Light novel titles are getting out of hand, and now they’re leaking into porn. How is a person expected to carry on a conversation about this sort of thing? Eventually Japan is going to run out of short cutesy abbreviation names for these things.
This manga has a crucial backstory, but luckily there’s a very condensed video available that explains the whole thing.
These men… they straight don’t exist. No names. No fingerprints. You could find yourself in trouble if you run into them and you’re an illegal alien. They’re going to have violent sex with you and force you to do things… horrible things.
But enough about the pre-production of Wild, Wild West, let’s talk about a doujinshi.
I decided to tackle the entirely common and completely uncontroversial subject of transgenderism. Good thing I’m a faceless, entirely unknown internet nobody or else this sort of thing could really get me yelled at.
Ah well, hopefully this is a good, neutral overview of some things along with some opinions of my own that are almost too reasonable.
So we’ll do something similar to an ero artist spotlight here. Really we’re covering a specific artist, but more a particular fetish or trope.
Gesugao is a particular expression. Essentially, the woman looks at you like she’s somewhere between crazy, murderous, and disgusted. I mean, I guess a guy could do it too, but why would we bother thinking about that sort of thing?
Gesu itself means low-life, so you’re being looked at as though you’re a low-life or trash or sleazy. BUT AGAIN! That still doesn’t quite cover it entirely. Anyway, let’s take a look at some of the artists who create delicious gesugao art.