Bloom into You Vol. 7
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There’s also that creeptastic thing some men do where they infantilize women and insist on “purity” as a measure of sexual worth which is and, it also has a deeply pedophilic component to it. growth/change (0-5): 2 - Touko really shows how much she's changed since the play, actually showing vulnerability around her school mates.
In the morning, when Hakozaki notices, Miyako says: "I didn't trust myself in the same bed with you. We end on, well, not a cliffhanger per se, but a flurry of activity and emotion that has me dying for the conclusion.It’s almost like they needed this brief separation to see just how much they truly do need each other in their lives. LGBTQ+ representation (0-5): 2 - I'm going to give this some extra loving because of the flashback with Hakozaki-sensei and Miyako that really feels like adult lesbians that exist in the real world and not just fantasy yuri decontextualized from society. But I really think there's a continuum, a spectrum of sexual and romantic feelings, and so his comments feel dismissive. The initial parts of this instalment deal with the fall out from Yuu’s decision and Nanami’s reaction to it and it is an absolute masterclass in storytelling. I'm so sad the final volume is fast approaching, but I have ADORED this series and am so curious to see how it ends.
By using the Web site, you confirm that you have read, understood, and agreed to be bound by the Terms and Conditions. By the time my copy had arrived, I had rewatched the anime, but still felt I needed to reread volume 6.
In my own life, I came out to my wife as transgender 2 and a half years ago and that's exactly what we are working through. I was cheering for them as they raced to make this final connection, to make what we have been waiting for throughout this entire series happen.