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Boku no Kichiku Megane  
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1-3) Love Minority
Isuka Yoshihito, a high school infirmary sensei, fell in love with a student, Shiina Satoru. However, after Sensei confessed to Shiina-kun, things started to go wrong. The mild-mannered Shiina became totally different and their strange relationship began.

4) Evening Grew
A high school reunion brings back memories for Hayashi Akira when he sees his childhood friend Tsujitani Masato. While Masato was easy-going and popular, Akira was quiet and deep and his intense affections and jealousy for his friend led him to destructive actions that would haunt him for years...

5) That Future that is Unknown to Us
At junior high graduation Kazuki confessed to his friend Makoto, only to get shot down. They've managed to hang onto their friendship, even though they go to different high schools. But lately Kazuki's love-em-and-leave-em gay relationships are starting to bother Makoto.

6) Paradigm Shift
Love Minority extra.


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Average: 6.8 / 10.0 (194 votes)
Bayesian Average: 6.78 / 10.0
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dont like it   
Rating: N/A
by keyracunan
December 15th, 2011, 12:30am
Come on.
First, It's just annoying, the main character is adult, on top of that a Sensei/nurse for god sake, and he didn't even have any hesitation in confessing with blushy+teary face to a student?? He did it in a whim like a 14 years old would do?

Second, I dont oppose non-con sex in BL manga, but did the student even have enough reason/anger surge to rape the Sensei?? The non-con sex was badly forced, and the reason for that student to be angry (to the point that he raped the Sensei) was pathetically trivial.

Third, I wont deny that there are people who take sex lightly, to the point that they dont think much even after the sex have been forced on them,,,, there are people with sexual disorder as well. But in this manga it's so out of character. I mean, in one second he was like "I'm a virgin, wanting a love like in Shoujo manga, kiss should be done after going out blablabla" , the other second he was raped, and turned out he felt sorry for the rapist and made him love the rapist more?? ?_?
In my personal opinion, the whole story lack depth, no strong basic for everything, and all reasoning for plot to develop seems forced. I prefer total smut, smut doesn't need any plot to begin with. This story "looks like" it has plot, while actually it's not.
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Mixed Feelings   
Rating: 7.5 / 10.0
by MightyMaeve
February 24th, 2010, 8:01am
1-3, 6: Some clichés were turned on their heads (The sensei is older, taller and yet so obviously the uke.) Other clichés were disappointingly included (The ending was flat with its quick resolution.)

The essence of the story was deep: Both men pretend to be something they are not, while truly only wanting to be loved for who they are. The sensei is a romantic, starry eyed shoujo reading virgin type, yet all the school thinks he's an experienced player. The student is the selfless nice guy front, but inside he's really selfish and angry at being nice.

The one shot at the end does a lot to explain the student's psyche and behaviour throughout the main three chapters. It helped 'save' the initial ending at chapter 3, which seemed willy-nilly, "we're all good now".

The sensei's unexpected, deep devoted and kind, constant acceptance regardless of the student's 'face' was interesting human behaviour. I wonder if it is realistic though. Maybe I'm a cynic.

I felt there was a lack of emotional impact though. Not enough drama; or rather, the drama of the first two chapters didn't match the ending's drama. I think "Grave Sin" by Honjou Rie (in "Kagakushitsu e Douzo") did a phenomenal job for this type of "realization and guilt" type story. This one was only so-so.

4: A "possessive love" themed story. Where there be no verbal communication, there be angsty dub-con. LOL. I love this type of story. It really oversimplified the emotions though. But it was a fast, intense story, but not long-lasting.

5: This one held a theme of 'what is love?' The main character tries to figure out what exactly is love, if not wanting to see your friend smile. IT was quite touching, with the way that the unrequited love fellow just kept being his friend, even though it hurt him. A little more effort was put into this story with the characters' psychological development.

The art had a lot of expression in the eyes, even without being enormous. Most of the scenes were illustrated competently and anatomically balanced (for shoujo type manga). Occasionally, there was an awkward looking neck or posture, but overall it was smooth. The choice of frames and panels to tell the story was well done - I was never bored or thinking it leaped from place to place.

... Last updated on February 24th, 2010, 8:02am
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ummm..quite good   
Rating: 8.5 / 10.0
by Feliona
November 25th, 2009, 9:58pm
The art is quite ok.
I find that the oneshots are rather good
Especially the last two one shot
I agree that it's not the best I've ever read but it sure is worth to read : ]
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Boku no Kichiku Megane   
Rating: N/A
by Jennifer31
October 1st, 2009, 1:49am
I liked the art and the only thing i kind of wish there were more to the oneshot called that future that is unknown to us i actually liked that one and i liked the one called evening grew this manga is not the best thing i ever read but certainly not the worst i consider it worth a read

... Last updated on October 11th, 2010, 4:09am
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Rating: 4.0 / 10.0
by Akako
July 26th, 2009, 5:00am
I didn't like the art at all and the stories didn't compensate. I started reading this thinking it will be interesting and was very disappointed because both story and art appealed to me. I feel that I lost my time.
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Angst, Ahoy!   
Rating: 7.0 / 10.0
by voraciouszest
March 7th, 2009, 5:50am
Boku no Kichiku Megane was a little disappointing. The titular story of the series follows Isuka, the school's infirmary sensei, and Shiina, the overall goody-two-shoes class representative. Both men are not what they seem. After a heartfelt confession from Isuka, their twisted relationship begins. Following the main story are a few oneshots that follow a similar, angsty theme.
There were no big disappointments made by Midoriyama Youko, but there was an overall weak impression left by the manga. The storyline had a minor flaw, and that lay in the overuse of angst. If you're a fan of angst, all the more for you. However, for those of us who aren't, it can be quite frustrating to read.

In any case, not a bad series overall. Just weak in its impression. Of course, it is still worth a read, as always!

... Last updated on March 7th, 2009, 5:51am
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