Articles Posted in the " yaoi " Category

  • Wednesday Webcomics: You’ve Met Your Mismatch

    I had no idea it had been so long since I did a Wednesday Webcomic! In honor of Pride Month, I’d like to recommend a lovely little comic called Mismatch, which can be found on the “Discover” section of Webtoon. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. […]



  • Don’t Feel Guilty Seeking Comfort in Fandom

    Yuri on Ice is keeping me sane right now.  I spent Tuesday night and a good chunk of Wednesday crying, but my fandom friends have kept me focused on some of the few positive things in the world.  They are my life boat.  They are my rock.  I love you all. Read our before commenting. […]




  • Honto Yajuu Chapter 20 Review

    Yes, you read that right.  It’s Honto Yajuu Chapter 20. What happened to Chapter 19?  Good question.  It’s been more than 6 months since Chapter 18b so maybe she just lost count or something?  She has been working on other manga, after all.  I certainly didn’t miss it because I’ve been stalking my usual sources and […]



  • Super Lovers 1×6 Review: Cloudy Sky

    “Cloudy Sky” is the first episode where I’ve been able to actually enjoy the show for what it is instead of looking for things to ease my fears that this might actually be a shota series in disguise. But before we even talk about “Cloudy Sky” I need to share fun embarrassing moment here.  I had […]


  • Super Lovers 1×5 Review: Cherry Blossom

    There didn’t appear to be any massive time jumps in “Cherry Blossom.” Thank God, because that was getting ridiculous. “Cherry Blossom” seemed to be tailor-made to ease my initial concerns about the relationship between Haru and Ren.  We’re finally shown more active consent from Ren, it’s implied that he’s at least 16 years old, and […]


  • Super Lovers 1×4 Review: Young Grass

    The fourth episode of Super Lovers, ‘Young Grass’, brings us back to Japan and starts a major chapter in the life of the Kaidou brothers. The time jump in ‘Young Grass’ is super confusing at first.  There’s a four-year time gap between the first two episodes of the show, some consistency between the second and […]