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Boku wa Kimi no Iinari Manga

Manga: Boku wa Kimi no Iinari

Author: Agata Ito

Genres: Romance, School Life, Smut, Yaoi

Released: 2016

Status in Country of Origin: 2 Volumes (Complete)

Scanlator: Garbage Scans

Summary: “I’m the only one who gets to see you so filthy, when you’re usually so serious.” Danno realizes he’s gay in junior high school and professes his love to his crush, but is deeply hurt by rejection. Still disgusted by himself in his second year of high school, he ends up falling for another guy that spring. He tries to keep from being found out and to stop his feelings developing any further by pushing away the object of his affections, first-year student Tsukasa. One day, Tsukasa finds Danno jerking off in the nurse’s office. “Does it turn you on? Being watched by your crush?” Tsukasa’s torturing and teasing makes Danno dizzy with pleasure, robbing him of coherent thought! Sweet discipline of a naughty, submissive second-year, who gets broken in by a mean, crafty, and younger straight boy.

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I wasn’t sure what to expect from this series since the cover had given me some concerns, but as they say, you can’t judge a book by it’s cover. This actually turned out to be quite a lovely and rather realistic story. The characters were likeable, and the story was interesting. The topic of the main character (Danno) being gay was rather realistic in the way it was handled as well as heart wrenching but reassuring at the same time. Tsukasa who is a straight male and also the one that Danno likes is likeable even with his bullying of Danno out of “amusement and interest.” The bullying that does happen isn’t glamorized or sugar coated either, yet you do get an explanation as to why Danno allowed it to go on as long as it does.

I also like that you get both sides of what they feel and what they’re thinking. In the beginning you learn from the questions that Danno asks his friend about the things that he fears and thinks about, while later on, you learn a bit about what Tsukasa thinks about and wishes for. The conversations are real and touching when as the story progresses and both characters relationship evolves.

There are times where they are both awkward in the relationship and both are unsure, which is what makes their whole relationship so real to me. They both care and love each other yet they are unsure on how to be more open about their feelings. The entire story is so touching and real, with drama that draws on the emotions that people tend to feel when they are so unsure of everything. It also does well with the evolution of both characters and their thoughts about it.

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