Why are good fathers so rare in anime/manga? They're usually absent or are workaholics that prioritize work over their family.
No wonder a lot of nips are beta
This father prioritized his daughter, and did a great job of being a dad.
What was his name again?
ITT: good things from bad shows
Would you anon?
Who was /a/'s first Trapfu?
I'm hesitant to categorize anime Hanjou as a "trap" because the dialogue that Kaoru or Misao (I can't remember who it was) has with Hanjou encourages Hanjou to make up their mind and live as a woman if that's what they really want. I got some trans vibes from their interactions. Manga Hanjou might be a different story since he shows his dick to people, and I think that's more trap-ish than trans behavior.
He was also best girl
Why is this so great?
>ywn have a Yukumo to catch you after an exhausting day at work
I simply watch Code Gayass just for Lelouch
Will best boy show up much in the new season?
what even is this series about and who on earth is it's target audience?
This is way too dark for me
I just wanted to watch something cozy
Victor has always been treated as a princess in his junior
days but it stopped when he got older and shortened his hair. His once lithe tiny body became more supple, stronger as he reached mid 20's. He's active in social media sites so he sees comments from fans labelling him 'daddy material' until one night at the banquet when a certain drunken japanese cute boy made him feel like the princess he once was. It's not as if he has lost that angelic look he's still as beautiful but being in the boy's arms made him feel protected and he hasn't been led by with such confidence before and yet the act was clumsy and he can't help but fall in love.
ITT: "rapists" who did nothing wrong