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  1. The Search For Sex-Positive Hentai

    Harder than you might think.

    According to Porn MD, “hentai” is the fourth most searched porn term in the world - in other words, approximately everybody alive has seen anime characters grinding. That also means that I can say with a pretty decent amount of certainty that you, dear readers, have seen some. It’s alright, friends; you’re safe here.

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  2. Yurikuma Arashi Recap: “Bride-in-the-Box”

    And I thought Jack-in-the-boxes were creepy.

    should have mentioned this last week and forgot to do so, but while I’ve generally been pretty pleased with the Funimation translation, they made the somewhat unlucky decision to use “Kumalia” instead of “Kumaria” for クマリア (where the リ can be romanized as either “ri” or “li”).

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  3. Sailor Moon Newbie Recap: Episodes 51 & 52

    Moon Prism Power, Level Up!

    Doncha just love shoujo and their emotions-based power-ups? Who needs training and fighting and slowly gaining martial experience when you can just feel feelings SO HARD that you turn jewellery into legendary crystals and absolutely nothing into magic rods?

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  4. Yurikuma Arashi Recap—Episode 7: “The Girl That I Forgot”

    I may never be able to listen to “Teddy Bears’ Picnic” the same way again.

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  5. Sailor Moon Newbie Reviews: Episodes 49-50

    The pretty guardian in a keffiyeh appears!

    I’m on the road, sans my usual computer (and therefore my animated gif collection), and completely burned out from my week-long Utena watch-n-blog marathon, so today’s recaps are going to be an exercise in brevity. Fortunately it’s also an exercise is mostly-filler, so this should be doable.

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  6. Yurikuma Arashi Recap – Episode 6: “The Moon Girl and the Forest Girl”

    A picture book nestled in a memory nestled in a flashback nestled in an episode. Well. Things must be getting serious, then.

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  7. Sailor Moon Newbie Recap: Episodes 47 & 48

    R you ready for a new season?

    Well’p. The bad news is that everyone has amnesia. The good news is that Sailor Moon’s creative team looked at this whole Sailor Moon Reboot thing and went, “What? Spend a bunch of episodes having the girls slowly regain their memories and powers? PSSSH. Ain’t nobody got time for that! We have magic cats. We can fix this in, like, two episodes, TOPS.”

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  8. How Sailor Jupiter Inspired The Actress Who Now Voices Her For A Living

    Or, "The Importance of Filler Episodes."

    Forgive me, I’m usually kind of a goofball, but I’m going to get on my cheesy sentimental podium for a second, because I wanted to share with you one of my favorite Sailor Moon moments (from a filler episode no less) and why it affected me so much as a child.

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  9. Yurikuma Arashi Recap—Episode 5: “I Want to Have You All to Myself”

    Admiral Ackbar Approved!

    The following was originally posted on Dee Hogan’s blog The Josei Next Door and has been republished with permission. The Recap We begin eleven years ago, when young Kureha went with her mother and Ginko(!?) to the lily garden and took the photo that lives in Kureha’s music box. Well, we just hit the ground […]

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  10. The Top 5 Queer Voices in Anime and Manga

    You should probably go watch and read all of these immediately.

    Anime and manga hold a strange allure for teens. I was a total anime geek in high school, the kind that watched anime with friends at every hangout, stayed up late reading manga or sneakily catching bits of FLCL on Adult Swim, and attended anime conventions.

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