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Ikuta Aoi has a crush on a girl in his class and tries to confess to her, but in his nervousness accidentally insults her. To make matters worse, the whole embarrassing scene is witnessed by Shizu sensei, the handsomest and most popular teacher in school...who also happens to be the object of Aoi's crush's affections.

One thing leads to another, Aoi ends up speaking rudely to Shizu sensei, and from there on out finds himself being forced to run errands for him as penance...


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Sensei, I Really Hate You

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Average: 7.3 / 10.0 (52 votes)
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ihr Hertz (Taiyo Tosho)

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Hope to read better works from her   
Rating: 1.0 / 10.0
by Psychameleon
June 11th, 2017, 2:30pm
I love Hinako's art but unfortunately her plots tend to fall short. The whole story relies on the teacher harassing the student, making him do chores and asking him inappropriate questions and after all that the student suddenly falls in love with him. Tbh it felt more like he responded to his teenager hormones and lust rather than feelings. There was seriously not one redeeming quality to the teacher and they didn't know/learn anything about each other than "he's an annoying teacher" "he's a hormonal student".
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The outrage and the way that other assaulting student was dealt with was just funny at this point. Hypocrisy much? This is what's used to bring the main characters together?

I really hope she ventures into something else, because again, I love her art style.

By the way, it's useless to argue and bring out one's BL credentials, because trash like Koisuru Boukun, Katekyo, etc received high ratings from seasoned BL readers, so I don't find it surprising that this manga will also receive high ratings by these same readers while saying "hey this sh*tty trope is widespread, that means it's ok<3 pls don't criticize!!1".

... Last updated on June 11th, 2017, 6:43pm
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Quick fun read   
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
by Sakura_Hikizaki
June 6th, 2017, 5:43pm
I enjoyed really enjoyed this one. I personally adore Hinako sensei and this is another work of hers I had fun reading. This is just your typical BL story with nothing new or revolutionary but if you're looking for a quick fun read then I recommend this title. Especially if you enjoy Teacher x Student stories & Hinako's work in general. Also, the drama CD is well done and would recommend listening to it as well!

I don't now what one would expect when picking up a Teacher x Student story but you have to be prepared for actions that will be crossing the borders of morality, each story with varying degrees. To be honest I read stories like this a decade ago and even reading them today I don't now why there should be any difference or shift. Teacher x Student is a classic cliche that we will be seeing forever (no matter how it'll be re-imagined, written or drawn). Yes from an objective moral stand point what the seme does is illegal and immoral - BUT this is BL at the end of the day. While a story like this wouldn't be published or accepted in most Western countries - this is seen as a fairly normal plot in most manga/novels in Japan. This manga in particular was well received and going though reviews of Japanese readers the only real complaint or issue was that there wasn't much sex scenes.

2006 or 2016 - time period wouldn't make such a difference. A person in a position of power - using said position to attract or get with subordinate or someone in position that is lower (master x servant/teacher x student/boss x employee) is pretty typical classic plot line and I don't see that changing anytime soon.

Edit to respond to OmNom

You're free to yell about if you like, you're entitled to your opinion. These Teacher x Student plot lines are VERY common in BL whether you like it or not. How each one is handled is differs by manga ka. Well unfortunately that's something you're going to have to accept seeing, BL isn't immune to "rubbish"

I've read thousands of BL manga, more than most people as I read manga in Japanese mostly - there is no need for me to "widen my horizon" as I've read every kind of BL manga 100x over. This is just one manga in a drop of many with Teacher x Student plot lines... I doubt these type of stories will disappear :/

While you don't want to say your opinion is the most correct you're ready to say most people have shit taste? Okay there.

But whatever, you're free to think whatever you want :/

... Last updated on June 7th, 2017, 7:31am
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Borderline immoral   
Rating: 1.0 / 10.0
by OmNom
May 20th, 2017, 2:25pm
A manga like this could have been accepted as the norm in 2006, but its real year of release is actually 2016, when there's absolutely no possible excuse that can justify how ignorant and problematic it is, and I am not here for it at all.

I don't know what's worst, the repugnant power imbalance between the main characters, the dreadfully awful story full of cheesiness and clichés, the terribly written archetypes of characters completely void of any personality, or the very fact that this is a f*CKING TEACHER abusing authority to (sexually) harass an underaged student and grooming him into becoming infatuated with his own predator? Uhh, I don't know about you but that's the exact type of manipulation I've seen countless times in public-known abuse cases.

All of this horrendous stuff is thinly covered by a disguise so seemingly normal that is the art and the tone of the manga. It's like a shortened version of Katekyo! and all of its atrocious sexual abuse glorification under the pretence of BL all over again. Except that one was written a decade ago and should have been negatively received by now too.

Urgh, I'm so mad just thinking about the fact that the seme even had the audacity to place punishment on the other predator in this manga who's a student with no authority, even though this predator's 1-time offence is not even a fraction of the plethora of criminal actions the seme committed multiple times. Oh but the seme did it in the power of ~love~, therefore it's totally understandable and not creepy or morally wrong or punishable by law at all!


*edit in reponse to Sakura_Hikizaki:

Lol I call BS. Just because a negative trope is heavily overused doesn't mean that it should be normalised and accepted and that readers have to "prepare for" the atrocity that's coming up. It's a terrible trope, and if it doesn't get called out now then when will it?? Claiming that BL is normally full of sh*t like this and that I need to suck it up and live with it is so disrespectful and degrading to the genre. I refuse to see a genre I like littered with rubbish, and I will use every chance I have to speak out against what I deem wrong and unacceptable.

When I said that a manga like this would've been fine in 2006, I meant that there was too much sh*t similar to this back in the day, so much so that not many questions were raised and there wasn't much opposition to the trope. But I like to think that there has been progress made since then and awareness a decade later should've been higher.
I'm not saying that a teacher x student pairing is automatically wrong, it's how it's treated that I have gripes with. What you have here is a teacher roaming about, sexually harassing a teenager, manipulating him into submission, having the nerves to punishment another predator whose crime pale in comparison to his own, and succeeding all of that without any consequences in the end. There are dozens of ways to make a teacher x student relationship work in the moral sense; this is not one of them. If most manga with this type of dynamic that you've read turns out to be the same as this, you're clearly not exposed enough and should broaden what you read (because there are many titles I could think of that dealt with this issue much better) before making such ignorant comments as "this is seen as a fairly normal plot in most manga/novels in Japan".

Also, why are responses from Japanese readers taken as gospel here? I don't even take credible critics seriously most of the time, why should I care for the opinions of some measly BL readers, many of whom honestly have such sh*t taste that it's laughable? I have my own judgement over whether something is good or bad, and I will speak out my views as I see fit. I'm not saying that my preference is more correct than other people's, or that every viewpoint different from mine is wrong. Everyone is entitled to their opinion. But other people's opinions are also no more correct than mine, so just because there are some Japanese fans who like this manga, I'm under no inclination to do the same.

Speaking of, immorality is not the only reason I loathed this manga so much. Look at the second paragraph in my original comment, there's much to complain about. Even if the seme wasn't a teacher and a predator, he's still obnoxious as a character and so terribly conceived. Did the uke even have a personality at all, or is the sole purpose to his existence to be molested by and distressed over the seme? If you wanna talk about the story, what story? Did it really have a plot aside from another run-of-the-mil cliché? Take away the sexual predator issue, and all you have left is a bland, boring, unfunny and unromantic 'love story' that I'll gladly pass. Unless if that's your thing, of course, then go for it.

... Last updated on June 7th, 2017, 12:24am
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