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Musume no Iede


Alt Names: alt 娘の家出alt I'm a Runaway Girlalt La Hija Fugitiva
Author: Shimura Takako
Artist: Shimura Takako
Genres: School Life School LifeSeinen SeinenShoujo Ai Shoujo AiShounen Ai Shounen AiSlice of Life Slice of Life
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Ongoing
Description: The remarried mother. After their divorce, the father who lives with his "boyfriend".
Living surrounded by such family, high schooler Mayuko is now at the height of her adolescence. Beginning from Mayuko's "runaway", intersecting various life, these are the runway story which will dye in to your heart.
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39 Comments

Ch. 12 is probably the first realistic account of a hikikomori I've seen to date. Good enough, man.

Fixed some typos from the first volume, second volume will get a few typo fixes as well in the near future™.

Next chapter will show up in, say, a week or two.

How can something be shounen and seinen?

HE'S BACK

Japan has a ward system that functions as welfare for orphans and children of broken families. A child who follows their mother after a divorce gets automatically registered and becomes eligible to receive a state allowance until such time as the state considers the mother capable of supporting both her and her child. Reviews are done annually to determine continued eligibility. Child support is not mandatory. However, most divorced fathers pay child support anyway out of pride. Plus there are social pressures that keep the payments coming. In most Japanese companies, being perceived to be an irresponsible parent can become a fatal obstacle to promotion, for instance.

 

BTW, the US system is actually bonkers when you think about it. By putting the father in jail, you both sever his source of income and make sure he'll have trouble getting a decent-paying job later on. The penalty actually compounds the parent's inability to provide child support.hurting the child in the process.

That's an interesting way of doing it. I'm sure the standard cliche in comic books is not representative of reality, but it always seems strange when they show things like this. Though thinking about it, there could be plenty of reasons why the mother wouldn't go after the guy even if she could legally force him to pay.

I never said the US system made sense, I was just comparing them. Whether it's fair or not, threatening to jail someone is an incredibly effective way of compelling them to pay - if they do have the money and are just refusing. But jailing people for not being able to pay is like cutting off someone's foot as punishment for running too slow.

Japan has a ward system that functions as welfare for orphans and children of broken families. A child who follows their mother after a divorce gets automatically registered and becomes eligible to receive a state allowance until such time as the state considers the mother capable of supporting both her and her child. Reviews are done annually to determine continued eligibility. Child support is not mandatory. However, most divorced fathers pay child support anyway out of pride. Plus there are social pressures that keep the payments coming. In most Japanese companies, being perceived to be an irresponsible parent can become a fatal obstacle to promotion, for instance.

BTW, the US system is actually bonkers when you think about it. By putting the father in jail, you both sever his source of income and make sure he'll have trouble getting a decent-paying job later on. The penalty actually compounds the parent's inability to provide child support.hurting the child in the process.

that's why sex only for fun purposes and marriage is for love only. hell it's funny seeing a couples of gay married and adopted a straight children and have him learn to be like the parents. I actually laughing when I heard the child got labeled as gay automatically in his school and fail to make male friends.

Aaaawwwww!!!!  So cute this chapter.

This title is making less and less sense. I guess it's metaphorical, but in 9 the girl never ran away from anything. She faced her problems and dealt with them directly and methodically. Maybe it's her mom who ran away? Also, what the fuck is up with child support in Japan? In the US, if you leave your family and don't pay support for your kids, you get put in jail.

 

Japan has a ward system that functions as welfare for orphans and children of broken families. A child who follows their mother after a divorce gets automatically registered and becomes eligible to receive a state allowance until such time as the state considers the mother capable of supporting both her and her child. Reviews are done annually to determine continued eligibility. Child support is not mandatory. However, most divorced fathers pay child support anyway out of pride. Plus there are social pressures that keep the payments coming. In most Japanese companies, being perceived to be an irresponsible parent can become a fatal obstacle to promotion, for instance.

 

BTW, the US system is actually bonkers when you think about it. By putting the father in jail, you both sever his source of income and make sure he'll have trouble getting a decent-paying job later on. The penalty actually compounds the parent's inability to provide child support.hurting the child in the process.

This title is making less and less sense. I guess it's metaphorical, but in 9 the girl never ran away from anything. She faced her problems and dealt with them directly and methodically. Maybe it's her mom who ran away? Also, what the fuck is up with child support in Japan? In the US, if you leave your family and don't pay support for your kids, you get put in jail.


Gender politics in Japan are incredibly fucked up.

This title is making less and less sense. I guess it's metaphorical, but in 9 the girl never ran away from anything. She faced her problems and dealt with them directly and methodically. Maybe it's her mom who ran away? Also, what the fuck is up with child support in Japan? In the US, if you leave your family and don't pay support for your kids, you get put in jail.

The character sketch of the mom in ch.8 is good; poor lass.

Her husband needs to be giving her a good solid ravishing much more often, make her feel like a desirable woman.

I know this is random but Niina really looks like the mother from Boku dake ga inai machi (Erased). If she chooses to have children of her own later on, I have a feeling she will be a good mother. Like Sachiko, she will be the type who is caring but doesn't take any nonsense. 

Woah, those events came a bit out of left-field.

Hope ch. 6 girl can find proper love. :) Thanks for the scans muge! With any luck someone will pick this up again soon.

i can somehow relate to chapter 6, as a late bloomer

The magical land of Japan, where everybody is gay or has a fat fetish.

I'm not bitter.

Thought I'd make a note here, due to lack of further material (raws and translations), this series is now on hold/dropped.
Translator's anon, so I can't exactly get in contact, and there aren't raws for vol.2 out.

To any other scanlators: if there's interest, do pick this up, it's a great little series about family relationships.

 

EDIT: we're back.

http://mugeca.com/musumenoiede

Janky website with the chapter title song links.

Enjoy? It's not really mobile friendly since I forgot how I'm supposed to do that, whoops.

 

Chapter 6 in one/two weeks.

thank u! 

http://mugeca.com/musumenoiede

Janky website with the chapter title song links.

Enjoy? It's not really mobile friendly since I forgot how I'm supposed to do that, whoops.

 

Chapter 6 in one/two weeks.

gotta learn something new everyday

Whoa... this manga needs to be read in close sequence. I literally forgot who the MC was supposed to be in ch. 3 and got really confused in ch. 4 when I realized Mayu was dark-haired. 

The "theme song" for Chapter 4, since I can't link things on the notes page.

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tH9hacFyW5o

Stuff about the differently-weighted aside, this is pretty good.

"Fat Men and the Women who Love Them"

there are girl who likes fatso?

 

oh please god dont give me false hope

They are real, but very rare, the counterpart (men like  chubby girls) also exist but also very rare, maybe even rarer mmm...


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