Yuma and Hotaru have been friends since childhood. It is only natural that when Yuma is nervous about her new boyfriend, she asks Hotaru and her boyfriend along for a double date. But when Hotaru offers herself to Yuma as “practice”, both girls realize that they’re more interested in each other than they are in their own boyfriends. With boyfriends in the foreground but a secret, passionate tryst in the background, will Yuma and Hotaru try to forget what happened between them or have they fallen into a trap of true love and betrayal?
Source: Seven Seas
Not sure who wrote the synopsis but it goes more like this.Girl 1 asks Girl 2 for double date, they go together, instead of being love-dovey with their boyfriends, G2 molests G1, they decide to go to the toilet together where it just gets more intense. And this same scenario of sub-rape follows probably the whole season (dropped at ep1)First of all, I think I speak for most of us yuri lovers when I say that we like the innocence in the act. Even cutesy one-sided kiss on the cheek is a balm on the heart. But this shit is straight up police material.Not to mention that it's supposed to be at least a bit about the boyfriends as well... but what I saw was nothing else than 2 background trees sitting and singing in a karaoke room.Son, I am kind of dissapoint. Why I picked it up was because it looked like Sakura Trick with the addition of XY chromosomes but nope, it's just sexual harrasment behind 2 trees.
If you can put aside your morals and look past the cheating and abuse this anime really isnt as bad as everyone makes it out to be and to be honest, i really enjoyed it. the op for this anime is probably its biggest saving grace and the part that i like the most, again, its not a good anime but its more of a guilty pleasure animes, the ones that may not be morally correct yet still get you addicted. the story premise is with hotaru and yuma, cheating on their boyfriends with each other and with a lot of backstories and different point of views of the other characters the bad things of this anime aren't actually that bad. the animation is quite pretty except for at some points it can seem a little lack and in need of improvement. it had a bit of a lame ending but hey a lame ending is better than no ending altho i still wish fujiwara got hit by a bus anyways, if you like yuri and dont mind lack of plot/morally incorrect themes i think you should give this anime a go
this is a brief review about netsuzou trap and my impressions about it. maybe spoilers? not directly at least. first of all, it was surprisingly good. I wasn't expecting much given that most reviews I read about it were clear about their dislike. I can see where its coming from. there's abuse in this anime, as well as cheating and mature themes. there are extremely manipulative and rapey characters. hotaru goes well beyond abiding to consent and abuses yuma. and I'm not condoning all the immoral things as I say this; but there's a certain kind of allure to this anime. its a guilty pleasure of some sort. and just so you know, yes I'm sapphic myself as well. I feel like the makers of the series got yuma's feelings toward wlw attraction right, or at least it felt believable. and hotaru: she had clearly suffered in her own right, making her the way she is. she has levels to her character. I have to acknowledge her faults and wrongdoings, but otherwise there was something I really liked about her. the animation was enjoyable, the soundtrack felt sometimes a bit repetitive but it wasn't necessarily bad. the short episodes left little room for any extensive backstory, but I suppose everything we needed to know was sufficiently provided. the plot advanced well but not too fast as sometimes is the case with short episode animes. should you watch this anime? it's really up to you to choose whether to make the decision. this anime obviously divides peoples opinions so you could draw your own conclusions. maybe I was lenient with this reviews, but as I said, my expectations weren't high.
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