does anyone else literally get stressed out by how many shows they need to watch like
- "oh is the second season of that out?"
- "but i need to watch that one too-"
- "but all of my friends are telling me to watch that one"
#first rule of the avatar fandom #ALWAYS REBLOG THAT’S ROUGH BUDDY
It’s not about the muscles, really. It’s about how his precious little sister has picked up a certain nerd’s gesture… I just really love the ReiGou moments last ep. xD
It’s unusual I made a comic from Left to Right usually it’s the opposite. OxO;;
comic about how I’ve been feeling recently
I’d call it ”after high school”
"Relax Ed, I’m not even showing yet."
"But it’s right here and I will continue to kiss it even when it does."
this killed me
Out of curiosity, could you take a moment to reblog this if you believe that demisexuality exists? I’m demisexual, and I feel like demisexuality goes really under the radar, even within the asexual community umbrella. A lot of people don’t believe that it exists, and even within the ace community, demisexuality is still questioned as being legitimate, although we share the same flag. So reblog this is if you believe it exists.
just kiSS ALREADY
it’s not like you need air, just call it breath-holding practice
… is that a fic already or…?
Not ~smexed up~
Not ~shown a good time~
Rei and Shougo tell it like it is.
PLEASE stop referring to “that particular scene” in episode three as an intimate or sex scene. And stop fangirling over it and think of it as “sexy yaoi scene” because it wasnt. In that scene Ryouma FORCED HIMSELF on Izumi and Izumi literally asked him to stop but he didnt. It wasnt until Onii-Chan walked in that he stopped.
Izumi was traumatized from it. It was sexualised in the manga and anime but that doesnt mean we should look at a molestation scene as “sexy yaoi”
Ive read the manga and there alot of consensual sex scenes to fangirl over instead.
I’m just going through the tag and steadily blocking every single person who doesn’t have some kind of thoughtful criticism of the scene at this point :|
I do think that the manga treats the scene a lot more seriously than most BL manga (which isn’t saying much…), and that there’s interesting conversation to be had about whether or not Ryouma properly atones for what he did or even realizes how unacceptable it was, but if you poat a gifset and all your caption is is “♥______♥” you’re getting blocked :|
I actually found the anime version of this scene more disturbing (if possible) than the manga. It wasn’t romantic and I don’t understand (or want to understand) why someone finds tear-filled, fearful eyes and “PLEASE STOP” at all sexy. No pls.
The story is in how the characters continue on after this moment, and how Ryouma atones for it while slowly regaining Izumi’s trust. :p
Agreed; I went back and reread the manga scene last night, because I couldn’t remember if Ryouma kissed him on the lips originally or if they added it to make it ~more romantic~ (he did kiss him on the lips, though, so they didn’t add that), but as for why people find that sexy…
I’m guessing because almost every BL manga seems to portray that as romantic/include it even in their consensual sex scenes, so we see Izumi reacting in a way we associate with sex in BL, and people who don’t bother to think about it for more than a 5-second attention span just go with “SOOOO SMEXY!!!”
I love the story for its comedy (when it’s appropriate), the way it pokes fun at the genre, and the way characters try to atone for their sins (whether or not they’re successful is up to the reader), and that some readers/viewers just want to get off on the worst parts of it just…ugh.