Swords flash, heroes die and the fires of war, and passion, ignite! A war fought in shadows, between the forces of the Shogunate’s armed enforcers, the Shinsengumi, and the vampire-like Ronin warriors known as the Rasetsu or Furies.
And trapped in the middle is a young woman disguised as a man.
As Harada, Shinpachi, and Saito try to fight their way out of Koufu, Chizuru stands guard over Kondou.
Meanwhile, Hijikata faces the greatest test of all and must now balance his humanity against a need for blood.
After reincarnating, he now possesses a system where he can increase his own stats! This system even has a gamebreaking ability to save and load in real life!
The second chapter begins as Chizuru continues the search for her father while the Shinsengumi combat the dangerous beings lurking in Kyoto’s shadows.
Material classified as yaoi typically depicts gay relationships between male characters and may include homoerotic content.
Oh, this is gonna be a pretty long post, too ~(・ω・)~ This can also apply to friends and that one cousin in the family. Now, you’re probably wondering: “Man, what is a Fujoshi? ” “Why does my significant other sometimes laugh like a pervert?
Male counterpart is known as Fudanshi, though, being a Fudanshi does not indicate that you are gay; you can enjoy reading yaoi manga and be straight. It’s simply explicit male on male action in the form of anime and manga, and it can also apply for shippings, or for memes…
Yes, there is a more appropriate alternative of yaoi, which is Shounen Ai.
On this post, I will be covering on the following topics: So, what is a Fujoshi?
A Fujoshi is a female (Fudanshi for males) who’s hobbies consists of watching anime and reading manga, but takes a special interest in otome/dating sim games and BL (boys love), also known as yaoi.