Manga

Pride Month: First Impression: The Hummingbird Effect

The Hummingbird Effect is a dramatic yuri webtoon by Yook Mi Leeds which was released earlier this year. Chae Eun and Yeji are in a secret romantic relationship while they live in a society where humans’ heartbeats are limited to a certain amount. Despite it having only 3 available chapters so far, a lot happens… Continue reading Pride Month: First Impression: The Hummingbird Effect

Anime

Pride Month: Sarazanmai (Anime Review )

Sarazanmai is a supernatural action anime that was released in April and finished in June of this year (2019). Three middle school boys encounter Keppi who takes their shirikodama—a fabled organ that contains the soul—and turns them into kappa as they connect with each other's souls in their quest to gather the plates (or dishes)… Continue reading Pride Month: Sarazanmai (Anime Review )

Manga

Pride Month: Toxic Couple: Do Jin and Soo Gyum- Detained

Though we’d like to think love is one of the purest things to happen to a human being, there will always be toxic couples which make you wonder why are they together if it’s incredibly unhealthy. Now, the couple I’m going to talk about isn’t as toxic as the one in Killing Stalking (because that… Continue reading Pride Month: Toxic Couple: Do Jin and Soo Gyum- Detained

Manga

Pride Month: I fell in love with my sister’s boyfriend- First impression

I Fell in Love with My Sister’s Boyfriend is a yaoi, slice of life webtoon that was released in 2017. “When Qiu Zinan graduated from highschool three years ago, he went to the bar with friends. He disguised himself as a girl and met a man named Liu Ye on that evening. That night, Liu… Continue reading Pride Month: I fell in love with my sister’s boyfriend- First impression

Music

Pride Month: 3 LGBTQ+ Singers in Asian Pop Culture

Since I’ve been making lists of songs, manga, ect. that contain LGBTQ+ topics, I decided to write about 3 singers/personalities who are within the community. These three singers had to go live within certain societies where the topic is still quite taboo. 1- Ai Haruna Japanese TV Personality and singer Ai Haruna is transgender. She… Continue reading Pride Month: 3 LGBTQ+ Singers in Asian Pop Culture