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Chouchou Volume 3: Mental Illness Girls Love Anthology


Alt Names: alt 病み百合オリジナルアンソロジー Chouchou Vol.3alt Yami Yuri Orijinaru Ansorojii Chouchou Vol.3
Author: Happyyellowrabbit & Harukawa Haru
Artist: Happyyellowrabbit & Harukawa Haru
Genres: Shoujo Ai Shoujo AiYuri Yuri
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Ongoing
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Ch.1: Pink Strawberry
The Zärtlichkeit du Yuri bronx819 A week ago
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5 Comments

Reminds me of Fumi Manjoume and Aoi Hana. True Fumi got dumped when her cousin married, but she was being used, too.

I expected Happy Sugar Life and instead got a generic bi-bitch stringing along a high schooler into an affair, which she participates in because she's lonely.

I think mental illness is much more likely to cause self-destructive behavior, unhealthy relationships, and loneliness than murder sprees.

In the words of one of our translators and proofreaders, TotalBodyWorkout:

 

This story is like, definitely with an element of tragedy to it, but much gentler of a story overall than i was expecting from a “mental illness girls love anthology.”
It’s a really nice story.
Normally i think cheating in relationships is extremely wrong, but when it comes to a married woman in Japan dating women because she’s secretly a lesbian, I think that’s a little bit different. Not that her husband’s feelings might not be sad, but because there’s still the strong remnant of compulsory heterosexuality and socioeconomic discrimination against women who do not marry men in Japanese society.
So a lot of the women who frequented, say, lesbian bars in japan in the 1980s and 1990s and probably afterwards as well, were involved in sham marriages for their own survival and assimilation into society but went behind their husband’s back to love other women.
Sort of like Ryoko does in this story.
This has been today’s installment of “Vivian’s infodump.” Thank you, faithful reader.

I expected Happy Sugar Life and instead got a generic bi-bitch stringing along a high schooler into an affair, which she participates in because she's lonely.

Ah well. That was a let down. The older girl is horrible. I'm sad for Seri-chan. I kinda hoped that the older one was back in town after her divorce because "it didn't work out with a man".

 

There's an inherent sadness in that ending. We don't get to see Seri's face, but I don't think she's happy. Just very lonely.


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