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Bloom into You Vol. 7

Bloom into You Vol. 7

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And as long as there is "the true essence" of the other that made her fall in love first, changes will not represent the end of her feeling. You can feel how badly this hurts (for both parties) and how a really bad miscommunication spirals out of control (I often get annoyed by ‘if we talked this would clear the air’ but this one is plausible and sold well, especially since Yuu doesn’t know there’s anything left to actually say). Without spoilers though for some really wonderful scenes, I do want to highlight some of their dialogue.

I want desperately to give you the benefit of the doubt, but if you ask me what stories like this are out there, you will remove all doubt as to your fetish and I find that grotesque. I love how determined Sayaka was in confessing her feelings to Touko and didn’t react any differently to Touko after getting a response to her confession.Y Maki es precioso, me encanta la sutilidad con la que lo han representado y cómo marca las distancias tajantemente con Tu.

But I'm not sure the message, that "it's all or nothing," really applies to all aromantic/asexual people. We knew from previous volumes that Miyako was the first woman Hakozaki was with and that she had dated men before. There is a historical reason why the religious ideal of purity exists in Yuri, and I wrote about it here: http://okazu. That final bit I want to highlight is we get some nice stuff with Hakozaki-sensei and her girlfriend, Miyako.As always, the technical for this are fabulous, Jenny McKeon’s translation does something specific I don’t want to spoil, but that I really liked in the climactic moment between Touko and Sayaka. I won't spoil the details of the confession, other than to say that Touko knew, for a long time, or at least highly suspected that Sayaka liked her. Also, I just really adore Maki as a character and him being a lovely representation of the aromantic/asexual spectrum.

But with Yuu confessing to Touko in volume 6, there was a lot of hands thrown up, essentially saying: "Well there you go, she wasn't aromantic/asexual, she just hadn't finished developing her sexual awakening" or "it just took the right person" or "I knew it was too good to be true that we'd get aromantic/asexual representation. I feel that door was closed for Yuu earlier than this, but the whole sequence is definitely important for her as a character. Fortified by the knowledge that she is choosing to do what she wants to for herself, so she can grow from it, Sayaka finally confesses her feelings to Touko.From what I understand, it is entirely possible for someone who is aromantic and/or asexual to also love someone, whether that is because romantic and sexual feelings exist on a spectrum, or just because asexual and aromantic people can love, just in their own ways. There's an adorable scene where Hakozaki-sensei is yelling at Miyako for hanging out with one of Hakozaki-sensei's students (it was Sayaka). Sayaka just laughs at how cute they are together (in the middle of Hakozaki-sensei berating Miyako) and Hakozaki-sensei gets all flustered. There’s a bit about the relationship between the teacher and the bar owner and how their relationship started. A lot of transgender people find this experience with people who wanted a one time sexual exploration, but aren't really interested in long-term relationships with a transgender person.

But I would like to present another way of looking at Yuu that might reconcile both the representation and her confession and feelings for Touko. She tries to say that love isn’t for her, but he says she’s not actually like him and she’s just running away because she doesn’t want to face the rejection. And the movie resumes, with Yuu and Touko running across town to see each other and finally have their own moment.Usually love triangles like this make me pretty frustrated, because I don't like to see girls suffering from rejection. Oh gosh, there's so much more in this volume I want to talk about but there would be too many spoilers and I want you to enjoy reading this yourself.



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