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Yagate Kimi ni Naru


Alt Names: alt やがて君になるalt Bloom into Youalt Eventually, I Will Become Yoursalt Sonunda, Senin Olacağımalt YagaKimialt 最終我成為了妳
Author: Nakatani Nio
Artist: Nakatani Nio
Genres: Drama DramaRomance RomanceSchool Life School LifeSlice of Life Slice of LifeYuri Yuri
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Ongoing
Description: Koito Yuu who recently became a high school student was asked to help the student council, where she meets its seemingly flawless president Nanami Touko.

However, Touko is more fragile than she looks and ends up falling in love with Yuu, but the latter seems unable to reciprocate. Yet, she doesn't reject Touko's feelings and develops a strange relationship with her...
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Vol.4 Ch.18: The Day Star
4s eri9595 3 weeks ago
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Yo, enough about the complaining about this manga trying to "fix" aro aces. The manga has never said she was aro ace. For all we know, she could be a demisexual bisexual, or grey-ace.

For one I think that all these labels you use have nothing to do with this manga. It's literally about their relationship not about koito thinking how she wants to be labeled.

I'm not liking the sight of that alumnus guy.

Yes. Me too.

He better leave Touko alone!

I'm not liking the sight of that alumnus guy. Probably had involvement with the older sister and might do something to Pres for better or worse.

 

He is definitely going to try something, but his main role is probably to make Yuu jealous, so I wouldn't mind it as much (as long as he doesn't get too close).

I'm not liking the sight of that alumnus guy. Probably had involvement with the older sister and might do something to Pres for better or worse.

It is awesome the 4s went back and redid the early chapters that had translation errors that were causing a lot of confusion. There is even extra pages for the end of each chapter and some missing pages readded like chapter 3 page 91 that is missing in the original scans. Along with significant dialog changes.

In vol. 02 extras, they mention a PV. Is that a drama CD or something like that?

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JohoCyOiT1A

In vol. 02 extras, they mention a PV. Is that a drama CD or something like that?

Where can I find it?

Thought this was gonna be a cute fluffy manga. But, yo these girls have some issues.

The play itself sounds interesting, though the pace of this series is starting to get to me. The important aspect of this chapter was covered in about 3 pages... I'm eager to see the story move along.

 

"What even is this?"

"Let me explain"

"I didn't want to know."

 

Why the fuck bother, if you don't care. These terms are mostly used to explain it to folks like you anyway, not always for others to label themselves.

Sorry, I wasn't aware you'd never seen someone call out BS when they see it before, though to be honest I'm not sure how anything in my original post indicated anything more than mocking.

 

And my goodness, I can't say I know what it is you mean by "folks like me"!

That was a rhetorical question. I don't want to know.

 

"What even is this?"

"Let me explain"

"I didn't want to know."

 

Why the fuck bother, if you don't care. These terms are mostly used to explain it to folks like you anyway, not always for others to label themselves.

Decided to start reading this, get to chapter seven and I'm just sitting here going
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"....That's...that's pretty fucked up yo."

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=aro+ace

The first result explains.
I mean, I get it. But come on, it's not so hard to search and understand. Took me 10 seconds to know what those words mean.

That was a rhetorical question. I don't want to know.

I wonder how long Yuu will be able to deceive herself.


It's not that; she just had an expectation of romance from stories, and is just beginning to find out what it can really be like. That's part of the series title; she was expecting sudden fireworks, not something like a flower growing and blooming.

And, it can take a surprising amount of work.
 

...
 
This chapter was lewd and weird. I mean Yuu was changing, but I don't know... it's probably just me, but this felt quite abrupt and a little less in keeping with the story so far.


You and Yuu both. Life can come at you fast.
 

I don't understand why Touko says she doesn't want Yuu to love her back in chap 10 and 13... can anybody please explain it to me?


That's part of what she loves about Yuu, that she doesn't have the same expectations of her as everyone else.

I don't understand why Touko says she doesn't want Yuu to love her back in chap 10 and 13... can anybody please explain it to me?

...

 

This chapter was lewd and weird. I mean Yuu was changing, but I don't know... it's probably just me, but this felt quite abrupt and a little less in keeping with the story so far.

what the fuck are these words even

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=aro+ace

The first result explains.
I mean, I get it. But come on, it's not so hard to search and understand. Took me 10 seconds to know what those words mean.

I find reading this manga to be both enjoyable and upsetting at the same time. On the one hand, it *feels* like there are aromantic characters being portrayed as normal people, and the MC is one of them. On the other, I'm sure she'll be "fixed" by the end of this as it turned she just "needed to find the right person" in order to fall in love. It would be nice if in media in general there was aromantic and asexual representation.

 

As an aromantic person, seeing this kind of story sometimes feels rather like having a gay character who later turns out not to be gay after all, he just hadn't met the right girl yet. The moral of the story is that gay characters aren't real, they just need to meet that special someone to open their heart. It hurts being treated in media like we don't exist.

Ultimately I think aromantic people are going to be almost inevitably disappointed by what appear to be portrayals of them as the leads of romance stories.  Romance stories even transform robots into lovey-dovey romantics.  You can portray gays or SM lovers or asexuals or intersex people or almost anyone well in a romance story because those things are all compatible with the essential attribute of romance, but if you portray a true aromantic it's not a romance story any more.

There are lots of aromantic characters in fiction.  Action and suspense stories are littered with 'em.  Most are tacit, but some are pretty explicit--take Sherlock Holmes in most renderings.  But romance?  Not going to happen much, it's the nature of the beast.  It's like asking "Why does het porn never show two guys doing it?"

I wonder how long Yuu will be able to deceive herself. 

Apparently not much longer. It appears that she's realized the truth, or is about to. The next arc will be her inner debate about deceiving Touko. Yuu will want to tell Touko that she loves her, but she will be afraid that if she does, she will be rejected (with good reason, Touko doesn't want to be loved).

Then the interesting question of why Touko doesn't want to be loved will move to the fore. This of course will involve drama about her sister's death and her own sense of inferiority. Perhaps the issue is that she feels that others who claim to love her merely admire her facade, and that no one knows the real her. Perhaps she believes that she is worthless and does not deserve to be loved. I like this series. Even if the plot seems to be heading in a predictable direction, the themes explored are interesting, and the characters have complex internal states which they are not aware of, even as they partially reveal them through their behavior.

I wonder how long Yuu will be able to deceive herself. 

Yo, enough about the complaining about this manga trying to "fix" aro aces. The manga has never said she was aro ace. For all we know, she could be a demisexual bisexual, or grey-ace.

what the fuck are these words even

How come Yaoi and Yuri, espeically Yaoi, always have the most provocative titles. If there's a manga called "Stick it in me," its 1000% gonna be Yaoi. I suppose the entire draw of these type of works is mostly sexual so there's not really much else going on?

Don't comment without actually reading the manga. The hell. This manga has substance.

Yo, enough about the complaining about this manga trying to "fix" aro aces. The manga has never said she was aro ace. For all we know, she could be a demisexual bisexual, or grey-ace.

Chapter 16 is too lewd.

....

I like it.

I find reading this manga to be both enjoyable and upsetting at the same time. On the one hand, it *feels* like there are aromantic characters being portrayed as normal people, and the MC is one of them. On the other, I'm sure she'll be "fixed" by the end of this as it turned she just "needed to find the right person" in order to fall in love. It would be nice if in media in general there was aromantic and asexual representation.

 

As an aromantic person, seeing this kind of story sometimes feels rather like having a gay character who later turns out not to be gay after all, he just hadn't met the right girl yet. The moral of the story is that gay characters aren't real, they just need to meet that special someone to open their heart. It hurts being treated in media like we don't exist.

 

I'd say that media as a whole is slowly getting there. There are almost too many authors and screenwriters out there competing to get as close to people's hearts as possible, and I personally think it's great they're trying to cover all corners of society. 

 

And at the very least, if the story does turn out the way you think it would, there's always Maki and his sass on his spectator's chair.


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