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Bloom into You Vol. 7

Bloom into You Vol. 7

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But when the next person to confess to Yuu is the alluring Nanami herself, has Yuu's shoujo romance finally begun? Bloom into You is a charming love story about two young women who together discover that their dreams of a heart-pounding romance can indeed come true. Without spoilers though for some really wonderful scenes, I do want to highlight some of their dialogue. 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.

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. Sayaka's arc wasn't just a loose thread to be tied though, it was meaningful character growth for both her and Nanami, and something I think was handled very well. Touko joins a local theater troupe to try and find something that is truly "her" and not just an attempt at recreating her dead sister.We end on, well, not a cliffhanger per se, but a flurry of activity and emotion that has me dying for the conclusion. The English translation licensed by Seven Seas Entertainment will be released on December 12th, 2019.

prose/writing (0-10): 8 - I think some of Touko and Sayaka's interactions and how Yuu is depicted a bit like a sulking, petulant, emotional wreck even within her tightly controlled unemotional self demonstrates some really fine writing of teen characters. If Bloom Into You were a movie, this would be the part of the movie where, instead of hastening towards the climax, as American movies do, the characters would spend the next half hour moping, then run halfway across town to finally see each other, but Bloom Into You isn’t a movie, so while Touko and Yuu do exactly as described above, there is a different person for us to follow while they mope.Sayaka finally confesses, expressing to Touko that at first she might have fallen for the version of Touko that she created for others, but even after getting to know her, her feelings stayed the same. There is a historical reason why the religious ideal of purity exists in Yuri, and I wrote about it here: http://okazu. It's still an imperfect series in a lot of ways, but it is also a crucial series in the way Yuu and Maki provide media representation of aromantic/asexual people. But when the next person to confess to Yuu is the alluring Nanami herself, has Yuu’s shoujo romance finally begun?

By the time my copy had arrived, I had rewatched the anime, but still felt I needed to reread volume 6. It's a tough thing, and we're nowhere near a final resolution in our lives, but I have to have faith. 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.Just what changes can someone accept, even if they don't want those changes, but still adore the person? 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.

Certainly she is different by degree than Maki, but I don't feel that her depiction completely betrays her status as a potential representation of asexuality/aromanticism either. 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. There's also the school trip for the 2nd years (Touko and Sayaka) where Sayaka finally confesses to Touko. When Yuu protests that criticism and says she's the same as Maki, he says they aren't playing for the same team.Un po’ sottotono rispetto ai precedenti due ma penso sia normale visto che ci stiamo avvicinando alla conclusione (il numero 8 sarà l’ultimo). Even with the eventual outcome more than likely being a happy ending, the characters (and reader) are put through the wringer and it might be the isolation talking but it really moved me. The seventh volume of Manga, containing chapters 35 to 39, was released by Dengeki Comics on April 26th, 2019 in Japan. Remember, in the sex-segregated religious schools, girls only have the option to be either madonna or whore and whore is acceptable only within marriage as “mother”.



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