Before you accuse me of depraved intentions, no, this is not a post dissecting the many features of the female form. Instead, it is a post about Hourou Musuko, femininity, masculinity, and gender roles in a society where a boy is not a boy and a girl is not a girl. Except when they are, of course. Now, you know that I can’t tackle serious issues like this, so I hope you guys will comment and actually discuss, y’know, real stuff, and not the shit I put into my posts. My newfound popularity (?) after a spectacular loss to Shameful Otaku Secret ought to promote this discussion. OUGHT TO.
That boy is actually SPINACH»
[Announcement: HOLY SHIT, LOOK AT HOW MANY VIEWS I SUDDENLY GOT. I think for some reason
our YuChoy’s Pedo Bear post, which was actually just an image, which was actually /ripped/ off of someone else (I don’t condone this), got to the top of Google’s Image Search, and a swarm of ‘pedo bear’ searching people decided to click on it. A LOT. It’s like, holy shit what?]
Eh, since they were both so recently released, I figured I would write about both of them in this post.
HST Week’s finally over~!
Yes, yes it is»
Anna reads Shuuichi’s crossdressing play, and he cries because he didn’t want anyone else to see the disturbing things he put in it. It’s not the Queen Berry, why would people commit suicide»
See, it is a status symbol! And this isn’t even out of context…
I’m not talking about treasure chests»
They went that far…?
Hey, I’ll be adding the third episode soon, so not much of anything besides plot.
Just a summary»
This is me and my brother, IRL.
Chinese racism aside, it’s time to move to yet another season~! (Not that I’ve completed the previous season, derp)
Learn how KoreZombie sucks»
At first, I thought this show wouldn’t be violent but I guess it’s actually about a gang war in a middle school. Look at how gang-like everybody’s dressed.
First, you guys’re probably like ‘what, why’re you blogging two series at once? Don’t you have enough on your hands?’
I don’t have time»