Otakus Complain About Non-Virgin Heroines In New Mangas! In Japan, when it is discovered that an idol has a boyfriend, this idol ends up being ”disapproved”, and in many cases forced to retire, see this case here.
Nowadays, we have many romantic stories where the heroine is not a virgin, and this is something that is not pleasing to some Japanese otakus, there are those who prefer the heroine of the story to be pure, but there are also those who don’t care much for that.
Otaku complain about too many non-virgin heroines in new animes
Starting with ”Our Dating Story: The Experienced You and The Inexperienced Me”, the story revolves around Ryuuto Kashima, a gloomy high school student, and Runa Shirakawa, a school idol who has a lot of experience with boys.
We also have ‘‘When I Said, ”I Want a Beautiful and Rich Girlfriend”, a Girl with Circumstances Shown Up”, it is a teen romantic comedy where Shino Iori, a virgin university student, gets engaged to Tendou Tsukasa, a woman experienced with men.
Meguro-san Hajimete ja Nai revolves around Makoto Koga, a high school student who decides to confess to Saki Meguro. She tells him that she is no longer a virgin and tries to offer “adult” favors to her new boyfriend considering her past experiences.
And we also have ”Dare demo Dakeru Kimi ga Suki”, which tells the story of a “cheerful” schoolgirl who has sex with any man who asks her, and a virgin boy who ends up falling in love with her shortly after seeing she doing with a student from another class.
An anime of the current season where the “heroine” is also not a virgin is in Oshi no Ko, where Ai, an idol, becomes pregnant at the age of 16!
Despite not being a manga or an anime, there is the Heroine of Labyrinth of Galleria which is a game that recently came out on Steam, and she also appears not to be a virgin because of a certain thing she says during the game.
Now let’s see the reactions of Japanese otakus who complained about non-Virgin Heroines in new animes, mangas etc?
”No thanks, I don’t want second-hand girls”
”Interesting that now these works are being publicized”
”It’s not the first time I’ve heard these complaints”
”So the voice actress has to be a virgin too?”
”Anime and manga show pretty girls as not virgins. But when you go into the real world, the non-virgins are the ugly women”
”It’s interesting that the protagonist of Oshi no Ko wasn’t a virgin either, do you know if anyone commented on that?”
”Virgin boys act ridiculous, but a romcom can only work if it has a virgin heroine”
”The protagonists used are somehow less interesting”
”I believe that the increase in non-virgin characters is due to the decrease in sexual activity among young people in Japan. It’s like the government is intervening somehow”
”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”
”It seems that isekai users tend to have that kind of mentality. Since many slaves leave, they expect everyone to be a virgin”
”The first woman I dated at age 21 had dated ten other men before. There was a big difference which in the end she cannot tolerate. We broke up after a short time”
”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”
Here it is! Some otaku who don’t like non-virgin heroines in anime, manga etc.
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