Sadly a lot of them are one shots, but there’s a few longer ones. A lot of yuri manga is tragically too short and I’m always left wanting more. D:
After some struggles with myself, I ended up putting stories about college aged women so long as it’s not “innocent school life” heavy.
- Love my Life (this one has a movie. A uni student coming out to her father and finding that her parents were both queer as well.)
- Indigo Blue (A novelist caught between feelings for her boyfriend but also her feelings for another woman.)
- Free Soul (22 year old aspiring manga artist writing a manga about a black jazz singer. Artist falls for a trumpeter of a jazz band.)
- Sweet Lovin Baby (A young woman befriends a lesbian couple and falls for them. With three other short stories.)
- Conditions for Paradise- An OL in love with a world hopping freelance journalist
- We’re Aiming for Love Now (Journalist and a cutie in a cosplay store)
- Happy Picture Diary - (REALLY FUNNY. An social worker and an editor’s daily life together. All chibi but with some really real lesbian life jokes)
- Off-Time (an aging lesbian short one shot)
- 20-Year-Old Girl x 30-Year-Old Maiden- (one shot, a 30 year old sensitive about her age with a 20 year old woman in her art class)
- Princess of the Stars- (short- almost didn’t make it b/c high school flashbacks but it’s college roomies and it’s short and sweet- and challenges that “girls experiment with girls in high school then grow out of it” thing that people in Japan sometimes think)
- Ohana Holoholo: Torino Shino (Saya lives with her bisexual former girlfriend and her son. Nico, an actor living up stairs and a close friend, drops by for a visit almost everyday. Somewhat like family, and somewhat not, a story about their lives)
- My Unique Day-Sakamoto Mano (women in an acting troupe together. one shot)
- Abracadabra- Tanaka Minoru (a magician and a cute girl dealing with confessing to a girl for the first time)
- Lonely Wolf, Lonely Sheep- Mizutani Fuka (two women with the same name meet. Warnings for self harm)
- Cirque Arachne: Saida Nika (Two women working in the circus in a trapeze act. Stellar cute.)
- Maple Love- Otsu Hiyori (meeting in college; really cute)
Two that I recommend but are set apart from the others because one is written by a man and one is written with the male audience in mind respectively
- Kusari ha mou iranai- Uso Kurata; two Office ladies
- Octave- Akiyama Haru (seinen manga; a talent manager and a songwriter)
This is by no means an exhaustive list and I know there’s more (one particularly that I wanted to put on here but couldn’t remember the title of) so feel free to add on your favorite adult queer lady manga to the list!
tfw no gf
Dumb gay selfies part 2 hell yeah
SO MANY OF THESE ARE REAL BAD HOL SHIT IM LAUGHIN
Just a few selfies between two good friends who are not homo
I FORGOT TO MAKE A POST I WAS TOO BUSY BEING SUPER GAY
I AM HERE AND WE ARE HAVING FUN
I LOVE MY GIRLFRIEND! !!!!!!!,! ! ! @&$
Okay, so many of you have probably already heard about the upcoming TV special, “One Piece 3D2Y,” which is about Luffy’s training on Rusukaina Island with Rayleigh during the time skip (and of course is not canon). And there’s new information out about it that has me a bit pissed off:
It also features a new villain named Burndy World who is known as “The Destroyer of the World” and has the power of the MoaMoa Fruit (its ability is still unknown). Luffy has to protect Boa Hancock from the new enemy who escaped from the level 6 of Impel Down. (source)
Yeah, that’s what has me pissed off. Hancock is one of my favorite characters in the entire series, and part of that is because she’s an absolute badass. She has Armament and Conqueror’s Haki (and quite possibly Observation Haki too), a Devil Fruit that can turn men, women, and inanimate objects like into stone, she can tear Pacifistas in half with a single kick, and drop Vice Admirals to their knees with her eyes closed. She has been Empress of her own island and a member of the Shichibukai since she was 18 years old, and walked out of Marineford without a scratch on her, something only Kizaru, Doflamingo, Mihawk, and she accomplished. Quite frankly, Hancock was miles stronger than Luffy before the time skip, and is likely not inferior to him on the battlefield after it either. She’s one of the two most powerful female pirates on the planet, with a Yonko member her only rival (and possibly Catarina Devon, but that remains to be seen).
So with all that in mind, I’m not exactly thrilled to hear that the new TV special is going to feature the overused as hell trope of the damsel in distress, with Hancock herself as the damsel—a woman stronger than the man supposedly protecting her. Unless this special ends with Hancock saving her own ass and then literally ripping the head off of whoever tried to mess with her, chances are this special is just going to leave me with a sour taste in my mouth.
You know according to another source that Hancock is apparently the only warlord that hasn’t been captured right? Given the ridiculousness of the thought of Mihawk being kidnapped I’ll say that there might be some translation issue at play, but if Toei’s stupid filler villain has the fanfic tier powerlevel required to capture the vast majority of the shichibukai then I see no shame in Luffy helping Hancock.
"Bandy World escaped from the sixth level of Impel Down during the Marineford battle, and he is now shocking the world with his former crew by taking out Marine battleships and prominent pirates one by one. The World Government summons the Seven Warlords to take care of World, but he manages to capture them. Now World has his sights set on Boa Hancock." (x)
Forgetting Buggy and Law, the idea that this guy captures Mihawk, Kuma, and Doflamingo is absolutely ridiculous. Outside of the Yonko themselves, there’s barely any stronger pirates than them in the entire world. But not only is this guy supposed to have captured them, Luffy is the one to take him down? Luffy didn’t have a chance in hell of beating those 3 before the time skip, let alone someone stronger than them.
If this bad guy has the, like you said, fanfic tier powerlevel necessary to take down Mihawk, Kuma, and Doflamingo, then yeah, there wouldn’t be much shame in Hancock needing help to fight him. But that barely makes this special sound any better in my opinion. I hate the idea that such amazing characters like the Shichibukai are going to be sacrificed and played like fools for the sake of building up a non-canon, 1-time only bad guy. It cheapens the worth of real characters for the sake of dramatizing a character who doesn’t matter. I feel like with the success of Strong World and Film Z, both of which featured incredibly built up antagonists (one of Roger’s old rivals, and a former Marine Admiral who trained the original 3 Admirals), this special is attempting to do the same thing and so they created a villain with incredibly unrealistic accomplishments for the sake of making him as scary as possible just so Luffy can look more impressive when he beats him down.
i had two more pages of this bullshit but i decided to delete it last minute
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