My Wife Is the Student Council President!

Alt title: Okusama ga Seito Kaichou!

TV (12 eps x 8 min)
3.322 out of 5 from 6,447 votes
Rank #9,923
My Wife Is the Student Council President!

High school freshman Hayato Izumi lost the campaign for student council president to Ui Wakana, a girl who shocked the entire student body by promising "will remove all restrictions on campus romance" and gave away free condoms. Later that day Wakana the president-elect brought her belongings to Izumi's residence and claimed herself his betrothed fiancée.

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Studio Seven’s 2015 short episode titillating erotic comedy is certainly not wholesome family entertainment but is enjoyable enough. Unsurprisingly it started life in 2007 as a hentai manga which lasted only a single tankoubon volume before it upped its game to enjoy serialisation in Comic Rex between 2011 and 2018. The hentai hallmarks are all there but it stops shy of full nudity and coitus. Episodes are just eight minutes long and the story concerns Student Council President Ui Wakana and her Vice-President Hayato Izumi. Hayato is not too happy that Ui beat him to the President’s role in student elections by promising an agenda of “free love” in the school. This flies in the face of the school guidelines enforced by Rin Misumi, head of the disciplinary committee. The scene is set for some fireworks. Imagine Hayato’s surprise when Ui turns up at his door claiming to be his wife-to-be. Apparently, they knew each other as children and their parents agreed to an arranged marriage years ago. Hayato had forgotten all about it but Ui was always in love with him and wants to make the promise a reality (as do their parents). He is somewhat more reluctant and, despite her moving in with him, he works initially to eject her from his life. Of course, the audience all knows where this is going. Ui works hard to seduce the poor boy and he is not exactly an unwilling participant despite his initial hesitancy. Things are complicated in their relationship by the fact that they are trying to hide their growing intimacy from Rin and the disciplinary committee. To make matter worse Rin is conflicted by her growing feelings for Hayato leading to farcical situations. On his part, Hayato’s fascination with Rin’s huge breasts leads to conflict with his supposed-bride-to-be. The show is hilarious and very sexy. It is all so ecchi and oppai-to-the-max and beyond. Do not start watching this show with anyone you would not be embarrassed to watch porn with. Its coverage of the female breast, kissing, fondling, sex toys, male & female arousal, bodily fluids, and so on is full-on. It leads little or nothing to the imagination. The show misses no opportunity to show panty/bra shots and to depict the outcomes of close sexual intimacy between boys and girls. Hayato ends up with quite the harem as girls seem unable to not get caught in embarrassing situations with him. His “accidental” exposure to the female crotch area is a wonder to behold. The show is shameless and crazy as hell. The audience need only strap itself in and enjoy the ride. “My Wife Is the Student Council President!” is the anime show that goes places few others are brave enough to tread. It delivers its sexuality with careless panache. An erotic delight.


Okusama ga Seito Kaichou! has a terrible writing, and is a terrible show. This should be stated outright. There's flimsy excuses for nudity and sexual content, and really, all else is thrown out by the wayside. That being said, it has great writing and is a great show, because it's basically all flimsy excuses for nudity and sexual content. My main issues with the subject of sexuality in anime are simple: the characters, whatever their excuse, waffle about and do nothing. They aren't actual teens who despite whatever moralistic lessons taught to them are curious and want to explore the subject. It cripples a show when the loser at school has a harem of beautiful, intelligent, quirky girls throwing themselves at him and he does his best to avoid everything about that. Sure, it's cheap drama making the protagonist indecisive, but it's an insult to the intelligence of everyone involved. Here we don't get that. Sure, they skip right towards the fumbling exploration, and how it often preceeds any real emotional attachment... which can then develop into something deeper. Ironically enough, Okusama ga Seito Kaichou! has more realistic characters than most. And that's in a show that starts out with a girl telling a guy that they're married. Directly bypassing the "will they get together" issue and going right on to the fumbling exploration, marred by morality and expectations, ends up as a triumph in my book. Still, don't let this make you think that there's anything deeper than that in the show. There isn't. That's about all that's interesting here, along with loads of sexual content (yet no actual sex). There are still the contrived misunderstandings that plague the genre. The humor is pretty good though. Okusama ga Seito Kaichou! is lacking in depth and content. But hey, at least they didn't ignore the existence of nipples. Writing (story and characters): Okusama ga Seito Kaichou! has bad writing. And by that, it focuses on one single issue, and while it executes that well, everything else is completely unmemorable. And that single issue could have been explored better, which is a minus. But still it dares tread in places where most shows keep things off screen or keep it for the off screen of an epilogue that will never happen. And technically, it isn't bad. The story is utter garbage from a few perspectives. The premise is silly, yet luckily it gets glossed over with a "just roll with it" attitude that works. It's more a bunch of endless setups than something with an actual plot, and not funny nor shocking enough for that to be a selling point. Still, as far as excuses for the protagonists to fumble around, it is serviceable. Obviously, the point is that the writing is character driven. And the characters aren't that great. They are not explored much beyond their sexual fumblings. Still, that fumbling and a few other moments come off as earnest, which is a huge victory as that is the entire point of the show. Yet even in the little time allotted to the character development, I've seen it handled far better. You can guess what Okusama ga Seito Kaichou! is about, and know most of what the show does by now. Without any spoilers, you could more or less imagine it. And yet, it has one point which is way outside the norm for anime, and doesn't show sexuality as an aesthetic with emotions a sidenote at best, nor as something to be hidden and ignored. It isn't a masterpiece, hell, it isn't good, but it's honest. It doesn't end at a specific point, but that's fine - it isn't like the writing isn't going somewhere that it hasn't already explored. Artwork (animation and sound): Artwork has a purpose, and that's to give the writing some life. And it does that here, pretty damn well even. It isn't going to achieve status as a footnote in the artistic history of anime, but it's actually pretty good. There are issues, of course. But for the goals it needed to achieve, mission accomplished. Nipples exist in Okusama ga Seito Kaichou!. Yeah, one of my greatest pet peeves is the lack of nipples in animation, so this is an immediate point. On the other hand, we have the standard hentai girl grouping, giving us all different bust sizes, heights, hair colors, and builds necessary to give us variety... which is completely unimaginative yet surprisingly fun in the context where the protagonist has already decided on which girl he's with. The color palette is nice and modern, the backgrounds are rather well done, and overall, the visuals are good. Not great, but above average overall. I have no issues with the audio. Actually, the music is rather decent overall, and the voice acting is pretty good. There's nothing to wow you, but it manages to add a vivacious feel to the show, which is a good thing. It isn't that much above average or anything, but it never tries to be. So yeah, I think Okusama ga Seito Kaichou! has good art. It makes the fumblings of the protagonist and his girl (wife?) actually have more depth than the writing should allow them to have, by allowing the characters to emote well. It's not spectacular, but the artwork does its job well, and allows the show to shine as what it wanted to be. Overall: Okusama ga Seito Kaichou! is a surprisingly good show, and by that, I mean it isn't as terrible as I thought it would be. I enjoyed it, despite objectively knowing that it isn't all that good. Also, when the point is fan service, then the fan service doesn't have to be forced... and while at certain points it is anyways, it doesn't have to be. So hey, a mixed bag, but if this sounds like something you'd like, then it's highly recommended.

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