The Journey and History of Yuri Part 1 (OWLS 2018 “Journey” Blog Tour)

Hey everyone, it's time for my monthly OWLS post! If you aren't aware, OWLS is a group of otaku bloggers whose goal is to use anime to spread acceptance to everyone, regardless of their ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, etc. Our theme this month was "Journey." The prompt was: We have all heard this saying in some … Continue reading The Journey and History of Yuri Part 1 (OWLS 2018 “Journey” Blog Tour)

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Comic Girls: Good Friends Make The Best Mentors (OWLS 2018 “Mentor” Blog Tour)

Hi everyone~! It's been a while since I have done any OWLS post (please forgive me ;-; ), but I'm finally writing one! If you aren't aware, OWLS is a group of otaku bloggers whose goal is to spread acceptance to everyone, regardless of their ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, etc. using anime as a catalyst. … Continue reading Comic Girls: Good Friends Make The Best Mentors (OWLS 2018 “Mentor” Blog Tour)

Why Everyone Freaked Out Over The Citrus Anime (Including Me)

Last year, the words echoed throughout the anime community: "CITRUS IS GETTING AN ANIME." And finally, this past season (Winter 2018), the dream finally became a reality. Citrus officially premiered as an anime! During its run, both positive and negative reviews of the show popped up everywhere. Yuri fans screamed victory while others weren't so … Continue reading Why Everyone Freaked Out Over The Citrus Anime (Including Me)

Little Witch Academia Represents What Is Wrong With Education In Japan

I should have probably titled this post "A Rant About Education Via Little Witch Academia" because that is what is feels like, haha. Anyway... I recently finished watching Little Witch Academia, and I loved it. The art, the surprising amount of depth, the different themes and motifs placed throughout the show... But what personally stuck out … Continue reading Little Witch Academia Represents What Is Wrong With Education In Japan

Violent Japanese Horror Movie Tag (Riaru Onigokko) Is A Strange, Surreal Yuri Metaphor

My fiance and I like to watch poorly done, low-budget Asian movies because we find it entertaining. Going in, we thought live-action horror movie Tag (Riaru Onigokku in Japanese) was going to be one of these movies. But we were wrong. So wrong. On the surface, Tag, directed by Shion Sono is a splatter, gore … Continue reading Violent Japanese Horror Movie Tag (Riaru Onigokko) Is A Strange, Surreal Yuri Metaphor