LGBT-Friendly Genre

Because some of the best stories come from uncharted waters.

1) Cheerful Amnesia (Oku Tamamushi)

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Ever heard of idiot couples? Well this is an extremely idiotic couple, and we start the story with one them waking up from amnesia – so they get to fall in love all over again. Chaotic horny lesbian energy overflowing.

2) Whispering You A Love Song (Takeshima Eku)

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Himari confesses her love to Yori, despite not fully understanding what love or romantic feelings actually mean. I guess love is a struggle when you’re a teenager, especially if your first love is a girl like you.

3) Love Me For What I Am (Konayama Kata)

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An earnest, heartfelt story about a transgender person struggling with their identity. Mogumo is biologically male but identifies as neither male nor female. They were invited to work at a cross-dressing maid cafe, where they find kindred spirits and companionship to make sense of herself and how to cope with whatever challenges that may come.

4) Prunus Girl (Matsumoto Tomoki)

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The most popular girl in school is actually a boy! Our hero somehow gets closer to him (of course) and shenanigans soon follow. A lovely fun read!

5) My Brother’s Husband (Tagame Gengorou)

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Our story starts with a single dad and his young daughter getting a visit from his twin brother’s husband. His brother had only recently passed away in Canada, and his white husband came to Japan to remember the love of his life.

A beautiful, painful story about grief, mourning and discrimination. An award-winning masterpiece.

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