Japanese Otakus Complain About Too Many Non-Virgin Heroines in New Mangas

Japanese Otakus Express Disapproval of Non-Virgin Heroines in New Manga! In Japan. In modern romantic stories, there are many heroines who are not portrayed as virgins, which has garnered disapproval from some Japanese otakus. While some prefer the heroine of the story to be pure, others are indifferent to this aspect.

Japanese Otakus Complain About Too Many Non-Virgin Heroines in New Mangas

First We Got Our Dating Story: The Experienced You and The Inexperienced Me. The Story Ryuuto Kashima is a gloomy high school student. Because of a punishment game, he was forced to confess to Runa Shirakawa, a girl from the top of school caste and admired by everyone. They ended up going out for the unexpected reason of “Err, I’m free now so…” but, Ryuuto ends up following and eavesdropping Runa getting confessed by a handsome soccer club member, and Runa bringing Ryuuto, whom she just started dating, to her own room as a matter of course. They have different friends and ways to have fun, different in just about everything. And yet, surprised by their differences everyday, accepting it, they begin to relate with each other. A love story that will make you feel wonderful when you read it, starts now! The Anime of this Manga has Already been Announced. Read Here: You Were Experienced, I Wasn’t, And This is How We Started Dating Anime 1st Trailer, Cast Reveals for 2023.

Japanese Otakus Complain About Too Many Non-Virgin Heroines in New Mangas
Our Dating Story: The Experienced You and The Inexperienced Me

In the 2nd Place we got When I Said, “I Want a Beautiful and Rich Girlfriend,” a Girl with Circumstances Showed Up. The Story “Just being beautiful is not love.” This is a slightly mature adolescent romantic comedy questioning the meaning of falling in love! Shino Iori (virgin), a college student in Fukuoka, becomes engaged to Tendou Tsukasa, a well-known celebrity on campus, because of an unintentional comment he made to his family. She is a beauty and rich—however, Iori is put off by his fiancĂ©e, who is rumored to “sleep with anyone” and Tsukasa is aggressively coming onto him… where will their future go!? This is the start of a ‘slightly mature’ romantic comedy of a breaking-off-engagement genre that questions the meaning of falling in love!!

Japanese Otakus Complain About Too Many Non-Virgin Heroines in New Mangas
When I Said, “I Want a Beautiful and Rich Girlfriend,” a Girl with Circumstances Showed Up

Also Meguro-san Hajimete ja Nai. The Story Gathering every ounce of courage he has, Makoto Koga, an introverted third-year high school student, decides to confess to his crush Saki Meguro—a popular second-year student considered the most beautiful girl at their school. Surprisingly, Saki accepts his confession, marking the start of Makoto’s first relationship. However, he also did not expect Saki to admit that she is not a virgin, having dated before Makoto. Despite the huge difference in their relationship experiences, Saki has had only a few romantic interactions. As a result of her previous boyfriends’ conduct, she immediately anticipates Makoto to ask her for sexual favors. Nevertheless, Makoto’s shy yet kind heart exposes Saki to new tender memories, ushering the couple into a genuine, heartwarming romance.

Japanese Otakus Complain About Too Many Non-Virgin Heroines in New Mangas
Meguro-san Hajimete ja Nai

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Lastly, we got Dare demo Dakeru Kimi ga Suki. The Story A slutty Gal who let everyone have s.x with her & a virgin high school boy falling in love with her after watching her have s.x with his classmate.

Japanese Otakus Complain About Too Many Non-Virgin Heroines in New Mangas
Dare demo Dakeru Kimi ga Suki

Because this Kind of Manga Going Around Japan. Most Otakus don’t like it Anymore. Some Even Said, The Mangas are Dying Day by Day.

People Reaction:

”Interesting that now these works are being publicized”

”So the voice actress has to be a virgin too?”

”I don’t know, it’s like when you find out your childhood friend is no longer a virgin. This kind of discomfort is felt”

”No thanks, I don’t want second-hand girls”

”Well, in the case of women, they have more experience because they have more opportunities to sleep with men. And so they feel proud of their experience with men, or even belittle themselves. Either way, they cease to be attractive to men. But remember, you are not an isekai protagonist, women will not come to you alone”

”Non-virgin girls must become the standard. Anime fans have a distorted view of reality”

Source: yaraon

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