Magikano and Amaenaideyo have very similar connection between them with the male lead having unleashed powers within him. There is of course an element of sexuality as the boys need to awaken their powers in some very interesting ways.
Fifteen-year-old Yamada has just entered high school and is gung ho about achieving her ultimate goal: to have one hundred sex partners! There’s just one problem: she’s a virgin, and she hasn’t even had a boyfriend! To get the ball rolling, Yamada decides to target a shy boy named Takashi from her school; but even though he is also a virgin and she ruthlessly aggressive with her feminine ways, it’s not as easy as Yamada hopes. Though they begin to have feelings for each other, will Yamada and Takashi ever get past first base?
The main character in each series reacts very poorly to supernatural things (spirits & youkai in Tokyo Innocent and magic & witches in Magikano), yet is perpetually surrounded by these mystical things. Both protagonists are surrounded by friends with mystical abilities, who do their best to shield the protagist from it, even going so far as to conceal from the protagonist the fact that anything unnatural has happened.
Honoka Takamiya is a typical teenager - he does his classwork and admires the school idol, Ayaka, who sits next to him in class. But the boy's life changes forever when one day, a piece of the school falls on top of him and he's saved by Ayaka due to... her magical powers?! For Ayaka is a witch, and deeming Honoka to be 'her princess', she is determined to keep the boy safe from harm. Now Honoka must try to stay alive while countless other witches target him, learn more about Ayaka and her craft, and still try to maintain his school life in the process!
Witch Craft Works also features an ordinary guy male lead who finds himself surrounded by witches one day (not to mention one of them is his brocon imouto). The thing is Witch Craft Works seems to be much better than Magikano.