

aoinokansei Dec 20, 2014 2:45AM

The entire entitled notion that you are "okay" with anyones behaviour or self expression, like, whoa, get over yourself. I am an androgynous lesbian with "manly hobbies" and I don't need anyones "okay" to be who I am. The level of fetishization and prejudiced asshattery on these forums can be gross af.

lucario14 Dec 20, 2014 9:21AM

We got some real keyboard warriors here haha. It's very interesting how popular the series is.

g.ka Jan 18, 2015 6:48PM

whats with all the long dialouges (eyes turning and turning),
and about the watching thing , arent we all doing somehow it (even though its a manga)

FlameHazeKatsu Apr 5, 2015 3:21PM

hahahaha... them comments xD but i'm here for ze pic and i like it~ <3

OJX Aug 8, 2015 6:15AM

Guys, chill! :D Mophead is forever alone and forever awkward LOL

Aya Hotaru Jul 27, 2016 2:08PM

I always love reading the conversations that get started with a simple picture or tag.

Bojack727 Nov 25, 2016 12:23PM

#thirdwheel #getaroomyoutwo #whyamihere?

BakaChiki Oct 24, 2017 3:58AM

Poor mophead.