Let me dissect the psyche of Jun.
>Values Tomo as a friend
>Normalized a Masciline/masculine relationship with Tomo
>Has realized Tomo is a girl.
>Is feeling physical attraction to her
>Desires to retain the behavior he has normalized.
No. I don't get this character at all. The her being a girl element in the equation should throw everything out of whack. I can't believe his hormones aren't pushing him in to some childhood friend poon-tang. I don't think he'd be treating her like one of the boys anymore.
Jun's always held some kind of affection towards Tomo ,even when he thought she was a boy. Whether this affection was platonic or somewhat romantic is another story. Regardless of his true feelings, he wants Tomo to be the Tomo he knows and loves. I think Billy Joel put it best:
Jun confessed to Tomo shortly after they started middle school and Tomo responded "What are you talking about? I love you too, bro!" Put the rest together yourself.
I would make Carol a young mother and surround myself in fluffiness between her and my lovely daughters.
You say that like it's a bad thing.
If anything she might take money to watch him jerk off while mocking him.
I wonder more about the relationship between Misuzu and Carol.
And how Carol wants Misuzu's attention and for some reason Misuzu gives her attention.
They were initially drawn to each other because they both have an innate understanding of what others are thinking, and have a penchant for manipulating others resulting in their mutual interesting in Tomo and Jun's relationship. They have a certain kinship in that regard.
Misuzu has an additional interest in Carol because of Misuzu's larger motivation to become more open and affectionate with others. She sees the way Carol is so casually affectionate with Tomo and envies that, and hopes to emulate it. She has great disdain for Carol's cloying demeanor, but aspires to be more like her just the same.
Carol, on the other hand, hopes that Misuzu can help her break through to Sempai, but that plot hasn't gone anywhere in probably almost two hundred chapters now.
So there you have it. They're often outwardly antagonistic but have a mutual respect and camaraderie. They're mismatched friends, a manga odd couple.
The problem is that Jun's biggest weakness are big ol titties, which is why he avoided watching Carol's carols when she jumped rope and why he looked away when she walked out with a bikini. His best friend having big ol titties only makes his physical attraction harder to hold back.
>Jun's biggest weakness are big ol titties
I think it's simpler than that. Jun admired the Tomo of old and wanted to surpass her, perhaps as a show of gratitude for setting him down on the path of manliness. Just like those homolust rivalries that pop out every so often, with one participant in the relationship vowing to surpass the other while respecting the other's strength greatly.
Tomo becoming more feminine conflicts with his desire to surpass her. If she starts straying away from all the past stuff she used to do, Jun loses his chance to surpass her. So he can't acknowledge her as a woman, at least not yet. So either he has to beat her first before he can think of her as a woman, or he learns that, even if Tomo wants to become girlier, that doesn't mean she'll lost all her tomboy traits and strengths. This is what I think, at least.
What? I thought Misuzu just tolerates Carol because she's fucking rich.
>tfw Mizuzu will never awkwardly try to initiate physical contact with you