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Bloom into You Vol. 7

Bloom into You Vol. 7

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And the movie resumes, with Yuu and Touko running across town to see each other and finally have their own moment. I won't spoil the details of the confession, other than to say that Touko knew, for a long time, or at least highly suspected that Sayaka liked her.

For anyone that's looking for a good romance comic that defies expectations and is relatively chaste, Bloom Into You is a good choice.

The early chapters focus on Yuu and her emotional fall-out from being turned down by Touko, something she never saw coming. 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.

Some stories mirror those early “S” stories and use reference to purity as an indication that school is old-fashioned, like Maria Watches Over Us,” or are parodies of “S” like Strawberry Panic! 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. Sayaka and Miyako’s friendship is one of the best things about the series for me, just so much respect between them. Ah, so when you mean yes, no, depends, you mean in regards to whether or not yuri has themes of purity?

But the author wrote the scene very well, I believe that this was one of the best scenes of rejection in a yuri manga that I have read. Sayaka and Touko have their school trip where Sayaka takes her long awaited chance to tell Touko how she feels. 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.

But I really think there's a continuum, a spectrum of sexual and romantic feelings, and so his comments feel dismissive. Still, watching Sayaka tripping down the steps with joy after the scene in the viewing area made me very happy. BTW, I use both aromantic and asexual because they are not interchangeable but the characters don't use either term to identify themselves, so I shouldn't really be assuming anything). So why isn't she ready for Yuu's feelings now that she's sure Yuu really knows who she really is and loves her for real reasons?

He's drawing a firm line between his complete lack of ability to feel or want another person and Yuu's experience. In the morning, when Hakozaki notices, Miyako says: "I didn't trust myself in the same bed with you. 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.

Y Maki es precioso, me encanta la sutilidad con la que lo han representado y cómo marca las distancias tajantemente con Tu.Nice melodramatic teenage angst, like: the very first person I said "I love you" to didn't love me back so now there is no chance of me ever having love in my life, you know, EVER, even over the next 60+ years. Without spoilers though for some really wonderful scenes, I do want to highlight some of their dialogue. And to be honest, I think that extra time processing both helped me to enjoy volume 7 more than I would have otherwise. By the time my copy had arrived, I had rewatched the anime, but still felt I needed to reread volume 6. We're finally reaching a point where Yuu and Touko are figuring out their feelings and what they want their relationship to look like, which is so nice after so many volumes.



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