Newly appointed to the student council as Vice President, Chiga is eager to begin his duties, especially beside the attractive and naive President Kokusai. As Kokusai is oblivious to others' advances and is too timid to speak up for himself when he’s groped on the train, Chiga decides to accompany him daily as a bodyguard. However, little did Chiga know that he’d begin to fall for his sempai...
Misaki Takahashi has little hope of getting into a university, so his older brother Takahiro's friend, Usami Akihiko, offers to tutor Misaki as a favor to Takahiro - for Usami is secretly in love with him. However, as time passes Misaki realizes that he has uncomfortable and budding feelings for Usami. Meanwhile, Hiroki is a man who can't get over an unrequited love with Usami in the past - and with the help of Nowaki, he may finally learn to love again. These couples and more experience the joys and sadness of love between men under the most unlikely conditions.
Junjou and Seitokaichou are two yaoi titles that exist for the sake of being yaoi, filled to the brim with steamy moments and little plot.
Junjou and Seitokaichou are two romantic stories exploring the deep and vastly different personalities of the characters, as they... Who am I kidding here. These two titles are yaoi for the sake of being yaoi. Pretty boys, blushing, fondling and graphic (though not hentai) scenes. Junjou is a bit more romantic, and Seitokaichou a little more 'out there', but if you liked one of these, give the other a shot as well!
For the past five years, Tetsuhiro has had an unrequited crush on his friend and co-worker Souichi. However, there's a problem – Souichi is a homophobe who is disgusted at the thought of two guys being together, especially since his younger brother eloped with another man! As time passes, the two spend more and more time together and Tetsuhiro's feelings grow stronger. Will he muster up enough courage to confess, and more importantly, can he change Souichi's mind about masculine love?
I think both of these anime are remarkably similar,i'm 1000% sure you'll like both.(But if you dont mind, I prefer not telling any details, because of the "content" of these two anime...
(and then again, 1000% sure!!)
They're both very good and exciting. If you liked one, you'll like the other most certainly. Koisuru Boukun might be a bit more aggressive though. I also recommend reading the Koi Suru Boukun manga, since the OVA only covers the first volume of the series. Very entertaining and touching.
There are those among us who descended from animals other than monkeys – Norio is one such person, but with a distinct difference: he was born from two normal parents. As such, Norio uncontrollably attracts everyone around him, including Kunimasa, another of his kind who has taken to training the boy. Along with Yonekuni, Kunimasa’s brother who despises all men; Shiro, the class president and secret admirer of Yonekuni; and other friends, Norio will attend high school and learn more about his heritage.
These two yaoi titles are everything you'd expect from a short yaoi OVA. Sexy boys, "embarrassing" moments and sexual insecurities, mixed in with a good amount of fondling, touching and stroking. Both titles are a bit 'out there', but if you liked one of these, definitely check out the other.