Since today is Father’s Day and it is still Pride Month, I decided to make a list of my top yaoi dads. These fathers are truly adorable and despite each of their situations (whether they’re adoptive fathers or former single fathers,) they still manage to raise their children to the best of their abilities. 1-… Continue reading Pride Month: My Top 3 Yaoi Dads
Aoi Haru, Akai Ito is a yaoi drama by Kisayuki which was released in 2016. Yuuki was raised in a very wealthy family with high expectations of becoming the inheritor of the family medical business. Due to this, so much pressure is pushed onto him—not only by his family but by the town as well.… Continue reading Pride Month: Aoi Haru, Akai Ito- Manga Review
Her Shim-Cheong is a historical yuri manhwa based on the old Korean folklore. ShimCheong is a young girl who’s lost her mother 7 days after being born. When she turned 7, she had to become a beggar in order to gain money and food for her and her blind father. She saves a minister’s fiancée… Continue reading Pride Month: Her Shim-Cheong: First Impressions
“Finally Living Together With My Anti-Fan” is a comedic shounen-ai webcomic by Yu Ci, Hua Xiang Gong Zuo Shi and Hu Yuan which was released in 2017. A lead dancer and most popular member from a male idol group, JunRan, left after he was revealed to be gay due to a scandal. A while later,… Continue reading Pride Month: Finally Living Together With My Anti-Fan- Initial Review
Everyone has a favorite ship in either a game, series, anime, ect. Reasons for why they ship them, are valid (unless it’s incredibly toxic). Now, choosing my favorite ships per say was rather difficult, so I only chose three off the top of my head. If I do think of any more ships, I’ll probably… Continue reading Pride Month: Kitten’s Favorite-Gay Ships
Yaoi is a popular genre within the anime and manga industry. No matter where you go, there will be at least one person (if it’s not you) that is reading/watching a yaoi manga/anime. It wasn’t long before they even started to make BL dramas in any Asian language (I see it more in Japanese and… Continue reading Pride Month: My First Yaoi (ever)
Save Me is a dramatic, psychological, school-life webtoon released in 2017 in Lezhin. Hyeongoh is a disabled student who goes through brutal bullying every single day until someone—Namsoo—comes in to put an end to it. I don't recommend it if you're triggered by anything that has to do with bullying/ high levels of violence.