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2:18 pm, Apr 17 2013
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Of Comedy Mature Romance School Life Shoujo Slice of Life, Mature jumps out as me as the odd one out. I was thinking about reading Sukitte Ii nayo but I don't really care for smut manga which is where mature romance shoujo usually ends up, or starts off.

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3:02 pm, Apr 17 2013
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It deals with subjects such as relationships, bullying, depression etc. But still even if its just those minor subjects it kinda a necessity for people who tend to act immaturely, but with that said I do agree with your statement.

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3:59 pm, Apr 17 2013
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The smut is really easy to skip, it is mainly mature because of the issues that the manga looks at. not because it is incredibly sexual. It is a really good read.

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3:44 pm, May 28 2013
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It's not really smut as much as "not appropriate for children", aka mature...
It really is for more mature readers than, lets say... 14. nothing extremely explicit, but younger readers are less likely to understand the innuendo or what exactly is going on.

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