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Completely undeserving of the hate she gets.
She is completely undeserving of the hate some people insist she should get.
Some of these comments make me wonder if we're even talking about the same character at all. Like the anime makes her a bit more annoying since we don't get her thoughts spelled out the same way we do in the manga, but she's still understandable.
She's only sixteen and she's been burdened with something unimaginably heavy. Have any of you ever had someone you know on suicide watch? Trying to save someone from themselves isn't easy. You make it seem like it was all so simple, when even with the letter, of course she was going to struggle with what the right decision was. Especially because doing what the letter said meant things changed as she went along.
She tried her hardest to save someone she loved and that's why I love her. Also, erasing her marriage and child? That literally never happened. They didn't change the past that had already occurred, the choices they made created a parallel universe that branched out. The future selves who wrote the letters never got to see Kakeru again and they KNEW this.
Naho. Is. Not. Selfish.
She did not erase her marriage.
Or her child.
She did not do all of this just so she could get laid by her high school crush smh (lmao, you guys are gross)
This was a decision they ALL made TOGETHER to give Kakeru another chance at life.
I haven't finished the manga yet, but I think people are too hard on her and that she's really misunderstood- she lost someone dear to her to suicide and she's doing everything in her power to change that and save him. Reducing that to 'she just wants to get laid by her high school crush' is so ridiculously insensitive. Trying to go back in time and save him is literally... the most understandable thing she could have done given the circumstances. She's a teenage girl carrying an enormous weight and people are calling her stupid because there are times where she struggles with how to best handle it?
Mocking her for the bento box? Do people not realize how much the little gestures mean to someone struggling?
Can't she read? Uh... she didn't invite Kakeru that first day- everyone else did. And she was still reeling from the letter and trying to figure out if it was authentic, what was she supposed to do? Uninvite Kakeru?
As for Suwa and her child- honestly, that is a weird decision on the part of the author I guess, but the discussion on parallel universes and time travel and Naho's own thoughts make me think that she's not actually erasing her marriage with Suwa and her child from existence but that she's instead creating a parallel universe branching off where Kakeru was able to live. (I hope. Since I haven't finished. If he dies again, I'm going to cry.)
will never watch orange solely bc of this selfish bitch. she deserves more hate