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Being with an older lover is hot on just so many levels... Seiji-kun is a novice manga artist. He's also completely addicted to the body of the incredibly beautiful Sono-san, despite the fact that Sono-san is a guy. Is this love? Along with the title story, one that paints a tale of youth and emotion, this volume is filled to the brim with stories of overwhelming density, including "Not Just When it's Convenient" and "Let's Go Home." A total of six stories in all.
• Onegai dakara, Kiss (w)o Shite (Please, Kiss Me)
• Otona no Tsugou ja Naikute (Non-Adult Situations)
• Gaki wa Sunao ja nee (Indirect Youth)
• Aiganbutsu wa Oheya no Naka (Trophies Belong in the Bedroom)
• Ouchi e Kaerou (Come Home)
センシティブ・ポルノグラフ 幸福花園 Aiganbutsu wa Oheya no Naka Ouchi e Kaerou Come Home Gaki wa Sunao ja nee Indirect Youth Non-Adult Situations Onegai dakara, Kiss wo Shite Otona no Tsugou ja Naikute Please, Kiss Me Senshitibu Porunogurafu Trophies Belong in the Bedroom
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Kiss me: I like this one the most. It is funny and cute, nothing deep or dramatic, but enjoyable. The mangaka said this was her old drawing style, that means she doesn't use this style anymore... That's kinda sad, the style has a shounen-ish feel so I really like it, I even thought it'd be great if the story could turn to be a shounen... (so odd, reading yaoi and yet want it to be a shounen, sth must be wrong in my head...)
Adult Issues: I like Shima. His story and POV sadden me. Stories about time and memory always sadden me. For this one only I'd like it to not have a happy ending. An open, sad ending'd be more touching and memorable.
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A forced happy ending just made the story seem shallow. Why does the seme suddenly like the uke? Cause he can't have sex with woman anymore? Aww, poor him?
Come home: Terrible. I'm ok with plotless yaoi, but when the manga does have a plot, and especially when it relates marriage and kid issue, I want the manga to took it seriously.
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Put aside the saint-like seme, but your wife's just died ten days ago, can you at least wait for some more days before have sex with your ex-lover?? Or if you hate your wife that much you could even careless that she died indirectly because of you, why not divorced already instead of putting up and let her abuse you for almost ten years??? Are you still a man? Even woman is not that stupid nowaday!!
Others: Average? I don't really remember much about those now. One thing though, I like the uke type of this author. They are all quiet, calm and have a lonely, sexy feeling about them. Kinda poetic, my type, haha...
7 for my "shounen manga", I will not rate the rest (it could be so low I'd feel bad /__= )
... Last updated on November 11th, 2013, 6:20pm
That was really, really boring. There's not enough story to make the plot interesting, and there's not enough smut to make it worth reading for that. The art style is kinda nice, but that alone isn't good enough to make it worth reading.
So, i may be a little biased having seen the OVA production before reading the manga, but even so, i enjoyed the manga for itself. The short stories within are very cute, nice romanctic moments and some very hot smut. Its not amazing though - and some of the stories lean towards the clichéd image of yaoi. But the art is excellent, the stories are enjoyable and the characters (some anyway) are memorable.
I'm sort of horrified that this has such a low rating. I absolutely love this. When I want some more graphic stuff with sweet plots and characters I always turn to this! I definitely recommend reading this.
I always loved this BL manga. In general, Ashika Sakura (Sakurako Gokurakuin) is an amazing artist. The way she writes romantic dialogue is absolutely gorgeous (is that saying too much?) and her art is unique and adorable (if not androgynous). If I had to say any of the couples in this book I liked the best, it would be Sono Hanasaki's and Seiji Yamada's love affair. It is probably the MOST realistic protrayal of a young person's inexpierience with true love (or just life in general).
The sex scenes are great! They are explicit enough for the fujoshi (yaoi fan-girls), but the book has MEANING! Its powerful. Unlike most typical adult-rated yaoi like Level-C for example, it has an abundance of heart-throbbing emotion. The way Seiji is SOOOO infatuated with Hanasaki Sono is absolutely priceless, and to an extent, its even believable.
Sakura-sensei's art in this manga is sometimes a bit "rocky" and in some parts, her characters look a bit amateurishly drawn, but other than that, I highly recommend Sensitive Pornograph. It may not be as racy as her manga, The Exploration of Adulthood, but its a light-hearted romantic comedy with some dark twists at the end.
... Last updated on April 7th, 2011, 10:19am
Cute. Just to cute. There were a couple parts where I was laughing so hard I chocked on my juice.
Hilarious when the author's describimg Come Home at the end of the book. "I think the whole families a bunch of idiots".
To be honest though, I don't think anyone draws better little kids than Yuki Kamatani.
... Last updated on December 12th, 2010, 11:46pm
I haven't read the manga, if there was one. But I watched the anime, two episodes in one time. This was my first yaoi anime so when it goes into the scene where Seiji thrusts into Sono, uh, yeah, it was a little bit too much for my eyes.
It was Nice!
Watching the anime of this manga was what started my reading of various manga series. X3 Since I'm an amateur at this, I'll have to give it a 10 because I absolutely loved it~ The situations...well most of them are easy to understand and sink in and the dialogue was awesome~ Sono and Seiji were my favorite out of all the characters actually! ^^ They just seem to be so in love. Not saying that the other characters in the series are bad....I just happen to like them better. X3 Over all, this is a good book to read~ Some hawt smex in it too! My favorite so far. ^_^
... Last updated on June 26th, 2009, 9:26pm
Missing Something, but I'd Order It Again!
Sensitive Pornograph: I liked the gentle realization of what being truly loved means to each of the two main characters. Amidst all that (hot!) smut, there actually is a plot of self and joint discovery.
Kiss Me: This one is hilarious. With lines like 'Meguro's brain is broken,' spoken by his friends, how can you not love this puppy dog devoted boy of the hard-ass, ice-cold object of his frothing devotion? Although he is a strong boy himself, he never hits his love back because it's like trying to love a 'wild animal.' A very surface story, though. The mangaka doesn't go into details about Mizuho's angry personality or what happens to their relationship.
Adult Issues Shima breaks my heart! He comes to Tetsu because he felt that through Tetsu and his childhood love/crush, he discovered that he was gay, which lead him down the path his life has taken and ultimate scorn and humiliation of his home town. An interesting choice was made for the posing of Shima when he asks a serious and philosophical, soul-deep question of Tetsu: His back was to the reader, and the artist choose to draw a close up of his hand on the wall. It really worked well for dramatic impact.
[i]Be More Honest[/]: Sakura-sensei's artwork is very distinct: Her characters have large, dark eyes and very egg-shaped head with skinny or 'swimmer's phsyque' toned bodies. Occasionally, I found her characters dislike-ably baby faced for the description and role they played. This story, was one of the occasions. The uke is 5 years older than the bottled up seme. It didn't distract from the -mostly- wonderful words of the story. It was quite a serious story line. Which leads me to what DID distract me from my enjoyment and divert it down the path to land of disappointment. I didn't like the ending of this one. It was unbalanced with the serious nature of the beginning and middle.
House of the Little White Rabbit: "You don't have to do anything for me." That is the key scene, in my opinion. When the little Rabbit realizes that someone, even someone that allows himself to be swept along with the motion of the water and doesn't fight against the current, actually is concerned about his happiness and well being is the crux of his decisions. Again, the ending steps into the field of disappointment. There was too much unresolved tension and guilt that would have resulted from the pet sitter's experience. And the story around the Bunny's servitude was too serious and exciting to be so dismissed so easily.
Come Home: This one held the most intriguing dynamics! I've never seen a story quite like this one before. Husband abuse! Oh my! I liked it probably the best.
Overall, there is too much story for too little surface. The types of human behaviour and topics that are being skimmed on here are ones that i'd like more details for. I think this mangaka short changes herself. She could do a thorough examination of the human psyche of pain and pleasure, domination and submission.
Her artwork is a little too 'soft' and 'flowing' for a slot into 'favourite' in my brain, but I still do like it.
... Last updated on December 27th, 2008, 5:51pm
I love Sakura Ashika's drawing style and characters. This is beautifuly made. I enjoyed about 90% of what i read, especially "Adult Issues" and the main story. This is one of the best yaoi mangas i've read.