The Erotic Way Of The Manga Artist: Studying Yaoi With My Body

Alt title: Fudanshi Mangadou: BL wa Karada de Manabe!?

Vol: 3
2014 - 2017
3.752 out of 5 from 39 votes
Rank #15,477
The Erotic Way Of The Manga Artist: Studying Yaoi With My Body

Through physical gay sex I'm trained in the ways of yaoi manga! The secret to becoming a popular, male yaoi-author is... to experience the joys of sex between two men personally! Jun Tachibana is a manga author who finds himself forced to create a series in a yaoi magazine. Completely at a loss, Tachibana defiantly complains to his brute of an editor, Akiyoshi. "There's no way sex between two men can feel good!" Tachibana's in for it now, as a Akiyoshi's eyes flash. "...How about I convince you otherwise? With your body, of course."

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Rexxoo
7

Overall, so far, I really enjoy reading this. The only problems are that it's a little... rapey. Akiyoshi never really listens when Tachibana says no, even if Tachibana is aroused, that isn't consent. I really like their dynamic but I think there wouldn't be much differenc if you didn't include all the noncon and manipulation. Seriously, Akiyoshi is so manipulative, I often have to take a break of reading because of how intense and manipulative it is. I know Akiyoshi only wants to help Tachibana write better and get inspiration, but he's playing with his head so much that often throughout the story Tachibana is questioning what's real. First, Akiyoshi manipulates him into falling in love with him with psychology of abandoning him at his weakest point of trying to figure his head out, then, Akiyoshi makes Tachibana think Akiyoshi doesn't really love him and Tachibana has a whole mental breakdown about how worthless and inadequate he feels. I know Akiyoshi had felt unrequited love before, but Tachibana wasn't manipulating him to feel worthless. I also dislike the things Akiyoshi says, like when he says "If you really love me, you'll do what I say," making Tachibana feel like he had to do whatever Akiyoshi says or Akiyoshi won't feel loved. This story is unique, I love how experimental the smut is and how much different kinks the author includes, and I like how the author didn't make the story so stereotypical. Yet, it's obvious the author doesn't understand how toxic the relationship has become, how desperate and worthless Tachibana feels when a relationship should be about mutual respect and communication. Sorry for ranting, it's good if you can handle all the noncon and manipulation, but please remember this isn't a healthy relationship and isn't something you should want in a partnership. 

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